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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.