Change the duration of all selected images
When importing images, Rush will default the image to 2 seconds.
1. I want to be able to change this "default timing" via the preferences.
2. I want to be able to select several images and change the individual duration of each image, then apply to all.
D Simon commented
I can't change the duration of a still? Isn't this a pretty basic bit of functionality? Please add, sure there are loads out there frustrated by this who haven't gotten as far as this page.
Philipp Sulser commented
Yes please add this feature. I understand that an Ipad isnt a PC. But to make Premiere Rush on an IPad an useful tool to me, I really need to be able changing the duration on several images with one click. Or at least not doing the same steps for every image, which i am doing now while trying to create a timelapse within 200 images..So please add this feature!!
Joy Taylor commented
I'd definitely like this feature added.
Lolo Jones commented
PLEASE! It's so difficult changing the length of each slide, one at a time, when you have so many images. PLEASE add this as a feature in Adobe Rush Mobile!
Hannah Hotchkiss commented
Mike Mora commented
Please, consider this feature. I don't want to go to a different platform when I'm already paying for the whole suite!
Tim Kooistra commented
Almost one year later.. still very much want this!
Brian DeVries commented
This could be the missing feature that sends me to a different software platform.
$10/mo is really not worth something that costs me tons of time to edit the length of each clip separately.
David Croft commented
To a total noob (me) the most annoying of Rush's failures is the inability to change the duration of 120 still images from 2.5 seconds to a different duration.
Donald Bullock commented
Needs a way to set a "default clip duration", something other than 2.5 seconds. What happens if you add 100+ images? Also a way to "select all" then add a clip length to apply to all at the same time. This is basic video editing. $10 p/month and you can't change multiple clip lengths or transitions? Isn't worth it.
Stephen Wattay commented
Brian Carter commented
Timestacks are where you bulk import images and then size them down into what essentially appears to be an animation. The in camera setting is called Timelapse, but Time stacking gives you more control over this. It's not worth the time it takes to shorten each clip individually when it's
A. ineffecient to begin with without being able to enter time duration
B. You can't do this in bulk
Unless your doing extremely basic video, this software isn't very helpful and I'd like to see it improve. I'll have to turn to other programs for the moment because of its lack of capability.
No easy way to adjust duration of each photo displayed in the slide show (I have 58 pics). Am uninstalling this software, as it simply doesn't meet my needs. More transition options would help, as well.
Thanks for writing in. Are you asking what the duration of your entire project is or each still image?
The duration of your project is displayed at the bottom left on your monitor.
The default duration of still images in 2.5 seconds.
Hope this helps! Let us know if you have any additional questions.