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Adobe Premiere Rush

Course Description

2.38 Hours

16 Videos

Adobe Premiere Rush is a video editing software that is meant to create videos quickly and with ease. Although, it is more simplified than the related Adobe Premiere Pro, it is a very robust program that can do powerful high-quality editing. A key advantage to Rush is the ease of use and the relatively minimal amount of learning curve to master it for the average computer-savvy user. Another distinct advantage is the ability to share your video projects directly to your social media channels from the program.

Adobe Premiere Rush simplifies many of the tools and menus to allow quick editing and fast turnaround times. This is a key advantage to users who need to create a lot of content and to do it regularly. Adobe Premiere Rush also allows you to edit on your computer or mobile device and even go back and forth between the two. This is the perfect tool for anyone with a diverse workflow and who creates a multitude of social media content.

In this course you will learning the following:

  • Layout and Tools of Adobe Premiere Rush
  • Common Video Capture Techniques and Resolution
  • Importing and Editing Video and Audio
  • How to Apply Color Effects, Transitions and Titles
  • Creating Animated Titles and Graphics
  • Exporting Videos at a High Quality
  • Posting to Various Social Media Channels at Once

The course is intended for people who need to create video projects quickly and at a high quality, as well as users who need to create video content for social media channels that look professional and creative professionals that need an editing platform which syncs with mobile devices and desktop computers.

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Course Syllabus

Adobe Premiere Rush: Module 1

  1. Instructor Intro
  2. Course Intro
  3. How Does Rush Differ
  4. Starting a New Project
  5. Video Resolution and Creating Content
  6. Finding and Importing Content
  7. Timeline Controls
  8. Importing Audio

Adobe Premiere Rush: Module 2

  1. Gernal Editing
  2. Advanced Editing
  3. Color Grading
  4. Adding Titles
  5. Principles of Typography in Video
  6. Fixing Audio
  7. Video and Audio Transitions
  8. Exporting Finished Projects

Adobe Premiere Rush

Adobe Premiere Rush is a relative newcomer to the video editing world. Released as Adobe Premiere Rush in 2018, it was previously known as an unreleased program called Project Rush. Adobe has aimed this new cross-platform editing software at YouTubers aiming to up their game, or for those that want to generate content quickly without the extra frills that professional video editing softwares offer.

Adobe Premiere Rush is the free mobile and desktop video editing app for creativity on the go. Wherever you are, from your phone to your computer, you can shoot, edit and share high-quality videos. Fun, intuitive and as fast as social media, it’s the easiest way to star in your followers’ feeds.

The basic timeline clip edit tools are located bottom-right, which seems odd considering the rest of the editing tools are situated on the right of the window. Either way, from here you can add media to the timeline, split, duplicate and delete clips. You can also control each video and audio track by clicking the Control tracks button which opens a small window to the left side of the timeline with controls for locking, muting, or hiding specific tracks.

The Color tool initially gives access to preset filters, which is ideal for those that want to stylise quickly. However, there’s a little more advanced colour editing under the ‘Edit’ column with ability to change exposure, contrast, colour temperature, as well as fading, sharpening, and vignettes. This is welcomed for regular users that understand the processing method and want to make bespoke changes to their work – especially for content creators that are cultivating a style and want to homogenise their videos.

As well as adding music and effects, you can record voiceover directly into Premiere Rush. There’s a useful selection of audio adjustments you can make: both manual and auto volume levels, noise and echo reduction, and speech enhancement (which raises or lowers the pitch). Though not as in depth as you’d get on desktop software like Premiere Pro, these are intuitive and easy, not at all as fiddly as audio editing can become.

However, in the Audio tool in the editing panel on the right you can make a few audio adjustments including volume, muting, and automatic volume and ducking adjustment. We’d like to see at least a simple manual editing tool for the audio here, similar to what we find in the Color’s ‘Edit’ column. For example, a basic compressor, parametric equaliser, and noise gate would be simple enough to include on sliders and useful for those that know a little about audio production to make some specific tweaks themselves.

The motion effects are quite limited in Premiere Rush. Pan and Zoom was added in the August 2020 update, but it’s not customisable – you don’t even have the choice of whether to zoom in or out. Plus, it’s only available for still images and not video clips. Hopefully, the feature will be expanded in future updates.

The basic timeline clip edit tools are located bottom-right, which seems odd considering the rest of the editing tools are situated on the right of the window. Either way, from here you can add media to the timeline, split, duplicate and delete clips. You can also control each video and audio track by clicking the Control tracks button which opens a small window to the left side of the timeline with controls for locking, muting, or hiding specific tracks.

In the edit section of Premiere Rush, (on the right side of the window) you can add titles by either choosing from the pre-installed templates, searching Adobe Stock for more, or by installing your own. It’s simple to use via the drag-and-drop feature, and can be edited quickly by double-clicking on the title in the monitor panel. The edit panel of the titles tool is now pulled up to adjust font, size, colour and other options.

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