As long as you don't manually log out of Clip, you should be able to continue using Clip for a period without Internet connectivity. I'm not positive how long that period is, but I think it's 24 hours.
Earlier versions of Clip had bugs that resulted in getting logged out. We fixed one such bug in Version 1.2 and another in 2.0 (which was released today).
Edited to add: To address your precise question, if you end up logged out without Wi-Fi, there's no way to get back in without logging in, which requires a network connection.
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I had the same error in an early build of PremiereClip.
In the air, it's bricked.
Here's how I've been able to edit outside of any WiFi service.
- Log in before you have loss of service (day of)
- Leave PremiereClip running (I've had it work okay even on quit, but don't sign out)
alt on tarmac:
- Use your phone as a hotspot. The login takes in under a minute, then hotspot off. PremiereClip runs fine off WiFi after
It's one of my top feature request too
Hopefully it's fixed by now. I did have the app open and was signed in before I lost connectivity, and unfortunately the wifi wasn't working on the plane. Once the app went sleep, the login screen came up when I woke it back up. No matter though, when I actually got the app working again I found I didn't have precise enough control to effectively select in points and out points for the soundbites anyway!
I'm sorry to hear that you had a frustrating experience, and thanks for your feedback on the login process and editing experience. We've definitely heard requests for more precise editing.
Out of curiosity, were you using Premiere Clip v. 2.0? If you are using 2.0 with the "Sync to Music" feature enabled, the in/out will snap to the nearest musical beat of your soundtrack, which would make editing to the clip's diegetic audio more challenging.