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.
Andrew England commented
It's bizarre how this works. I have just set my self up with CC and Lightroom CC. I thought the whole point would be to have a central cloud store of media. I don't understand why content cant be shared across apps or even just viewable in the sync folder.
David Marx commented
This one is baffling. The whole point of the Creative Cloud ecosystem was that it would allow us to painlessly use resources from one app in another!
Further, there is currently no slideshow module or video editing capabilities inside of Adobe Lightroom (Cloud-based) and what is inside of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic is super out of date.
Clemens Frauscher commented
it is really very hard to understand that there is no possibility to use videos stored in LrCC with Pr Rush ..... The really USP of Adobe Creative Cloud and all the apps there is (and should be much more in future) that you can use them easy together with one data source - please add this possibility very urgent - thanks!
Jenna Langer commented
having the albums show up would be enough for me - I would make an album of the photos and videos I wanted to use from Lightroom, and then access all of those files in rush.
Adobe should be embarrassed that while you can import videos from dropbox cloud you can't import videos from lightroom CC cloud. For my use case I can see an alternative workaround; essentially I want all my videos in one place and that means auto-uploads from my phone. If the creative cloud app, or PR app could upload new videos then I could have all the mobile stuff go there automatically and then would need to separately upload photos from SD cards to lightroom CC and videos from SD cards into the creative cloud folder.
As it currently stands I keep all videos in Lightroom as I can keep them in the albums with the photos so all memories are nicely organised in one place and available anywhere. I wont download all my videos and re-upload a 2nd copy to Premiere Rush, that just seems stupid.
Any timeline on a fix for this? Or an honest response that it just wont happen?
Simon Pedersen commented
As another user said, it is insane that I cannot access photos and videos that was uploaded to Creative Cloud from Lightroom Mobile inside Rush. I thought "Creative Cloud Storage" meant the same accross all apps that use Creative Cloud as a storage - but obviously not.
The logic here seems to be:
1. Creative Cloud is just "one thing" - however:
2. Lightroom stores content to a separate area of Creative Cloud - possibly as simple as a folder that is hidden from the desktop CC sync tool
3. The file system folder called "Creative Cloud Files" in your Explorer (if you're on Windows) does indeed point to the same Creative Cloud storage area as the one used by Lightroom Mobile - but you will never see photos from Lightroom Mobile here - they're hidden and only available in the cloud.
4. The files seen by Rush is only those uploaded by rush or by your file system. Not the files from Lightroom.
Side note: You can also view the content of your Creative Cloud storage here: https://assets.adobe.com/ - but it again doesn't show any of the files from Adobe Lightroom. It does however show something called Cloud documents, which for me contains my Adobe XD documents.
So ... this means that if I want to access my Lightroom content from Rush, I have to put them into the part of CC that is visible on my file system - but to be honest, I don't really understand how to get them there - other than to export them from Lightroom - and besides, it doesn't make sense to do this, as it would in effect duplicate the content and use twice as much storage.
So Ben, you asked for thoughts on how we wanted our lightroom assets to appear in Rush. This is how: just make the folder "Lightroom" appear inside Rush.
The issue is discussed and elaborated a bit here: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2547579
I don’t understand this reaction. If just tried everything to get access TO MY OWN VIDEO FILES in creative cloud from Rush and it is not there. This is insane! How can you call this creative cloud with these limitations? Another reason to switch to other applications that also do not share there files in the same eco system, but are cheaper and have much more options. I really can not understand why it is not there ....
I agree. I have the same request. When I am away traveling, I import my photos and videos into Lightroom for the iPad. Then go through and edit them and rate them. I want a way to quickly take the ones that I like and throw them in a video to upload. I can’t seem to easily get them to Rush.
I would love to (at the end of each day) take the photos and videos I want, select them, and quickly shoot them over to Rush to make a quick montage video.
Eric Jain commented
Would this include the ability to select a video in Lightroom CC, and "Edit in Rush..." (similar to the existing "Edit in Photoshop" menu item)?
Eric Jain commented
Looks like a duplicate of https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/916423-premiere-rush/suggestions/35733526-lightroom-cc-as-source?
Adam Dickie commented
I would have thought this would have been included at launch as if your an adobe user you would probably have majority of your content backed up in CC storage to leverage across devices? Can someone from abobe confirm this feature is coming? i also though the entire intent of rush was to get away from the local desktop and edit on the fly? Which again should be in adobe's interest to sell more cloud storage for creatives... This is a deal breaker to me i think as there are other less expensive options with more capability. :( please let me know if this is added at a later date and i will likely subscribe then. (the dream is to have all content wherever you are to edit and upload) also, I feel there should be more filters titles and creative elements baked in like other mobile video tools, the audio editing works really well.
Felipe Payan commented
Nice idea to import Lightroom videos directly into Rush simplify video editing.
Mark Stringer commented
What about having the video as a metadata object in lightroom, which you can then open in Rush, the links to other videos and aimage and sound assets could be stored in lightroom as well as the rendered output as a stacked item.
puts everything in one place and good product integration,
Sebastian Schally commented
I just startet to user LR CC and RUSH CC and now i have to download all my videos locally so that i can work with them ? That doesnt make any sense ...
Please add the LR Could as Cloud source to RUSH CC
Loïc Bellemare-Alford commented
I think the best way would be to give access to our Lightroom CC albums and the "All files" as Portfolio does.
Another way that would be great is if in Lightroom CC we could select a few clips and send them to an existing or new project. This would allow us to filter the exact clips we want in Lightroom and then send them to Rush.
There currently dosen't appear to be any way of access media from Lightroom CC in Premiere Rush, would be realllly nice if there was!
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could select a bunch of videos in lightroom cc and simply select edit in rush. This way I could merge my video collection for the day and create a better and smaller video.
Kevin Monahan commented
This would be so cool. Please include video support.
I want to back this request -- I like to think of it as Dynamic Link for CC apps. Incredibly useful feature and similar functionality is available in Final Cut Pro X for Apple Photos and iTunes.
Happy to help make Rush integrate with LR CC. Especially on the Desktop version, since I save local copies of my assets, I would really like to see them as a source using the way LR CC catalog them to find the ones I want.
Now I do this in Rush by navigating the folders where I keep the videos LR CC is already pointing to.