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October 22, 2014 /Mobile /

Introducing Adobe Premiere Clip

Ever felt intimidated by the prospect of putting together a video project? With Premiere Clip, Adobe wants to make video accessible to all creative professionals.

Adobe Premiere Clip is our brand new (and free!) app that lets you, in a few quick steps, turn clips and images from your iPhone or iPad into polished videos, and then share them with friends, family, clients, and the world at large. It’s a powerful tool for creative pros; and for established video pros, the app makes it easy to create edits on-the-go and draft a project for further refining in Adobe Premiere Pro CC.

Watch the Premiere Clip demo from the mobile apps keynote at Adobe MAX:
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With its simple editing workflow, it’s easy to work with assets  already on your device or those you have stored on Adobe Creative Cloud. You can also shoot new video from within Premiere Clip: Just grab clips and still images, drop them into the order you like, trim out the bits you don’t want. Set the mood by using one of the included music themes or by adding your own audio file.  Add cinema-quality color treatments to your video with a single tap. Adjust lighting or add slow motion effects and other finishing touches like fades or transitions.

Dave Werner’s Made With Clip video of Adobe MAX:

You can even work on your project across devices (starting on your your iPhone and then switching to your iPad, for example) thanks to automatic syncing of projects and media through your Creative Cloud Creative Profile.

Once you’ve completed a video, share it with your audience through social media, your website, or any number of other platforms.

Want to take a project further? Sending it to Premiere Pro CC is easy too. Through the app’s Edit in Premiere Pro sharing feature, send everything in your project as a group of files to the Creative Cloud Assets folder on your desktop. Once the files have been synced to your desktop, simply open the XML file with Adobe Premiere Pro, and open the sequence with the project name.

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Still not sure where to begin? Try one of our Reviewer’s Guides to help you get started. These guides breakdown some of the conventions of different types of videos and can kickstart your pre-production with pointers on creating a narrative and suggestions for shot composition. All you need to do is fill in your content.

What will you create with Premiere Clip? We can’t wait to see!  Include #MadeWithClip when sharing on social media. Check out the Community Videos page in the app for inspiration and publish your projects as “Public” for a chance to be featured. And, make sure to follow the Premiere Clip Twitter feed and blog for news, highlights, tips, and tricks.

Premiere Clip is available now in the iTunes App Store for most iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch devices with iOS 7 or later, including iPad 2 or later (mini and retina), iPhones 4S and later, and iPod Touch 5th generation and later. (Unsure of your device model? Check the model number on the back and consult Apple’s guide for iPads, iPhones, and iPods.)


Learn more about Premiere Clip
Download Premiere Clip from the App Store
Follow Premiere Clip on Twitter
Watch Meagan Keane’s demo and see what all the buzz is about

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