In its Max Conference yesterday, Adobe announced three new applications focused on cross-platform performance.
The Adobe-held conference happened in Los Angeles, the company announced some new features and application for its users.
Great And Innovative Things Are On Its Way
The conference began with an announcement of upcoming new video-editing application for the Adobe users. The application is designed to make video creation easier. We all know how tough it gets to edit a video, but with this new application, I believe we will have a helping hand right there.
This announcement was followed by news of a new iPad version of Photoshop CC and Project Gemini. This new IPad-version Photoshop will be accompanied by a drawing app designed for the iPad.
Adobe Premier Rush CC Is More Than Just An Editing Application
Let’s dig a little deeper into what the above brand new and much-hyped application; Adobe Premiere Rush CC.
This application announced in Adobe Conference 2018, is designed to make video-editing on mobile, tablets as well as laptops and desktops much easier. Moreover, All projects which are started on Premiere Rush CC are compatible with the full Premiere Pro version as well.
If you’re handling a social media page that needs frequently edited videos to be published or whether you’re an expert that does this for a living, this application will cater all your needs for professional fast video-editing.
The application will support video sharing on social media platforms like YouTube and Instagram as soon as the video is edited and rendered.
And apart from its social-media-friendly nature, the new application constitutes of added machine learning and AI features. The program also has a motion graphics templates built-in to allow editors to create titles, end credits etc for their video.
Now, we know how heavenly it will get for the editing experts to edit their videos as soon as the application comes out. And here the good news you were waiting for:
The brand new Premiere Rush CC will be available on Windows and macOS and via the iOS App Store starting October 15. (Full Story)