I have a pixelbook that allows me to download Android apps but the premiere Rush says it's not compatible with my device. So I'm unable to edit on my laptop which has a Chromebook (pixelbook).
Abhijit Nagendranath commented
It works on the Pixel 3 but won't work on my pixelbook, quite unfortunate. Time to do some working together Adobe and Google. This is a changed world and more companies need to come together to help consumers.
Richard Schwarz commented
I thought this would bring decent video editing to the Chromebook, so was disappointed to discover that it isn't supported on Chromebooks. We're now looking at paying more (on top of our Adobe licensing) for something like WeVideo to do decent non-linear editing...
Crystal Harris commented
Adobe needs to catch up with the reality that Chromebooks are usable tools that are here to stay for student usage and business usage. Please make the Adobe Premier Rush app available for Chromebooks.
Sean Malinger commented
The national trend has been that schools are moving from iPads to Chromebooks for their one-to-one programs.
Our school is switching from iPads to Chomebooks. Next year we are adding over 200 touch screen Chromebooks and the following year we will add another 450.
A solid video editing solution like Premiere Rush is the one thing that we could use most as we make the transition.
Galen Rosenberg commented
K-12 CTE education desperately needs this! It's been in the marketing materials for Pixelbook and Pixelbook Go. What is taking so long?
Scott Damery commented
Please add chrome os support
Don Darnell commented
Please add support!
Sascha Kyssa commented
Please add Chromebook support!
Jesus Sevilla commented
Please add Premiere Rush on Chromebooks .!!!!! >.<
Caleb Jones commented
Please add Chromebook support. Especially now that we are in the covid-19 era trying to figure out how to give instruction via distance learning. Help us educators please Adobe!!!!!!
Chris Neal commented
I have Rush on my Pixel phone - which is great for capture, but my Pixelbook is where I want to edit. Please work this out Adobe.
Adam Sturman commented
This has not only been promised for YEARS, but Google still regularly uses Adobe Rush-looking interfaces in some of their high end Chromebook marketing. Google suggested it was coming soon with the release of the 2017 Pixelbook, and they did the same thing with the 2019 Pixelbook Go. Can adobe and google please make up or something?????
Camry Fedei commented
This is getting even more important as the world is going remote. Chromebooks are affordable for all income ranges, all of which are finding themselves needing to transition to this digital world. This was slated as very soon last year, hopefully it's actually in the works after all as I think the world could really benefit from this right now.
Leo Scaletta commented
Please make rush available for Chromebooks !!!
Gonzague Gay-Bouchery commented
I'm in charge of the IT infrastructure of a K-12 School and adobe rush on Chromebook is a MUST for us especially now that we are all working from home and have all kids on e-Learning.
Mr. Kurland commented
I am a K-12 educator working at a school where students have 1:1 Chromebooks; being able to provide Rush on school-issued hardware would be fantastic (not only now, with COVID-19, but during normal times as well).
Douglas Flanagan commented
Chrome OS compatibility for Adobe Rush would be key. Right now I have students scrambling for edit systems while they deal with COVID 19. I have several with Chromebooks who are, for now, unable to use the Adobe product(s) we've been using in the classroom.
Adam Haas commented
I am both shocked and disappointed that this is not available for Chromebooks, especially with how powerful they are becoming. I was hoping to introduce video editing to my daughter with this application on her new Pixelbook Go. I really hope Adobe is already in the process of porting this over.
Eduard Arakelyan commented
Hi folks, can we consider compatibility for Chrome OS? You're halfway there with Android, some optimizing would really make this an exceptional intermediate editing tool for Chrome OS similar to the way you brought Lightroom.
I can see the business aspect getting in the way of prioritization but I imagine blogs would rank you at the top of many lists as Chrome users search "video editing chromebook". There's definitely a case to be had for it!
Chris WarrenBoulton commented
I've got a Pixelbook chromebook and a Pixel 3 phone. It seems crazy that I've got to edit vids in Premiere Rush on my phone instead of on my chromebook. What gives?