If you’re ready to graduate from iMovie and dip your toes in the video-editing world, newest app by Adobe is tailor-made for upping your YouTube game. Premiere Rush CC is available today on desktop and iOS, with Android support coming later in 2019.
Adobe says the app is “designed specifically for online video creators”, and exporting options optimized for every social platform including Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Vimeo.
Earlier this summer, Adobe shared that they were working on a new tool called Project Rush. Today they announced the launch of this cross-device video editing software on their blog, with a slight update to the name.
About Adobe Premiere Rush CC:
The California-based software giant also launched Premiere Rush CC, an all-in-one video editing application that is much simpler than Premier Pro but is targeted to meet the needs of budding YouTubers and influencers.
Premiere Rush combines capturing, intuitive editing, simplified color corrections, audio, motion graphics and one-click publishing to the popular social platforms. Rush CC also lets users add customizable Motion Graphics templates.
The application works across devices and is already available on both Adobe.com and on the iOS App Store. Adobe says that Rush will also be available for Android in 2019.
- Premiere Rush is a new cross-device, editing program that is powered by Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Audition
- Automatically optimizes your content with sharing presets for the different social media platforms you publish to
- Syncs everything to the cloud from phone to tablet to desktop
- Premiere Rush CC starts at $9.99 a month for individuals and $19.99 a month for teams.
Adobe Premiere Rush CC offers cloud sync and is available now on Windows, macOS, and iOS App Store. The app will be available on Android via Google Play sometime in 2019. The app’s starter plan is available for free and gives users access to all Premiere Rush CC features, use of desktop and mobile apps, the ability to create an unlimited number of projects, and export up to 3 projects for free.
Adobe Press Release:
Uploading video to a multitude of platforms in different sizes and orientations can be time consuming for creators. Adobe added in their press release:
“Premiere Rush is the first all-in-one, cross-device video editing app that makes creating and sharing online content easier than ever. This integrated desktop and mobile solution automatically syncs all of your projects and edits to the cloud — allowing you to work anywhere, on any device.” wrote Erin Norton Adobe’s senior product manager, in a blog post.
Rush also offers a neat one-click auto-duck audio mixing feature that automatically adjusts the volume of the background music during voice-overs. It’s powered by Adobe Sensei, an artificial intelligence framework that’s built into the Creative Cloud platform.
Premiere Rush files are also compatible with Premiere Pro, if you need to pick up where you left off and finish your project on a more powerful video-editing tool.
“We’ve heard how time-consuming it is to create versions of your videos that meet the requirements of the different social media platforms that you publish to, which is why we made sure that this functionality was included in the initial release of Premiere Rush. We’re continuing to work on ways to make this easier.”, Blog by Adobe.
Simplifying video creation and sharing on platforms including YouTube and Instagram is the aim of Adobe Premiere Rush CC, announced with a starter plan that is free… but has limitations.
Adobe hasn’t reveal all the minute details, but from what we make of a report by The Verge, the company is planning on accommodating keyboard shortcuts or gesture controls into the touch-optimized interface.
The single biggest change, however, is that you can now save .psd files in the cloud, which essentially turns Photoshop into something like Google Docs — you pick up right where you left, regardless of the device you’re opening the PSD file in.
Adobe hasn’t specified when exactly the full version of Photoshop CC will be available next year, but from what we hear, it will debut on the iPad first and will eventually hit other platforms like Android at a later date.
From desktop to mobile
Designed specifically for online video creators, Premiere Rush CC integrates capture, intuitive editing, simplified color, audio, and motion graphics with seamless publishing to leading social platforms like YouTube and Instagram, all together in one easy-to-use solution. With Premiere Rush CC, says Adobe, content creators do not have to be video, color or audio experts to publish professional-quality videos.
Adobe makes it easy to directly share your video to number of social destinations from within the app. You can share to:
- Facebook / Facebook Stories
- Instagram / Instagram Stories
Pricing, Storage & Availability:
There are a few ways you can access Premiere Rush, both free and paid. If you subscribe to Creative Cloud for all programs, you can download Premiere Rush here and fully use it.
If you aren’t a subscriber yet, Adobe has a few options for you:
- Subscribe for $9.99 a month as an individual
- Purchase Premiere Pro CC as a single app, Rush now comes with it
- Download Premiere Rush for free and use the full features with a limit of 3 project exports
- Premiere Rush is available on Adobe.com and from the iOS store right now.
The app comes with 100GB of free CC storage. Can up to 10TB via paid storage plans.
That’s relatively affordable if you regularly produce videos, but still makes Apple’s free iMovie a tempting offer. If you’d like to try Rush, Adobe offers a free starter plan that allows you to export three projects.
The iOS Photoshop app will arrive sometime in 2019. It can combine raster, vector and new dynamic brushes as well as compatible with Photoshop CC.
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