Adobe has unveiled a ‘sneak peek’ of Project Rush, its new all-in-one, cross-device video editing app designed for quickly sharing online content.

Project Rush will be available on mobile and desktop and work automatically syncs to the cloud so editing can move from phone or tablet to laptop for further editing. Rush has all the same features on mobile and desktop.

Adobe says that users will be able to shoot right into Project Rush and edit, add filters, optimise audio, and select from customisable titles, add a thumbnail, schedule a post, and publish to multiple social platforms with one click.

Colour correction powered by Premiere Pro will also be part of the app as well as Audition to auto- detect the audio in the video with tools to improve sound quality and reduce background noise.
Adobe Stock is integrated into Rush with its various free Motion Graphics templates.

Adobe says it’s also working on ways to creating and publishing versions of videos that are optimised for the different social platforms.

The app goes live later this year and Adobe is currently taking applications for Beta testers. Go here to apply.

Staff Reporter

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