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  1. Audio Fade In / Fade Out

    I have read that I can achieve this by using Transitions, but would like more control over the effect.
    Great app! Keep up the good work!

    180 votes
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    8 comments  ·  Audio  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hello All,

    Thanks for writing in and/or voting for this. If you’ve missed my previous comment, I’ll add it again below. Audio fades have been available in Rush since 1.0 (see steps below). If you come across any issues related to transitions with or without audio, please file a report here: adobe.ly/rushbug
    or reach out to our support team here:
    Support forum: adobe.ly/rushsupport
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    We’re thinking of ways how we can make this more clear to users in the future. We would love to hear your ideas on how you’d expect/like this to work.

    Steps to add transitions to audio
    1. Select a video or audio clip in the timeline 
    2. Open the Transitions Inspector, select the Cross Dissolve transition (or one of the others)

    This will apply a transition to the beginning and end of your selected clip. If you want to apply a transition…

  2. Music Fade in Out

    Is there a way to fade in and out music that you import. I've been trying to find a way but ...no luck. Can you add that feature

    6 votes
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    1 comment  ·  Audio  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Closing request. Including my previous response here

    Hello!

    You can apply transitions to an audio clip. Here’s how

    1. Select an audio clip in the timeline
    2. Open the Transitions Inspector, select any of the transitions

    This will apply a transition to the beginning and end of your selected clip. If you want to apply a transition to only one side of the clip, you can drag and drop the transition to the desired position.

    We’re thinking of ways how we can make this more clear to users in the future. We would love to hear your ideas on how you’d expect/like this to work.

    Thanks,

    Peter

  3. premiere pro audio tracks

    When opening a Premiere Rush Project in Adobe Premiere Pro all the audio-tracks are flattened to a single track making it impossible to do further adjustments in Premiere Pro or Adobe Audition. It would be nice to keep the different tracks separated.

    2 votes
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    0 comments  ·  Audio  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hi Tom,

    Thanks for writing in. Audio tracks are not flattened when opening a Rush project in Premiere Pro although I understand why it appears that way.

    There’s a known issue when opening a Rush project in Premiere Pro where extra audio tracks are created (your audio is placed in A32). To resolve this please follow these steps

    1. Open Rush Project in Premiere Pr
    2. Right-click on the track header
    3. Select “Delete Tracks…” > Select Delete all empty audio tracks

    At this point, you’ll see all of your audio tracks. We hope to improve this experience in a future release. If you have any follow up questions please reach out to us here

    Support forum link: adobe.ly/rushsupport
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    Cheers!

    Peter

  4. Audio Crossfade

    crossfade only between audio clips

    1 vote
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  5. Musik fade in / fade out

    Ich bin nicht sicher ob das Wort keyframen richtig beschreibt was ich mir wünsche - Ich möchte wenn ich Musik zum Film schneide die Möglichkeit den Übergang von einer Lautstärke zu einer anderen sanfter gestalten damit nicht ein aprupter Wechsel ist - fade in / fade out
    Ansonsten ist es ein tolles Intuitives Programm - ach ja ein eigenes Logo als Titel hinzuzufügen fände ich auch super

    4 votes
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    1 comment  ·  Audio  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    As noted in my pervious comment this should work as desired. If you’re still experiencing this issue in the current release of Rush, please reach out to our support team for immediate assistance.

    Rush support:
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    Thanks,

    Peter

  6. Why can you only add music from iTunes this app is useless for anyone that wants to be independent and make their own stuff. Why only iTunes

    Allow media from other sources. Or if this is a Apple Music app only then i apologize. I want to use my own music I won’t use this anymore because of this alone and definitely would not recommend it. Sell it as a Apple Music video editor that title fits it perfect

    1 vote
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  7. Audio preview before adding media

    Audio preview before adding media

    7 votes
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    1 comment  ·  Audio  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hey all!

    You can preview audio files in Rush today. Place the pointer over the soundtrack you’re interested in. You’ll see a full-screen icon appear on the bottom right of the thumbnail, click on that to preview the file. You can listen to the audio and also select the parts you want to import.

    You can do this for video clips as well!

    Happy Editing!

    Peter

  8. Audio transitions please!!!

    I want to make some audio transitions!

    6 votes
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  9. Add free soundtrack

    Add free soundtrack

    5 votes
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    3 comments  ·  Audio  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    There is actually a collection of 10 free “Rush Soundtracks” included.

    On Mobile: tap the blue + button to add media, then [audio], then [Rush Soundtracks]

    On Desktop: click the blue + button, then select the ‘Media Browser’ at the top drop down, then select ‘Rush Soundtracks’ towards the bottom.

    Please let us know if these soundtracks are not what you were hoping for and if so, what you expected.

  10. Audio scrubbing

    Very simply so I know where I am audio wise when I’m editing. It is often on audio cue that I, and no doubt most other editors, male the cut.

    6 votes
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    1 comment  ·  Audio  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hi Tom and others

    You can enable audio scrubbing in the Sequence menu > “Play Audio while scrubbing” on Mac or Windows.

    We do not have a preference for this feature on mobile. If that’s what you’re hoping for, please make a new request.

    Thanks!

    Peter

  11. Audio fade in/out

    It would be nice to have the facility to fade in/out music tracks. I would have thought this to be a very basic thing to be able to do in Rush. If I have to use Premier Pro to do this, then not much point in having Rush!

    2 votes
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  12. Audio cross fades

    Audio cross fades would be very helpful. Also the ability to take audio and video tracks and move them around independently. For instance, if i’m using dialogue from an interview under some related video, it would be helpful to be able to move those tracks around the timeline independent of the video.

    5 votes
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    0 comments  ·  Audio  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hello, Alan (and others),

    Thanks for writing in. You can apply transitions to an audio clip in Rush today.

    1. Select a video or audio clip in the timeline 
    2. Open the Transitions Inspector, select the Cross Dissolve transition (or one of the others)

    This will apply a transition to the beginning and end of your selected clip. If you want to apply a transition to only one side of the clip, you can drag and drop the transition to the desired position.

    We’re thinking of ways how we can make this more clear to users in the future. We would love to hear your ideas on how you’d expect/like this to work.

    Thanks,

    Peter

  13. Add audio previews

    so I can hear what it sounds like before i add to timeline. currently i'm using the free audio clips included in Premier Rush

    3 votes
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    Hey all!

    You can preview audio files in Rush today. Place the pointer over the soundtrack you’re interested in. You’ll see a full-screen icon appear on the bottom right of the thumbnail, click on that to preview the file. You can listen to the audio and also select the parts you want to import.

    You can do this for video clips as well!

    Happy Editing!

    Peter

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