2 votesAdminBen Smith (UX Designer on Rush, Adobe DVA) supported this idea ·
Yup, you should be seeing a banner at the top of the screen when you go to share a project that indicates how many exports you have remaining.
Hope that helps
Thanks for your suggestion! For this feature, would you expect the background to stay the same color for the whole video, or would this apply to each clip?
Thanks for this feedback, I'll make sure that the rest of the team is aware of this issue and update this suggestion accordingly.
Hey @Leonard, can you help describe your problem in more detail? For instance,
What kind of audio are you using?
Is this a soundtrack or audio from a video clip?
Have you edited this clip inside or outside of Rush?
Have you played around with the Audio features in Rush (some of them affect audio in ways that you might not predict)?
Is this a problem with the exported video or the clips being previewed in Rush?
Does this audio play back properly in another app on the same device?
Thanks everyone for feeding back on this point. We are considering the best way to address your needs below, but in the meantime, let me share a workflow that may help with versioning, creating multiple renditions, or even making a backup of your edits:
- Open the Project Panel while working in an existing Project
- Find your sequence (it will likely be called "Sequence 01" and can be located by finding a small icon in the bottom right corner of the thumbnail)
- Click or tap the ... menu and select "Duplicate" -- this creates a copy that can have independent edits: rename the sequence, trim, add/remove media, color, etc. and it will not affect your first sequence
- Double click or tap a sequence from the project panel to place it in the editor and work on it
- When sharing from the app, only the active sequence will be shared.
- You can see which sequence is active by viewing the top bar (name your sequences with more memorable names by using the ... menu)
While we are aware that this experience can be improved, please consider this workflow and continue to provide feedback on how you think duplicating projects may benefit your experience with Rush.
Thanks for your interest in this topic. Please continue to chime in with your thoughts on how you’d like to use this feature in Rush.
"is anyone else having difficulty exporting multiple videos to separate tracks?"
There are a few reasons why a clip can't be dragged to another track:
- If the main track (v1) is locked (you would know if you locked it--it doesn't lock automatically)
- If there is a clip associated with your clip (if you have a music track that begins during said clip, or if a title or other clip begins during your clip, they become associated and can't switch tracks)
I hope this helps
Thanks everyone for your feedback. I've seen a lot of the same comment here regarding J and L cuts, or as @Louise Halpin describes below, "[separate] the audio and video [and] you could extend the audio beyond the video."
Please note that this is currently possible by using the "Expand Audio" button, and simply trimming either the video or the audio portion of the clip (and adjacent clips) separately.
Actually, J and L cuts can be executed by expanding the audio and simply trimming in and out. Once a track is expanded, you can trim video and audio independently on AV clips.
While this should theoretically unblock your J and L cutting workflow, we're still interested to hear more about how you would benefit from detaching audio.
This is a feature that we are also interested in for future releases. In the meantime, let me share some useful workarounds:
1. Place a clip that you want audio from on a track above the main track. Expand your track headers and "Hide" the clip that has audio you want to keep -- Optionally mute the underlying clip(s) to avoid audio overlap. Unfortunately, you'll only be able to use this track for audio at this point.
2. Position the video in the monitor off-screen (simply click/tap and then drag the video off-screen, or use the "Transform" panel sliders to position the footage as desired) -- the audio will play but the video will be invisible. Place your B-Roll or other footage on the track above or below the off-screen clip. Optionally mute those clips to avoid audio overlap.
Please note that if your first added clip is shot at 24fps, we will preserve that frame rate by default on both Desktop and iOS.
Also worth noting, if you subsequently add other footage shot at a different frame rate, the project sequence will remain at 24fps unless you choose otherwise.
Thanks for your feedback. Right now this is possible when exporting from the Desktop version of Rush only.
Thanks for the feedback. Can you help us to understand this clicking effect? Which version of iPhone are you using? Are you using any extra hardware to help you record on your iPhone? When you add media that you recorded on another device, is the clicking not present? If you trim the last few frames from the clips, does the click go away?
We haven't experienced this same issue so it sounds like a bug that we would love to track down and address.
Also, you can apply a "Cross Dissolve" to your audio clips to give them a fade in/out -- try it out!
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
You may also freely move transitions around. It may be difficult without zooming the timeline a bit to see what you're doing. That way you can select single transitions to delete, trim, etc. as well as move them across clips to try out different transition variations.
Hope this helps for now, and we'll continue to refine our transitions user experience to make sure it doesn't feel like extra work to accomplish common results! Thanks for the feedback.
