This year at YouTube’s VidCon conference, Adobe has revealed its new all-in-one video editing app, named “Project Rush”, which allows people to create videos from anywhere.
Releasing its beta version for now, Adobe invites creators to test the new video app and “wow their followers with professionally-designed animated titles” that can be found in the new app.
Project Rush is designed to make editing and sharing online videos quicker and easier. What is more, it doesn’t require any professional knowledge of current video editing tools.
It’s users will be able to create thumbnails and share videos on various social media platforms including YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Vimeo, Snapchat and Twitter directly from the app.
The new video app is working on all devices such as mobile phone, tablet and desktop. As edits made in the app can automatically be synced to the Cloud, users will be able to see their videos’ latest versions on the devices they continue to use.
Together with the creative producer and YouTube star Shameless Maya, Adobe’s Sr. Product Manager Danielle Darby has introduced Project Rush at VidConUs 2018. They gave a bit more information about the new app and its features.
Here you can watch the video:
Steve Forde, Adobe’s Head of Product Management shared:
Social video creation is the reason we created this product and “creators” aren’t creating just for YouTube or Facebook. They are creating for multiple platforms.
If you are interested in creating amazing videos using the new video app Project Rush, Adobe accepts registrations for beta testers. Here you can sign-up to get a chance to join the beta.
The beta is available for iOS, Mac, and Windows. Adobe also said that an Android beta version will be launched soon.
It seems that Adobe’s new video app will attract YouTubers’ and influencers’ attention as they are always on the go and may not have access to their laptops when they want to make quick edits on their videos.