Adobe is trying out something new with the creative community by debuting Project Rush: an all-in-one video editing application taking parts from the company’s other editing core applications like Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Audition.
Thanks to the cloud, Project Rush will be able to sync across the multiple platforms that you use every day. Say you’re editing at home on your Windows or Mac device, but you need to run out to an appointment and while you’re waiting for your turn. With Project Rush, you’ll be able to pick up where you left off from on your mobile device to work on a few more edits such as adding in filters or titles (also knows as Motion Graphics template). Once you’re back home, you can once again continue to work on where you left off on your smartphone and even mess around with bigger edits than you could on your phone.
Project Rush is also adding in some functionality and features borrowed from Premiere Pro such as color correction. Sound quality from your footage is looked at by Audition while After Effects introduces Motion Graphics templates come in thanks to some animation. Once you’re done editing you can create a thumbnail and schedule a time when the video will post online from the same application.
Right now, Project Rush is in beta stage and the company is accepting applications to provide video editors or online content creators with access to this applications. You will have to fill out the form by providing your first and last name along with an email address and a recent video you shared whether it be from YouTube, Facebook, or elsewhere to be considered for the beta.
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