Premiere Rush is an all-in-one video creation tool that you can use to capture, edit, and share professional-looking videos quickly on your social channels, such as YouTube or Facebook.
Move seamlessly across devices (mobile or desktop) and feel confident that you can pick up where you left off with automatic project syncing. With a consistent experience across desktop and mobile devices, the power of Premiere Rush is available wherever you go.
Premiere Rush is ideal for creating short videos (~20 minutes or less) that you can share online with your social media followers or friends. Create and share content with high-quality motion graphics, audio, and color for YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and more.
Premiere Rush has an intuitive and easy-to-use interface. You can easily start your video editing journey in Premiere Rush and wow your followers on social media.
To get started, launch the product, and go through the one-minute interactive tutorial that walks you through the basics of editing your first video. The tutorial covers all of the key steps and features in Premiere Rush that you need to create and share your video.
Shoot videos and images or photos right from within the app or bring in media stored on your device. You can then edit the clips in Premiere Rush, refine color and audio with easy-to-use controls, and add titles, audio, and transitions. When your video is ready, save or export your video or share it directly on various social channels, such as YouTube or Facebook.
Additional Help and tutorials are always available on Adobe Premiere Rush CC Learn & Support.
Understand the video editing workflow and editing capabilities of Premiere Rush to make your videos stand out.
You can capture footage using any phone, DSLR, or mirrorless camera and bring the footage into Premiere Rush. Premiere Rush automatically separates the scenes for you into clips.
You can also bring in audio files saved on your phone or use the Premiere Rush soundtracks that are available from within the product.
For more information on bringing footage into Premiere Rush and for information about supported file formats, see:
When using Premiere Rush on an iOS device (such as iPhone or iPad), you can use the capture experience built right into the product. This feature gives you access to more control if you need it and a seamless experience of bringing your captured media quickly into a project. You can then edit the video on your mobile device or switch over to Premiere Rush on your desktop. Projects sync seamlessly between desktop and mobile devices, so you always have access to your recent project edits across your devices, anywhere.
For more information on using the Premiere Rush iOS app, see Create and share videos using Adobe Premiere Rush CC on iOS.
You can edit and refine your videos in Premiere Rush in many ways. You have access to the same editing capabilities across your iOS and desktop devices.
After you have brought in your video clips, you can keep the good parts, cut out the slow or boring parts, shuffle scenes around, and add audio and animated titles or motion graphics.
After bringing your footage into your Premiere Rush project, you can view the clips in the timeline and make changes right there. You can add more clips, such as additional videos, images, graphics, or music. You can split clips, move them around, or trim them right in the timeline.
For more information, see Edit your video in the timeline.
Add transitions between clips to smoothly move from one clip to another. Generally, you use a simple cut to move from shot to shot, but you can also add transitions between shots by phasing out one and phasing in another.
Premiere Rush provides a few transitions that you can apply to your clips to enhance your video. For more information, see Add and edit transitions.
Easily add text overlays and animated motion graphics to your videos, and customize things like font, font style (bold/italic/underline), font size, and color. Easily edit text, and move, scale, and rotate title and graphic templates directly on the Preview monitor.
Take advantage of the professionally designed built-in Motion Graphics templates and access more customizable animated titles, lower-thirds, transitions, and graphics from Adobe Stock right from within the app.
For more information, see Create titles.
Import music and audio clips into your Premiere Rush projects. Or, you can record voiceovers directly into your timeline.
Premiere Rush also comes with 10 royalty-free soundtracks that you can import and use in your video.
For more information, see Add and refine audio.
Premiere Rush includes several color presets that you can easily apply to clips to give them a certain look and feel. Click a color preset to apply it to your selected clip, and if you like you can tweak the intensity of the preset.
You can also use additional editing tools to refine color further.
For more information, see Adjust a clip's color.
You can transform your clips in multiple ways. You can position your clips, change their height, width, or opacity, and crop or rotate video using Premiere Rush's transform controls.
You can also feather (smooth or blur the edges of your video) your clip. Feathering is a great technique to spotlight the middle of the video frame, and focus the viewer's attention to that point.
For more information, see Adjust transitions, color, and other media properties.
After you have completed creating your video, you can save it on your computer or directly share it on social media channels, such as YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, or Behance.
For more information, see Save, share, or export your video.
Premiere Rush is compatible with Premiere Pro. You can effortlessly open your Premiere Rush projects in Premiere Pro and take advantage of a greater variety of transitions and effects, more powerful color-correction and audio tools, multicamera editing, and a universe of third-party plug-ins.
For more information, see Open Premiere Rush projects in Premiere Pro.
Once a Premiere Rush project is opened in Premiere Pro, you cannot bring it back into Premiere Rush. This is because not all of the advanced editing controls in Premiere Pro are supported in Premiere Rush.