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Hi Quentin, I'm not quite sure what you mean, can you explain further?
Hello, you are able to add a video overlay on iOS just as you are on Mac Desktop. Simply drag a video clip above another video clip in the timeline.
Please let me know if that isn’t the solution you were looking for.
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Sorry that you are having issues posting your video to YouTube. While the YouTube direct posting feature should not be having that error, you can always rely on the locally stored version of your exported video as a fallback. This way you won't need to re-render your video in order to upload to YouTube. The final version would be saved at the location you specified on the first screen after clicking "share" on desktop. Let me know if this helps!
Hey Valentin - You can open a Rush Project in Premiere Pro. Here is a helpx article that explains how: https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/using/creating-changing-projects.html#premiere-rush
You cannot, however, re-open the Premiere Pro Project in Premiere Rush. Is that what you are asking for?
Hi Floris - you definitely make a fair point.
It is possible that someday the storage limit could be increased but for the time being, 100GB is the offering we are sticking with. There were dozens of factors that went into the team deciding to offer 100GB of cloud storage with Premiere Rush.
Hopefully that it doesn't prevent you from using Rush altogether! Here is a helpful article that talks about how to free up storage space if you've reached your limit: https://helpx.adobe.com/rush/kb/rush-cc-storage.html
562 votes53 comments · Premiere Rush » Editing in the Timeline & Preview Monitor · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Thank you for the continued feedback. We’re currently exploring additional transitions we can include within Rush. Stay tuned
Hey Alireza, there are quite a few additional transitions in the Title Panel (It's a box with the letter 'T' in it).
Be sure to check out both the My Templates and Adobe Stock Sections.
Let us know if those transitions are what you were hoping for, and if not, what you expected!
In the Home panel (Home Icon), You can 'Turn Sync off' on Existing projects and also uncheck 'Sync with Creative Cloud' when creating new projects.
These options put your projects locally on your actual device and not in the cloud. However, you won't be able to sync those projects across devices then.
Does this satisfy your request or are you still hoping to easily move projects onto a USB drive in order to manually move across different computers?
2 votes1 comment · Premiere Rush » Transitions, Effects, & Animation · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
We actually currently have a Lens Flare Transition in the Adobe Stock tab of the title panel.
To find it:
1. Click/tap the title panel It's a 'T' icon -
- Mobile: on the bottom row
- Desktop: on the right side bar
2. Select Adobe Stock
- Desktop: on the right side of the title panel
- Mobile: click the aarow on the right side of the screen in the title panel, the select Adobe Stock
3. Search for 'lens flare'
4. the "Lens Flare Transition should pop up"
5. Drag it into the timeline above a video clip
Does this satisfy your requests or were you hoping for something else?
Rotating your phone to landscape could be helpful as this makes the video monitor larger giving you more space to tap, select and edit
Thanks everyone for your feedback. I am moving this to Under Review.
As Jim Simon noted, there is already a request for this so certainly upvote that request.
This is an area we are looking into for future versions to make auto-save more reliable and out of the way.
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We’ve marked this Under Review, see comment.
This is something we are looking into. Thanks for the feedback.
What you’re suggesting would lead to a full on revision of the feature – therefore I’d like to ask a couple of additional questions:
what kind of footage do you usually try to stabilize with the Warp Stabilizer? And how much tweaking of the settings do you do on average?