Free plan shouldn’t be limited by 3 exports.
The free plan shouldn’t be limited by 3 exports. Should be limited on tools or even the quality exportation. I also think the paid plan should be cheaper since the app is not as “professional” as the premiere pro version for computer.
Shreeya Tyagi commented
Insane to say the least!
Tom Grogan commented
I agree with the theme of this thread. I just installed the "Free" app only to go through the tutorial thinking that Adobe was offering a free fun easy to use movie maker like the old simple iMovie, great for simple quick projects, only to find out it's actually a trial. If Creative Cloud just called it "Trial" version instead of a "Free" app I wouldn't be sitting here angry at Adobe thinking about how greedy you are becoming. I wasn't even out looking for free stuff! You put it on my CC interface and offered it to me for free. Just be honest in your advertising.
Chris Arellano commented
Was about to buy stock in Adobe but now they are just getting greedy. Tricked into installing this app. Are they the next EA?
This app does not only have the most basic functionality, it has lass than that and could be called "primitive". There are free apps on the market which can do more and don't cost a fortune. Adobe has become so greedy, they are now becoming crazy. 143 Euro for one year! This might be justified if the app had at least some sort of professional features like stabilization, tracking, color grading and of course the ability to speed up or slow down videos. But for an app which can't do more than merge videos together, add some titles and a music track, this is insane!
Eric Jain commented
Just installed Premiere Rush and went through the tutorial etc, only to discover it's just a trial version. The messaging I heard implied that this application was a trimmed down version of Premiere Pro that is included in all plans, and in fact the "Creative Cloud" manager app lists "Premiere Rush" under "all apps", and not under "trial apps". Misleading! Back to using DaVinci Resolve, which has way more features than I need, but has a free version that isn't crippled like this...
Agreed! 3 exports doesn’t let you really explore the app especially if you need to reexport a project with a minor change and lose an export. And 120/year is INSANE for the limited capabilities of this app.
Filmora costs 60 USD for a lifteime subscription.
I agree. I use Filmora. It got all the functions as Rush and cost 40 USD per year.