To personalize your experience and improve our products, Beta apps send Adobe information about how you use them. Your regular app settings do not apply to Beta apps. For more information, see App usage information.
Public Beta is for users who would like to test builds and share feedback with the Adobe product teams. Beta participants want to engage with the development process, are willing to run separate builds of their applications, and understand they may encounter unforeseen issues due to unique system configurations.
The Adobe Premiere Rush mobile beta builds can be downloaded on the Google Play Store (Android) and Testflight (iOS).
- Adobe Premiere Rush Android Beta download link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.adobe.premiererush.videoeditor
- Adobe Premiere Rush iOS Beta download link: https://testflight.apple.com/join/nljDQojQ
To personalize your experience and improve our products, Adobe may collect the following information:
- System information, such as devices, operating system, amount of memory installed, and screen resolution
- Adobe product information, such as version number
- Information about your documents, such as number of pages, and unique document identifiers, (but not the content in your documents)
- Document usage information, such as how many times you open a document
- How you interact with the Adobe applications and how the Adobe applications interact with your content, including the features you use and the options you select
Your regular app settings do not apply to Beta apps. If you don't want to share Beta app usage information with Adobe, you should not download or install Beta apps.
Currently, the Beta builds have the following updated operating system requirements:
- Windows 10 or Windows Server; Version 1809 or later
- macOS 10.13 or later
The Beta system requirements are in addition to the existing system requirements of the release version of your applications. Learn more about the specific processor, graphics, storage, and memory requirements for these applications here:
- Adobe Media Encoder: https://helpx.adobe.com/media-encoder/system-requirements.html
- After Effects: https://helpx.adobe.com/after-effects/system-requirements.html
- Adobe Audition: https://helpx.adobe.com/audition/system-requirements.html
- Character Animator: https://helpx.adobe.com/adobe-character-animator/system-requirements.html
- Premiere Pro: https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/system-requirements.html
- Premiere Rush: https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-rush/system-requirements.html
Beta apps are available from the Creative Cloud desktop app. Sign in to Creative Cloud with your Adobe ID. Beta builds are listed separately from release versions of the application and can be found in the Beta apps section. Beta builds have a distinctive blue and white icon with (Beta) following the application name.
Select the Install or Update button to install the latest version of the Beta app. New Beta versions are released frequently, as often as daily.
A Beta build is installed in its own folder (for example, Adobe Character Animator (Beta)), separate from the release version of the app. This allows you to evaluate Beta builds without impacting work you are doing with release versions. Beta apps have separate preferences and default user documents folder that will not change the user settings in your existing installation.
The public Beta is updated frequently, sometimes even daily, with new builds that address bugs and add improvements. As soon as we have determined that a Beta-tested feature or fix is ready, it will be added to the next release version of the product. Updates to release versions of the applications happen approximately once per month.
The Beta builds are stable enough to work with but inherently less predictable than release versions. Using Beta builds allows you to test new builds and bug fixes and support product development with your feedback. For work on critical projects, we always recommend using the release versions of your Adobe applications.
Beta builds have their own preferences which will not impact the release versions of your applications. The following section describes other areas of potential impact from working with Beta builds:
- User documents (projects)
By default, the folder for documents (projects) created with the Beta build is separate from the one used for release versions of the app. For example, the Character Animator (Beta) version will create its projects in a “Character Animator (Beta)” folder. You can still open projects from the release version’s documents folder with Beta build.
We recommend creating copies of your projects and files before using them with the Beta builds.
- Plug-ins and extensions
In most cases, plug-ins and extensions used in a release build will work with the Beta build. If you experience issues, check with the plug-in or extension vendors regarding compatibility with Adobe Creative Cloud applications.
- Working with other apps
Dynamic Link works only between other Beta apps, not with release versions of apps.
For Photoshop and Illustrator files, the Edit Original command should work as-is with release versions of Photoshop or Illustrator.
- To report a bug:
From the drop-down list, choose Report a bug to submit an issue via the Beta community forum.
- To suggest a new feature:
From the drop-down list, choose Request a feature to submit an idea via UserVoice.
- To discuss the features in a Beta app:
From the drop-down list, choose Visit the community to be routed directly to the app-specific Beta community forum.