Pan & Zoom (Ken Burns Effect)
We love working with Rush, it's simple and straight forward to use. Sure some of the titles are a little limiting so we often add our own.
That said, what Rush is 'crying out for' is a basic Pan & Zoom effect.
I understand Adobe wish to keep this platform simple and intuitive and not turn it into an over complicated monster like Premier Pro, that said it does need a few more toys.
Pan & Zoom (Ken Burns Effect) would make this ideal for us in 'nearly' every way :)
Johan W commented
Randal Harrison commented
This would really help our students here. And green screen is another killer feature that would really make Rush perfect--it's 99% perfect, now. Let's get that 1%!!
Leslie Lestinsky commented
YES! Please bring this capability to the platform
Chris Handley commented
I shoot 4k on the Note 9 and a keyframed zoom in would be great.
Matt Fox commented
Shocked I don't have this ability - should be an easy add - THANKS!
Tom Griner commented
I use 4k so I have the power to pan and produce a slider affect. Not having this is a deal-breaker. Adobe Premier is too pricy and complicated for me so I was really hoping Rush would just have these basics at a great price. Such is life.
I had to create my video in Imovie and import into rush. And it worked great. But, and extra step.
Great program, but ready for the update!
I agree. It seems with such a powerful app, why leave out pan/zoom??? It seems so elemental. Now I have to go back into another app, edit my photos to make each an individual video and add them back into my Rush project. That’s total thumbs down :(
Great idea hope to see it soon
If you could pan and zoom on still shots and video that would be great!!!
jerry lloyd commented
Ken Burns are essential to this program. you need to create simplified technique for key frames.
Robert Blesse commented
I really like Adobe Premiere Rush, but no pan and zoom is a deal-breaker for me. I'd like to use it, but will stick with iMovie, ugh!, for now. Please add this feature, Adobe.
Want to be able to zoom in on a specific portion of the video? Like for a gaming video, zooming in on chat of a player. Or pan, a following pan portion of a video to highlight a significant event.