Adobe has announced a new all-in-one video editing app which brings the core features of advanced tools like Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Audition together in one place.
Dubbed as Project Rush, the app makes it easy to edit and share online videos real quick without having any expert knowledge of professional video editing tools. This app will let you edit the color of your videos, improve sound quality, add stock footage and create a title sequence.
You can also integrate Adobe Stock to access free templates to work with. More importantly, the saved work gets synced to the cloud so you can seamlessly continue to edit video across your desktop, laptop, and mobile.
Once you finish editing, you can create a thumbnail and share the videos on multiple platforms like YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Vimeo, Twitter, and Snapchat or schedule it to publish without ever leaving the app.
With Adobe’s Rush Video Editor content creators who upload videos weekly or even daily will now be able to make videos easily. The date of release or pricing hasn’t been confirmed yet, but the app is slated for a release later this year in October.
For now, Adobe is accepting registrations for beta testers and interested users can apply for the beta version here. The beta is available for iOS, Mac, and Windows. Adobe also said that an Android beta version will be launched soon.