- Adobe Premiere Rush is a simplified version of Adobe Premiere Pro, one of the biggest names in video editing.
- The target demographic for Adobe Premiere Rush is YouTubers and other web content creators.
- Projects started in Premiere Rush can easily be transferred to Premiere Pro for more intensive editing.
If you work with video at all, you probably know all about Adobe Premiere Pro. Along with Final Cut Pro, Premiere Pro is one of the biggest and best video editing tools available. Today, Adobe is launching a new version of Premiere Pro called Adobe Premiere Rush, which is focused on YouTubers and other web content creators.
We first heard about Premiere Rush over the summer, when it was called Project Rush.
Adobe Premiere Rush takes the integral elements of Premiere Pro and simplifies them for a cross-platform experience. This means you can start projects using the Premiere Rush mobile app, and then continue work seamlessly on the Premiere Rush desktop program.
What’s more, if you’ve done all you can with a piece within Premiere Rush, it’s easy to then transfer that project to Premiere Pro to put on the final touches.
However, even if you don’t ever use Premiere Pro, the Rush variant will do pretty much everything you need. You can edit video, add transitions, add graphics and effects, add music, etc. At the end, you can directly export your finished product to various social media platforms, including YouTube (naturally).
Unfortunately, Adobe Premiere Rush is only available for iOS devices as of right now. Adobe says Android support is coming in 2019, although it didn’t give anything more specific than that.
Adobe Premiere Rush has its own subscription plan and is also included with a Creative Cloud subscription for Adobe Premiere Pro. Both pieces of software are available with the “All Apps” subscription, along with industry-defining programs like Photoshop, Lightroom, and After Effects. The monthly price for an individual for the Premiere Rush subscription is $9.99, while the Premiere Pro subscription is $20.99 per month. The “All Apps” subscription will set you back $52.99 per month.
There’s also a free Starter plan which gets you the Premiere Rush software along with three exports per month. If you need to create more than three videos every 30 days, you’ll have to cough up for one of the paid plans.
Read more about Adobe Premiere Rush at the link below!