Adobe Premiere Rush was officially launched in October last year. Compared to Adobe Premiere CC which is targeted at professionals, Premiere Rush can be more populist in all its simplicity . Unfortunately this is not accompanied by its availability on one of the most vital platforms of its mission to become the mainstream video editing application , namely Android.
Lucky Adobe moves fast. After first coming on iOS, Premiere Rush finally came to Android. But again there is still something to make disappointed; compatible devices are very limited, the specifics are as follows:
1 – Samsung Galaxy S10 / S10 +, S10e, S9 / S9 +, Note 9, Note 8
2 – Google Pixel 3 / 3XL, 2 / 2XL
3 – OnePlus 6T
Where is OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro ? Surely just waiting for the second time, given the specifications above the OnePlus 6T. What is still mysterious is Google Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL , but my guess is that the support for the cellphone still has to wait longer while the flagship class phones that have not been allocated are prioritized.
Apart from that, at least now content creators using one of the devices above can enjoy the interesting features offered by Premiere Rush. From a simple perspective, the premise offered by Rush is how creators can record, edit and upload their work videos quickly and efficiently.
Adobe Premiere Rush is not a free application, but you have the option to try it for free by selecting the Starter Plan. While trying, you are free to create as many projects as possible, but only three can be exported , and the available cloud storage capacity is also limited to 2 GB.
If it is already suitable, consumers can subscribe to the $ 10 Premiere Rush Plan per month. The benefits include unlimited number of exports as well as 100 GB of cloud storage capacity (up to 10 TB can be added, depending on the budget ).