Feature summary | Premiere Rush | April 2021 release

Learn about new features and enhancements in the April (1.5.58) release of Adobe Premiere Rush.

Available on Apple M1 devices

Premiere Rush on Apple M1 devices
Premiere Rush on Apple M1 devices

Premiere Rush now includes support for Apple M1 computers, including recently released models like MacBook Air M1, MacBook Pro M1, and MacMini M1.

On Apple M1 computers, Premiere Rush offers improved performance for playback and editing, and faster exports, compared with comparable Intel-based systems.

All common video and still image file formats are supported, providing a seamless transition from previous generation Mac computers. Project syncing works across devices, so users can continue to work with their projects on Apple Intel, Windows, iOS, Android, and new Apple M1 systems.

For information on all supported devices, see System requirements.

Support for new Android device

on Android

Premiere Rush is now available on Samsung Note 20/20+ Android phones.

For information on all supported devices, see System requirements.

Context menu to edit clips on the timeline

On iOS

You can now tap a video clip on the timeline to bring up the context menu to split, duplicate, or delete a clip. Tap a video clip with audio to separate the audio clip from the video. 

For more information, see Create and edit videos using Adobe Premiere Rush on iOS.

Changes to reset functionality

On Desktop, iOS, and Android

On desktop: Reset for Color now resets all color adjustments.

On iOS and Android: Reset for Color, Audio, and Transforms now resets all adjustments.

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