You can bring in your video clips, photos, graphics, and audio files that you have stored on your computer or your external drive. You can also bring in media from your Creative Cloud, Dropbox, iCloud Drive, and Google Drive using the Media Browser in Premiere Rush.
If you are trying out Premiere Rush for the first time, you can bring in the sample media packaged with the application to create your first video.
A. Local B. Cloud C. Favorites D. Network E. Sort F. Filter G. Sync Option H. Copy Media Option
The left side panel includes the following main sections:
- Local: Media is saved on your local computer.
- Cloud: Media stored in the cloud such as in Creative Cloud, or iCloud.
- Network (only shown if more drives are mounted to the device): Media stored in network-mounted drives.
The right side displays your content.
You can use the filters on the lower left to filter and sort your media:
- Sort: You can sort media by name or date created.
- Filter: You can filter media by all media, videos only, audio only, or images only.
The Media Browser allows you to quickly and easily find the media you want to use in your Premiere Rush projects. You can preview the media in the media browser before bringing it into a project by clicking the expand preview button under each clip (on desktop) or long/force pressing a clip (on mobile). From there, you can also select a certain portion of that clip if you only need a short snippet of a longer video clip.
When you launch Premiere Rush and start a new project, select and import your media. You can import media on your computer or in the cloud (such as Creative Cloud or iCloud). If you are connected to an office network, you can also import media from a network location.
Premiere Rush marks all the clips in the order you select them and arranges them at the bottom of the screen in a storyboard. It allows you to preview how the media is going to be assembled in the timeline.
If you are not satisfied with the order of the assets, you can deselect them by clicking them. You can then select your assets again in the order in which you want them to appear.
When you add media, you can choose to add only a portion of the clip. For more information, see Add portion of clip to existing project.
Select Sync with Creative Cloud if you want your video project to be saved to the cloud so that you can access it across your mobile devices and desktop. All of your edits are synced to the cloud, so you always have the latest version of your project across your devices. Select Copy Media if you want to save a copy of the selected media on your device; it is useful if you are importing media from a detachable device.
To add media to your project while editing, click the + icon in the left toolbar, and then select Media. The Media Browser opens on the left of the application. Use the navigation buttons at the top to view folders and select your media. After you have selected all of your media, click Add.
Premiere Rush adds the media that you have selected into the sequence. They appear in the timeline where the playhead is positioned.
Premiere Rush supports several audio and video formats, making your editing workflows compatible with the latest file formats.
||Apple video compression format|
|DNxHD||Supported in native MXF and QuickTime wrappers|
|DNxHR||DNxHR LB, DNxHR SQ, DNxHR TR, DNxHR HQ, and DNxHR HQX
||Any media that uses H.264 encoding
||H.265 media with resolutions up to 8192x4320
|M2T||Sony HDV from Sony Handycams|
|M2TS||Blu-ray BDAV MPEG-2 Transport Stream, AVCHD (from Sony Handycams)
|M4V||MPEG-4 video file
|MP4||QuickTime Movie, XDCAM EX
|MTS||AVCHD (broadcast format but also used in Canon camcorders)
|MXF||Media eXchange Format. MXF is a container format that supports
||Audio Interchange File Format
||MPEG-4 audio (iTunes format)
|AAC||Advanced Audio Coding
|BMP, DIB, RLE
|GIF||Graphics Interchange Format
|JPEG||JPE, JPG, JFIF
|PNG||Portable Network Graphics
|PSD||Photoshop, flattened when it comes into Premiere Rush
|HEIF||High Efficiency Image File Format
|ARRI AMIRA camera
||Premiere Rush provides built-in support for the ARRI AMIRA camera, with appropriate color LUTs applied as master clips on import.
You can work natively with Canon XF and Canon RAW footage, including footage from Canon Cinema EOS C300 and C500 cameras.
Premiere Rush lets you import and edit QuickTime formats natively including Apple ProRes and MOV files that Canon 5D and 7D cameras capture.
|Panasonic AVC, P2 cameras||
You can import and edit media from the following cameras/camera codec formats:
You can import and edit media from the following cameras directly, without rewrapping or transcoding: