Adobe made Project Rush official today, by releasing it officially as Adobe Premiere Rush CC, the cross platform video editor specifically designed to interact with mobile devices and for online media sharing. But Desktop users can work on it as well, making this one of the most interesting video editors Adobe has put out.
Today, we’re thrilled to announce that Project Rush, a brand-new video app that we previewed earlier this summer, is available for immediate download with a new yet familiar name (drumroll, please)… welcome Premiere Rush CC to the Creative Cloud family! – Adobe Blog
Previewed over the summer as a brand new video app focusing on mobile video editing, Adobe Premiere Rush CC has the benefit of being able to interact with other apps in the Creative Cloud family, making it incredibly powerful, while keeping to it’s mobile centric footprint. Through the PRCC interface, users can edit on any device, and then sync that workflow to other platforms for adding of effects, audio sweetening, and motion graphics and text, and more. Then, it can sync back and share to social media with a simple one click publish.
- Adobe Premiere Rush CC is Adobe’s first all-in-one, cross-device online video editing app
- Rush includes the power of Adobe’s Pro Tools, including customizable Motion Graphics templates, color, and Adobe Sensei-powered Auto-Ducking, all powered by Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Audition, so you can capture video, edit, color-correct, record and clean up audio, customize animated titles, and publish to social media—all in one tool
- Rush projects are saved in the cloud so your changes are reflected across all your devices through automatic project syncing
- The Rush mobile app includes all the same features as the desktop version of Rush
- You can select media, trim them, and easily rearrange them in your project timeline
- Easily change your video’s orientation in portrait, square, or landscape with a click of a button
- Export and publish your videos directly to multiple social media platforms at once
Now that Adobe has released Premiere Rush CC for iOS and desktop, they are also hard at work to port the software to the Android platform, with plans to release it sometime next year. Additionally, they are also working on the next feature update, which will include speed ramping (spending up and slowing down videos), numerous performance tweaks, and streamllining publishing videos to multiple platforms directly from the Rush app interface.
Premiere Rush is available in two different plans. The first is the Premiere Rush CC Starter Plan, which gives users the app for free, unlocked and with all Rush features and toolsets to create and unlimited number of projects, but export only three. Then there’s the Premiere Rush CC subscription, which adds $9.99/month to individuals, $19.99/month to teams, and $29.99/month to enterprise customers. It’s a little confusing what benefit subscribing to Rush for $10 a month gives you, but I assume exporting an unlimited number of projects is chief among them.
Meanwhile, Premiere Rush CC is also included as part of Creative Cloud All Apps, Premiere Pro CC single app, the Student plan, and comes with 100 GB of CC storage. Additional storage options, up to 10 TB, are also available for purchase. Available now on both Adobe.com for macOS and Windows, and via the iOS App Store. The Android version will be available at the Google Play Store coming in 2019.
Learn more on the fundamentals of Adobe Premiere Rush here.