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Adobe Premiere Rush Updated With New Graphics and Audio Library, and More

Adobe Premiere Rush Updated With New Graphics and Audio Library, and More
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Adobe has been updated its Adobe Premiere Rush, an all-in-one cross-device video editing app with all-new graphics and audio library browser that including hundreds of royalty-free soundtracks, sound effects, loops, transitions, animated titles, and more, so you can continue to create your beautiful videos without spending more time. All you need is to update to the latest version of Adobe Premiere Rush, or you can download it from App Store, Google Play Store, or for the desktop application.

Adobe is in partnership with Splice to provide audio, soundtracks, sound effects, and loops, as well as hundreds of audio options to add to your video clips, but you can able to import audio into Adobe Premiere Rush if you like. Also, you can choose tons of sound effects to your story like bells, nature, cars, laughs, cries, etc. Adobe launched three new transitions Push, Slide, and Wipe, which you can choose to implement from the top, bottom, or right-hand side of the screen. Splice provides sound for creative projects all over the world. Now, they’re powering a whole new in-app audio experience for you and Premiere Rush creators all around the globe.

Adobe Premiere Rush Updated With New Graphics and Audio Library, and More
(Credit: Adobe)

Pan, Zoom, and Auto Reframe features now available to everyone on all platforms. Pan and Zoom can be applied with the click of a button then it will automatically zoom in or out of an image. You can smoothly combine photos and videos by adding motion to still images, and it will automatically animating the position and scale over time.

And Auto Reframe feature uses Adobe Sensei to intelligently identify the key point of interest in the frame, you can be reframing the clips when switching between different aspects ratios. Once identifying the point of interest in the frame, it will track it throughout the reframed video, and keeping the important parts of your shot in the frame, which means you don’t need to adjust clips manually, one at a time.

You can select the desired output aspect ratio for your video and apply Auto Reframe to all the clips. If you want even more control over how your video is reframed, you can make adjustments to the tracking and customize the framing in the Motion Tracking panel. There is also a more animated title that will let you add to your videos and help your content stand out from the crowd. Also, dozens of new title and transition graphics including a Glitch which is coming soon to Adobe Premiere Rush.


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Adobe Premiere Rush Updated With New Graphics and Audio Library, and More