Adobe's Project Rush helps novices create professional videos on the go
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Adobe has announced the arrival of its new cross-platform video editing app codenamed Project Rush. Project Rush aims to bring the best features of Adobe's industry standard video editing tools such as Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Audition into one easy to use interface, which does not have a steep learning curve. Since Project Rush is cross-platform and all work is synced to the Cloud, users can start editing on the desktop and continue the same on the go on their phones and tablets.
The goal of Project Rush is to give access to quality video editing tools to YouTubers on the go who need to frequently keep feeding their channels with new content no matter where they are. Project Rush features built-in camera functionality that enables users to capture pro-quality video and get started with color grading, audio editing, motion graphics, and social media sharing — all without leaving the app. The app features many professionally designed templates to help one get started with editing while also giving users access to Adobe Stock — a huge repository of curated images, video, 3D, and template assets for creative projects.
Users can register here to be invited to try out Project Rush. Adobe has not yet announced the release date or eventual pricing but more details can be expected to be revealed during the Adobe Max conference in October.
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