Adobe is developing a cross-device video editing software, which the company is calling “Project Rush.” When complete, the software will streamline workflow from shooting all the way to social media sharing, according to the company.
Currently, videographers must switch between specialized programs along the route from shooting to sharing. But “Project Rush” aims to combine this workflow into a single software across multiple devices—including camera, computer, and mobile.
Many of the features are familiar including color correction from Premier Pro and audio control in Audition. Users will have access to Adobe Stock to add graphic templates. The program will automatically optimize your video project for various social media platforms—although the specific platforms haven’t been revealed.
A release date for Project Rush is still pending, but you can sign up to be part of the public beta test, here. The final product will likely be available only through an Adobe Creative Cloud subscription.
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