After teasing the release of a new video-editing mobile app in June, today Adobe officially announces that Adobe Premiere Rush CC is available for download at the iOS App Store and on Adobe‘s website—with Android availability coming in 2019. The application is a massive step for Adobe as they cater to a content-savvy and post-heavy audience. Users can record, edit and share, all within the application—with bonuses like professional-level animations, sound-editing and clip-trimming.
We tested out the app earlier this month and were impressed with its simplicity. We recorded footage during a helicopter tour over New York City using the native iPhone camera app and with just a few clicks they were transferred into the Rush library and a new project was underway. Clips can be edited (trimmed, color-enhanced or sped-up), text and graphics can be added and, when it’s finished, your video can be shared to various social platforms and YouTube with one click. And Adobe’s Creative Cloud will automatically sync this project across all your other devices.
For on-the-go editing and a range of publishing options (which included preset dimensions for different platforms) Rush is the simplest tool we’ve seen yet. The emphasis here is to make whatever you’re recording polished enough to publish—edited, personalized and sized—within just minutes of shooting it.
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