Adobe Project Rush is finally available on PCs, tablets, and smartphones

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This summer, we introduced you to Adobe Project Rush, Adobe’s video editing application, available in beta. Discover today the version finally launched, Adobe Premiere Rush, for PC, Mac, tablets and iOS smartphones.

At the Adobe Max annual conference in Los Angeles, the company took the opportunity to announce the launch of its new cross-platform application. For the moment, users on Android wait, the Android version only coming next year.

Other enhancements that will be implemented by next year include video speed controls, and a simultaneous publishing feature, allowing video content to be delivered to multiple platforms at the same time.

Synchronization is done on all platforms, and you will find the same tools no matter what device you use, so you can easily switch from one currency to another and continue your project where you left off. Touch screen enthusiasts will be satisfied, as the software has been designed specifically for this purpose.

You can find integrated publishing tools, for social networks such as Facebook and Youtube, but also the integration of Youtube-specific features, such as publication planning.

Users who already have Adobe Creative Cloud and Dropbox will benefit from some useful tools, such as importing footage and sounds from their accounts.

For more details on the tool, feel free to read our beta test last summer and download Adobe Premiere Rush directly by subscription or in its free test version.

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