Adobe today launched Premiere Rush CC to the masses, bringing pieces of Premiere Pro, Audition, and After Effects into one cross-platform video-editing suite. Initially, Premiere Rush CC is available on desktop and iOS devices, while Rush for Android is planned to launch in 2019.
Premiere Rush CC began life earlier this year as "Project Rush." The suite's goal is to make it easy to edit videos no matter what device you're using. That includes the ability to pick up where you left off, as Rush will automatically sync what you're working on to the cloud. If you start editing on your desktop and need to hit the road, for example, you can continue your project on your phone.
As for features, Premiere Rush CC combines a number of different editing tools you'd find in other Adobe apps, in one package. A simplified editing workflow, motion graphics templates, AI-powered audio auto-ducking, and more are available here. The app also supports automatic optimization for social media content, along with one-click publishing to platforms like YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and Behance.
Adobe also laid out what it has planned for the future as well. In addition to future Android support, Premiere Rush CC is also slated to pick up speed controls, performance improvements, and additional ways to make publishing videos to multiple platforms easier.
Premiere Rush CC is priced starting at $9.99 per month for individuals and is available across different Adobe Creative Cloud plans. There's also a Premiere Rush CC Starter Plan, which makes the app available for free with the ability to create an unlimited number of projects and export up to three projects.
This comes alongside a slew of other announcements Adobe made today at its Max 2018 conference, including Photoshop CC for iPad, AI enhancements across its Creative Cloud apps, and a new version of Acrobat DC.
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