Select a clip in the Timeline.
Auto-reframe, adding transitions, and pan and zoom effects
- Adobe Premiere Rush User Guide
- What is Adobe Premiere Rush
- Adobe Premiere Rush system requirements
- What's new in Adobe Premiere Rush
- Release Notes | Adobe Premiere Rush
- Get to know the Adobe Premiere Rush interface
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- Adobe Premiere Rush | Common questions
- Tips and tricks
- How project syncing works in Adobe Premiere Rush
- Import footage
- Edit video
- Edit your video in the timeline
- Add and refine audio
- Change video color, size, and position
- Create titles
- Add transitions, pan and zoom effects and automatically reframe your clips
- Transform clip properties
- Change aspect ratio of your video
- Create a picture-in-picture effect
- Speed up or slow down video
- Use fonts from Adobe Fonts
- Duplicating projects and sequences
- Export video
- Premiere Rush on iOS and Android
- Adobe Premiere Rush on mobile | Common questions
- Create and edit videos using Adobe Premiere Rush on iOS
- Export video to social media channels
- Create and edit videos using Adobe Premiere Rush on Android
- Manage Adobe Premiere Rush subscriptions on iOS
- Manage Adobe Premiere Rush subscriptions on Android
- Manage Adobe Premiere Rush subscriptions on Samsung Galaxy Store
Resize clips quickly and easily for vertical and other aspect ratios
Auto Reframe makes adjusting the aspect ratios of your videos quick and simple. First the point of interest is identified, then it is tracked throughout the reframed video. While keeping the object/main action in the frame, the footage looks polished without requiring additional editing (which can take hours). This feature also gives users the flexibility to easily fine-tune if needed.
- Whether your clips were shot on a camera or phone and whether they are destined for Instagram or YouTube, they can now come together with just a few clicks.
- You can create projects easily with aspect ratios suited for different platforms, from clips of any shape and size.
- The most important part of your shot is kept in the frame
- It is ideal for clips with a lot of movement, like surfing, festivals, travel, or other high-action moments.
When you import your clips, Premiere Rush automatically detects their aspect ratios. If the video clips you’re using have different ratios, you no longer have to adjust them manually, one at a time. You can select the desired output aspect ratio for your video and apply Auto Reframe to all the clips.
Open the Effects panel and select Auto Reframe.
Toggle the button to turn on the Auto Reframe feature. Toggling the button shows the original clip and the edited clip.
To change the motion tracking, select one of the following drop down options: Slower, Default, Faster.
Select Adjust Frame. A Window opens with the selected clip. Drag to adjust the frame. When you are satisfied with the selection, click Apply.
The Auto reframe feature has been applied. To reset to default, click on the icon.
Add and edit transitions
You can add transitions between clips to smooth or blend the change from one video clip to another. You can choose one of the following transitions.
To add a transition to the start and end of a clip, select a clip in the timeline, and click any transition preset in the Transitions panel.
To add a transition to only one side of a clip, drag a transition from the Transitions panel and place it over the edge of the clip.
Adjust the duration of the transition by doing one of the following:
- Select the transition in the timeline. In the Transitions panel, drag the Duration slider to adjust the duration.
- Click the transition in the timeline to bring up orange handles around the transition. Drag the orange handles inward or outward to adjust the duration.
To delete a transition, select the transition in the timeline, and press Delete on the keyboard.
Pan and zoom
Add motion to static images in your video using Pan and zoom in the new Effects Panel. You can bring photos to life by animating them with motion so they smoothly combine with the rest of your clips.
When you import a still image, Premiere Rush automatically adds a Pan and Zoom effect to it. You can then edit the intensity, start, and end of the Pan and Zoom effect.
Import a still image into Premiere Rush.
Open the Effects panel and toggle Pan and Zoom on.
Click to open the section, you can now see the Start and End boxes appear on the clip in the Program Monitor.
To control the direction, focus, and scale of the effect, move and resize the Start and End boxes.
To quickly switch between the Start and End boxes, click the Go to Start or Go to End buttons in the Effects panel.
To increase the intensity of the Pan and zoom effect, increase the duration of the still image on the timeline.