Adobe has updated Premiere Rush its “all-in-one, cross-device video editing app,” to allow creators to share their videos directly to TikTok.
Premiere Rush, launched over a year ago, is Adobe’s “all-in-one, cross-device video editing app” that makes it easy for users to create and share video content online. It works on both mobile and desktop and even syncs all projects and edits to the cloud, automatically, giving creators the freedom to work from anywhere and share from anywhere.
Following its big Creative Cloud app updates earlier this week, the latest version of Premiere Rush is the first third-party app with the ability to publish directly to TikTok. In the announcement of its partnership with TikTok, Adobe explains that “Rush has all the same amazing editing functionality you know and love—think auto-ducking, transitions and color filters, and speed ramping (timelapse and slo-mo).”
This, of course, includes the ability to share the content to social channels right from within the app. TikTok is the latest channel to be included.
Take a look at the video below to find out how to use the new version of Adobe’s Premiere Rush to share your video content to TikTok.
Creators can use Rush to shoot content on iOS or Android when they’re out and about, edit it, and share. If they want to make any other edits later on, videos are automatically synced to the cloud to be available on Premiere Rush for desktop.
Rush lets creators do things like easily change the aspect ratio of their videos, and even export in 9:16. This is the perfect aspect ratio for TikTok. Furthermore, creators can choose from 100s of MOGRTs, various color filters, and even include multiple transitions in their videos before exporting to TikTok and more.
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