Right now, MOGRTs created in AE won't be compatible with Rush. There is currently a bug where this flow is not prevented, and doesn't do anything within Rush. The only workaround is to make your edits in AE and export a video which can then be imported into Rush as a simple (un-editable) clip.
When exporting a MOGRT in the latest version of Premiere Pro, please make sure the check the box "Warn me if this Motion Graphics template is not compatible with Premiere Rush" to make sure you're not utilizing any effects not supported in Rush. For best results (for 1.0), limit yourself to basic transforms, and avoid the Effects Control Panel.
For MOGRT authoring compatibility from Adobe Stock, please refer to https://helpx.adobe.com/in/rush/kb/stock-compatibility-mogrt.html.
We are aware of the desire to work with more advanced MOGRTs in Rush, so please continue to chime in here with how you believe this can be improved.
Please keep an eye out for increased compatibility with Motion Graphics Templates in future releases -- it's a high priority for us to provide a robust template workflow across our video apps.
Sorry this happened Eduardo. You should only use up your limited exports if we successfully exported your video to your hard drive (or camera roll, in the case of mobile).
If you're exporting from mobile, you can find your rendered video in your camera roll, and manually upload it in each destination app or web app.
If you're exporting from desktop, please note your default file save location (and if you have "Keep a copy" selected for your social media destinations, note that export location). You can use that rendered video to similarly share to any destination you wish.
In the future, when exporting from Desktop, you'll find that you can un-check the "Keep a copy" box, and the export count should only decrease on successful publish.
It’s safe to say that we are considering open and closed captions together, so this suggestion now reflects that.
Please continue to weigh in on the value of both or either in the comments below.
To edit titles on iOS, double tap on the text you would like to edit. You can make further edits (font, size, color, etc.) in the "Edit" tab of the titles panel.
Hey Gianni, you should be able to apply a crossfade to a clip that has no adjacent clips. This essentially amounts to an opacity fade and won't affect any of your other clips.
Right now, this is how sharing works on iOS.
YouTube sharing is provided in-app, where you can predefine and schedule your publish. Other destinations attempt to open the corresponding app or share platform.
We know that this experience could be better, and we are planning improvements for this in the future. In the meantime, you will find the destination toggles you're thinking of on desktop.
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Thanks again for the feedback -- it really helps us make Rush better. I'll make sure the team is able to track this bug.
Was this happening on Desktop or on iOS? In either platform, you should be able to click directly on the image in the monitor to allow drag-and-drop manipulation and resize controls. Due to how items are selected, you may have to click on the image in the timeline before doing this.
Alternatively, once your clip is selected, you can open the "Transform" panel and make adjustments using the sliders there.
Hope this helps.
Thanks for the extra information Rico. I'll make sure that the team is aware of this and can track the source to of the issue.
This can happen if the audio is not downloaded to the device. We are working on ways to improve this experience, but in the meantime, please make sure the songs are downloaded by viewing the album/song in Apple Music and pressing the download button.
Rush takes the position that any clips that are stacked in the timeline are inherently related (putting a logo in the corner of your video, picture-in-picture, using opacity overlays to create interesting compositions).
Clips that are added above or below another clip become "Associated" which allows for a robust and hassle-free editing experience, though it can cause confusion in some cases when it's not expected. Associations between clips are created between clips in the main video track and other clips when the beginning of the added clip falls in between the trim boundaries of the main video clip. This happens for audio as well as video clips.
To prevent associated clips from moving around or getting trimmed out/deleted when altering the main clip, you can try:
- Open the track headers and "Lock" the tracks that contain associated clips. Make your edits to the main track, then unlock them.
- Temporarily move the associated clips so that they are no longer associated to the main clip. Make your edits, then move them back into a desired position.
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This is great feedback, and something we appreciate as we continue to refine our touch interactions in Rush.
The way our precision trimming works in Rush 1.0 is by snapping to the CTI. Position your timeline at the point in your sequence where you have a desired trim point (if it's not already, make sure that the clip you want to trim is selected by tapping directly on it in the timeline). Once your CTI is close to the mark, use the Previous/Next Edit Point controls (below the monitor) for frame-by-frame precision. Now that you're on the exact frame you wish to trim to, drag the orange handles directly to the CTI.
Optionally (and something I personally like to do) you can pinch to zoom in to the timeline until it stops, and this will increase the frame-perfect precision that you have (each frame occupies ~5mm).
While we are actively considering ways to improve precision (touch and mouse) in Rush, please continue to chime in here on how useful the tools are, and where they start to break down.