Adobe’s Project Rush is a new all-in-one app for video creators
If you’ve ever had to work on video project, the wealth of options can be frustrating. Software like Adobe’s Premiere and After Effects are both industry standards, but they’re expensive and the learning curve can be daunting. Project Rush is Adobe’s attempt to combine the best features of its professional production software into one app. You can capture edit video like Premiere, add motion graphics and special effects like After Effects, or master audio like Audition. It can also integrate Adobe Stock so you always have access to free templates to work with and you can share to social media… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Adobe
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