Adobe Project Rush Becomes Premiere Rush CC, Available for $10/Mo
Adobe Project Rush is no more because it's now Premiere Rush CC, the latest entry to Adobe's Creative Cloud suite of applications. The company debuted Project Rush at VidCon, where it was introduced as a simple but powerful video timeline editor that can be used on mobile and desktop devices. It offers the most useful features of Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Audition without the complexity. The app is targeted at today's online video creators, who need to upload polished work quickly to followers on multiple platforms.
Prior to this, the app was in limited beta with select testers. While it doesn't seem to have gained any new features since its announcement, Adobe has several upgrades planned for the near future. Premiere Rush is only available for iOS at the moment, but an Android version is coming next year. The programmers will soon add the ability to speed up and slow down videos, which Adobe says was the most-requested feature, and will improve performance while editing. The team will also make the process of uploading videos to multiple platforms easier.
Adobe is sticking with its subscription pricing plans for this release, so the least expensive option is the individual rate at $9.99 per month (or $19.99 per month for teams and $29.99 per month for enterprise customers). The app is now included in Creative Cloud All Apps, Premiere Pro CC single app, and Student plans. All paid plans include 100 GB of cloud storage. Those interested in trying it out can create an unlimited number of projects but only export three with the Starter plan.
Adobe Premiere Rush CC on multiple devices
Android device owners can now create video projects with Adobe Premiere Rush, the editing platform that launched on iOS in October 2018.
Using its AI engine—Sensei—Adobe makes unwanted objects in videos disappear as if by magic. A new storyboarding option should make editors more productive.
Look for animation, audio, and collaboration improvements when the next version of Adobe Creative Cloud debuts later this year.
Currently available in limited beta, Project Rush is aimed at YouTube creators who want pro results, simple controls, and the freedom to work on any device.
This tutorial demonstrates how to publish a single video to multiple social media and other websites from Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe Media Encoder.