Custom export options for resolution and frame rate
For something you’re charging a subscription price, there should be no limits for things like frame rates, formats, and quality for exports. I should be able to export 4K at 60 frames. Or 1080p at 24 frames. If I’m paying monthly, there shouldn’t be any restrictions on what I wanna export it to. For example, automatic might allow a 23.9 export because that’s the Canon frame rate. Whereas I want to export it to 24p.
David Čapek commented
Maximum export resolution and frame rate is determined by the first clip added to a new project. E.g. if the first added clip is 1080p and the rest of them is 4k, you can’t export in 4k. On the other hand if you add at first any 4k clip, then bunch of 1080p clips and then delete the 4k clip, you can still export in 4k. It is very dumb, because I have multiple complicated projects, that I started with 1080p clip and now I can’t change export resolution to 4k. The only way is to recreate projects from the scratch.
frederic mouniguet commented
Came here because I cannot export my footages to their native resolution (2.7k). I can only downscale to 1080p or upscale to 4K. Both options are not what I'm looking for... ;(
Curt Gebers commented
A friend asked me to video something with my phone and email it to her. My phone has two settings for recording quality, 4K and 1080p. I picked the 1080p, and shot like 30 seconds of video. The file size was something like 134 MB. My email app said attachments were limited to 25 MB, so I just wanted to make the file smaller -- lower resolution, lower frame rate, lower quality. And I'm paying this premium subscription for this Adobe suite, and I think this is a simple task. This deluxe suite ought to handle it no problem. So I install Premiere Rush on my Android phone, create a project, import the video, and export it. The export give me five preset options, the lowest of which is 720p 30fps. That gets the file size down to 34 MB. Why can't I pick a lower resolution, or lower quality setting? I search the help, and it takes me to a page that sounds like I can change settings and create new presets. But that only works on the desktop version (and it's very frustrating to be getting *that* help through my mobile app). I'm not even asking for anything nonstandard. 480p would have been fine. Just give a way to select it.
I ended up installing some freeware called Video Compressor from the app store to do what my premium Adobe app couldn't do.
Sanjeya Dilan commented
We have no more money then dont take money always
裕介 神林 commented
I'd like to export 2.7k 60p. Because I use OSMO pocket and mavic mini.
ujjwal utkarsh commented
Or even to simply export as a video file on to the cloud...
Like it is a video editing app, it definitely should have an option for exporting a video or an audio file.
Antoine (Autokroma.com) commented
You don't have such limitations with AfterCodecs!
Alex Sigalovsky commented
Totally agree. Moreover, why can’t I choose format and quality options for the exported media? I subscribe to the entire Creative Cloud suite. However, using Adobe Premier is too much of a learning curve for my basic needs. I just wish to edit home videos and save the result in the highest possible quality. I understand that iOS devices may not be capable of that. But what about editing on the go and exporting on desktop? It would be nice to retain source quality, have more than five transitions (seriously?!), and be able to save the same project in different versions.. This way, I could save, experiment with other options, save again and see which I like better. Back to export options, it honestly seems that Adobe expects the entire target audience for Rush to consist of brainless Facebook and Instagram social networking nuts, only concerned with uploading something as quickly as possible. There are people out there who share with family and friends in other, more private ways: private photo and video sites, such as your own Adobe Portfolio, Dropbox, Smugmug, home server, etc. If I film my vacation in Italy onto a camcorder in 4K quality, it would really be nice — and reasonable—to wish to keep as much of that quality as possible. A user configurable MKV comes to mind. Otherwise, I’m afraid, this is just a toy app...
use iPad pro 2018.
mobile app is only automatic and 30fps.
I want to export 1080p 60fps!
Stephen Petrey commented
Why can’t I export to Vimeo? Or back to my camera roll?
Libor Novotný commented
Export to 60 FPS,1080p