Learn how to navigate and use Adobe Premiere Rush - the general app interface, the Preview monitor, and the timeline.
Using Adobe Premiere Rush, you can arrange and edit clips to create and share great-looking videos.
You can edit your videos using all the editing elements that Premiere Rush provides within the Edit workspace. After you finish editing, you can share your videos using the Share workspace.
When you launch Premiere Rush, the Home screen gives you quick access to create a new project, view online Help and tutorials, and interact with the Premiere Rush YouTube community. It also gives you easy access to all of your projects.
The Premiere Rush Edit workspace is where you create your video, editing clips in the timeline and using the refinement tools. In this workspace, you can customize your video by adding text, transitions, audio, color presets, and more.
All of the screenshots have been taken on a Mac. However, the Premiere Rush interface on Windows and iPads is similar.
If you are using Premiere Rush on iOS or Android phones, see:
A. Home button B. Edit tab C. Share tab D. Titles button E. Transitions button F. Color button G. Audio button H. Transform button I. Control Tracks button J. Editing controls K. Project panel button L. Add Media button
A. Playhead Position B. Sequence Duration C. Player Controls D. View/Exit Full Screen E. Loop Playback F. More Options
You can change the orientation of your video and adjust your monitor display settings, using the following controls:
The Premiere Rush timeline consists of the playhead to view/scrub your timeline and multiple tracks where your media is arranged.
A. V1 track B. Playhead C. Video tracks (V2-V4) D. Audio tracks (A1-A3)
Tracks allow you to arrange your clips (videos, photos, graphics, and audio) with flexibility.
While editing a video, you can use multiple tracks primarily for situations like when you want to add music alongside your video or add a title that plays on top of your video.
The Premiere Rush timeline consists of one main V1 track. When you import video footage or still images, they are all by default arranged on this V1 track. If you import audio files, or add titles, they are placed in separate audio tracks on the timeline.
In Premiere Rush, you can have a maximum of seven tracks on the timeline: four video tracks and three audio-only tracks. Video tracks support video (with or without audio), images, and graphics. Audio-only tracks support audio-only clips like music and voiceover recordings.
Each track has controls on the left (when the Control tracks icon is clicked) that allow you to lock a track (to prevent inadvertent edits to it), mute the audio of a track, and show or hide a track.
The playhead is the blue vertical line that shows you where you are in your timeline when you are previewing your video. The playhead is an essential element to make sure that you are editing and viewing the correct part of your video.
When you click a clip in the timeline, the playhead jumps to that location so that you can preview that selected clip in the monitor as you make edits or watch your video.
The Premiere Rush Share workspace allows you to save your Premiere Rush project on your device or publish it on various social media channels, such as YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and Behance.
If you want, you can adjust the preset, resolution, frame rate, audio channels, and the video quality of your final video, but Premiere Rush will automatically choose the highest quality settings based on the media within your project. Lastly, you can preview your video before you export it. For more information, see Save, share, or export your video.