Lightroom Collections become videos in seconds with Adobe Premiere Clip
If you’re a Lightroom user, you are familiar with the organizational, editing, and sharing abilities that Lightroom for mobile offers. Now Lightroom mobile users on both iOS and Android can take their creativity even further with the ability to create a compelling video from a Lightroom mobile collection in just a few seconds, leveraging the power of Adobe Premiere Clip.
This feature (available today in Lightroom on Android with v2.0 and Premiere Clip on Andriod v1.0.3, and available for Lightroom on iOS & Premiere Clip on iOS) enables you to export entire collections from Lightroom mobile to Premiere Clip to create a story that you’ll want to share with others. From within Lightroom, all you have to do is pick a collection and select “Create a Video in Clip” and Premiere Clip will automatically create an awesome video for you, synced to the beat of the music.
Here’s how simple it is: Open Lightroom on mobile. Pick a collection. Click on More Options.
Select “Create a Video in Clip”. This will automatically launch Adobe Premiere Clip and create a video from your collection matched with one of Clip’s royalty-free soundtracks. Note that to enable this multi-app workflow, you’ll need to log in to Lightroom with your Adobe ID. Log in with your existing Creative Cloud account, or create an Adobe ID for free.
You can customize your video by choosing a different soundtrack, adjusting the pace of the soundtrack sync, rearranging the order of photos, or adding more media. Want more creative control? Move into the freeform editor by tapping the film icon to make more refined edits, add Looks, and more.
In this video, Terry White shows off just how easy it is to create a video using your Lightroom assets:
Signing up for a free trial of Lightroom or Premiere Pro on your desktop or laptop computer adds the ability to synchronize files, edits, and projects from your mobile device to your desktop or laptop computer. Start a free trial today!
If you have large Lightroom collections, please note that Premiere Clip currently imports the first 100 photos in a collection. If you have more images than that, once you are in your Premiere Clip video project, tap on the “+” icon and select “Lightroom” to add additional assets from your collection.