Lightroom CC As Source
I see Creative Cloud as a source for content to start a project. But I would like to use videos I have in my Lightroom CC library.
Creative Cloud is smart enough to know I have a Lightroom library as part of my cloud storage. But I don’t see my pictures and videos from the library.
I should also be able to save the project to Lightroom CC library.
It’s great to see people using other Creative Cloud apps :)
Please continue to add to this thread if you have additional thoughts on how you would like your Lightroom content (assets, albums) to show up in Rush.
Roger Moffatt commented
Can't believe 4 years after launch you still haven't done this. Madness that third party apps can access Lightroom Cloud media but within the Adobe Suite, it's not universally possible. Honestly this simply prevents me from using Adobe Rush as I have hundreds of media files in LR that are a key part of my workflow and I'm not going to duplicate them to CC just because Rush can't access the LR ones.
Charity Calderon commented
I'd like to have this feature for Rush to be able to import videos (and even photos) from Lightroom, and Lightroom to jump to Rush to edit videos. Lightroom has a good way of managing libraries, importing photos and videos, so like other users, I use LrC and Lr to manage content. It would be great to have Lr and Rush let users work on the cloud! I got here to find out if that works, I don't see why it shouldn't. Hope to see that feature very soon! It will help a lot of Adobe users and cloud computing makes sense, esp. with the demand for storage.
Grant Newton commented
As my video files are on the same SD card as my photos (and I’m mostly a stills person), I bring video files into LrC …. I would like to use LrC as the library for all content. Allowing Rush to draw files from Lr would be the integrated environment we all crave
Perhaps Adobe is not interested in taking market shares from Apple and Google cloud subscriptions?
For me this feature would the most valuable addition considering all Adobe products, and it has been top of my list for years. It’s a baffling omission.
If you also add video import, organising and backup in Lightroom iOS (yes this particular feature is also missing 🤯), and include Rush in the basic Lightroom CC subscription and cloud storage, the puzzle is complete. Adobe could compete with the Apple iCloud and Google Photos ecosystems on mobile.
Using both mirrorless cameras and mobile to take photos and videos, im forced to use other subscriptions to Adobe for backup.
It’s such a wasted opportunity.
Russell Naughtin commented
For crying out LOUD! You are telling me that 2 apps can't talk to each other. I think you need to make this a priority
Kristen Haskell commented
This is INFURIATING!!!! I decided to bite the bullet and switch over to Lightroom to manage my media. I also upgraded my phone to use Rush instead of inShot for making my business social media content. Now, finding out that I cant access the media stored on LRcc in Rush is UNACCEPTABLE. The point of LRcc is to access media through all my apps and devices. MAKE THIS BRIDGE FOR THE LOVE OF CHRIST
Benoit Viteau commented
A way to use Lightroom medias in Rush would be a very useful feature. It's very sad that Adobe has implemented link to other cloud services and not to its own cloud !
Jennifer Gomez commented
So frustrated to not be able to import from Lightroom :(
Martin Story commented
Just started using Rush, saw the cloud as a source, but not Lightroom!! Now that would be great.
Ben Bangert commented
I was looking at trying out Rush now that its included with my Creative Cloud subscription, but the inability to pull in photos/videos from Lightroom CC makes it a no-go. Having to export photos/videos I want to use in other Adobe apps from Lightroom is a major PITA, and then we'd have to store them twice in CC taking up more storage.
Christa Rüegsegger commented
It would be nice to connect videos directly from Adobe Lightroom while using the app.
Mael Apataude commented
The ability to export image settings from Lightroom to apply to video
Gail Pepin commented
I just started using Rush, I started moving from iMovie and Lightroom Classic on my Desktop. I thought it would be so cool to use Rush and Lightroom on my devices and to be able to access my photos and videos to make movies. I have been trying for days only to find out that it can't be done. I can't access Lightroom Photos, from Rush, now I don't have a reason to change from iMovie at all is this feature even under consideration?
Mike Hazlip commented
Still under review? I would love to see this feature. Preferably from Lightroom Classic, but I'll take Lr Mobile. Here's my project: Record audio voiceover in Audition, process still photos in Lr Classic, combine all assets in Rush along with soundtrack from iTunes (with copyright permission of course). I'm using Rush almost like InDesign where it is the end app that combines assets from multiple other apps.
Nigel Coveney commented
Enable import of LR photos please
Nigel Coveney commented
Is anything going to be done????
Yes, LR and Rush should be seen as companion apps, offered together as a cloud-based photo and video suite! This is precisely what could bring more subscribers to Adobe. I can’t believe this is not being prioritised!
Karolina Skalska commented
I would like the two (rush and lightroom mobile) work seamlessly. With similar interface (for example for folder directory, color grading, saving the files)
Chris Phillips commented
I was thinking about using Rush but then discovered it cant access my Lightroom content. I will need to download any content I want to use! Come on guys this is meant to be a Creative Cloud.