Ah—just in time for me to play with speed in the dronie I took last week: Premiere Rush has added the ability to selectively speed up & slow down chunks of footage via its iOS, Android, and desktop versions.
Our #1 requested feature is available today in version 1.2 — Speed!
Slow down or speed up footage, add adjustable ramps, and maintain audio pitch — speed in Rush is intuitive for the first-time video creator, yet powerful enough to satisfy video pros who are editing on the go.
Check out the quick sample below & dig into details here.
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🎬 Rush (the video editing app I work on) just got a HUGE update: speed controls! You can now slow down and speed up footage + add adjustable ramps on both video & audio clips. I’ve been playing with it for the past few months in beta and it’s been a blast. 📱 The craziest part is that this is all possible on your computer, iPad and iOS/Android phone. Rush stores video projects in the cloud so you can work across all your devices, nuts. 💭 We’ve all seen our friends and family become photographers thanks to our smartphones. Right now, the same thing is happening with video. The era of serious mobile creativity is here, I’m pretty excited to be a part of it 💪📱 🎵Thanks @ianbennettdesigns for the awesome music track! #madewithtush #premiererush #adobe #gopro #adoberush
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