Add keyframes support
Add keyframes, animate properties and effects over time.
S G commented
Keyframes. They are basic. Not 'advanced' or 'professional'.
I gained a qualification in video editing back in the late 90s. For some years after I continued working in video and animation.
I ended a 10 year hiatus from from video a short while ago, and with my photography plan have started dabbling again.
I cannot believe keyframes are missing. I don't work professionaly in this sector anymore, but would love to do the most basic things for my pleasure and artistic endeavours with Rush. Without having to sell a kidney to afford it, or have paying clients to afford it.
I can fire up Resolve to do this type of thing for free. But it is a monstrously large program with many features beyond my needs. Rush really shuld have this feature, then it would be a wonderful, well-rounded program in a leightweight package.
源盛 刘 commented
I hope to add the function of keyframe, which is too important. Another is the hope that the computer version of Ru special effects can be added to the mobile version
Diyansh Shah commented
Allowing to Animate things would make the app a very good alternative for premiere pro on mobile and that would be great for many people , thanks
red will commented
Come on Adobe where are the keyframes? Its one of the basic features that we need to edit video. Rush is almost useless without them. With them it would be one of the best video editing apps for mobile devices. Sort it out please, id even pay good money for this app if it had keyframes
dami almu commented
Seriously, I’m install rush on my phone bcs I thought will be only app editor with that option... and it is missing! 😤😤
Josh Rencher commented
seriously, adobe. keyframes should be a no-brainer for rush. look how long you've been sitting on this. what the **** are you waiting for?
Cameron Elkins commented
Have we got keyframes yet? I would just love to do a slow zoom or pan on a photo. Easy peazy.
adi ron commented
Key frames for positions, scale And animation
Shaun Ferguson commented
Keyframes would definitely be a welcome addition. Was surprised to see that a Premiere product wouldn't have them...
Thom Little commented
Zoom keyframes in rush
Stephen Christensen commented
Add keyframes. This is not a pro feature, in fact pretty basic if you look at other video editing apps in the app store.
David Chen commented
😷🤷♂️no key frames, nobody can create own effects. Just one key frame will be change your worldview. 🌱😋
Markus Freise commented
Come on guys, it's 2020. Video editing without keyframes? That's a bummer.
Corby Hancock commented
A lot more people would utilize this app if it had keyframe capabilities and some effects presets for those of us editing “on the go” as the app describes.
dan mcgifford commented
Would be nice to be able to keyframe scale and vertical/horizontal start and end points!
Sarah Jones commented
Just downloaded Rush and am so impressed with it! My only wish is that future versions have basic keyframing options. Otherwise, it's very intuitive and works great. Thanks!
Simran Mahtani commented
Key frames!!! I would use this app all the time if I could keyframe. It’s useless to me otherwise. Look at the Videoleap app, they allow keyframes
David Chen commented
How about make Adobe Premier Pro on to IOS system such as iPad Pro or iPad? I will appreciate Adobe teams.
Kevin Hinds commented
Everyone in the universe wants this please I don’t want to be old and grey holding my grandchildren crying lamenting regretting what might have been. You, random administrative people and token dev sitting in this meeting have a choice to make. Let’s hope ney lets pray you make the right decision. Carol Baskin killed her husband.
Jake Grinsted commented
Enlight Videoleap has animations and keyframing done really well -- worth a look, especially (hopefully) by the product team at Adobe.
Adding all sorts of animations is so easy in Videoleap and would make an awesome addition to Rush... and apps like Keynote and Videoleap prove that keyframing does not have to be implemented in an overly "pro" way.