Why you’ll love Premiere Clip
Now that Meagan has shown off Premiere Clip off at the AdobeMAX opening keynote in LA, we can tell you some more about Premiere Clip.
Premiere Clip is for creative pros looking for a simple editing workflow – or for anyone with captured video clips that go unwatched because working with them in full professional editing software just seems like too much effort.
Premiere Clip to create beautifully edited videos right on your device. Just grab clips and still images, drop them into the order you like, trim out the bits you don’t want, and add audio and color effects for a beautiful end result. Easy as that!
Work with video and images already on your device, or those you have stored on Adobe Creative Cloud. You can also shoot new video shots right within Premiere Clip.
You’ll find that while easy to use, Premiere Clip gives you really powerful tools to make sure your finished video looks and sounds terrific. Set the mood by using one of the included music themes, or by adding your own audio file. Automatic audio ducking lets voices shine even when adding a musical cue. Add cinema-quality color treatments to your video with a single tap. Adjust lighting or add slow motion effects. And add other finishing touches too, like fades or transitions. Check out the Premiere Clip learning content here for all the details on how to accomplish these tasks.
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 profile.
Once you’ve completed a video, share it with your audience on favorite social channels, or save it to your camera roll. Links to your Adobe Premiere Clip videos can be shared in a clean, unbranded way.
Want to take a project further? Sending it to Adobe Premiere Pro for further editing 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 then open the sequence with the project name.
In the Apple App Store, Premiere Clip is available now 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. If you’re unsure of your device’s model, check the model number on the back of your device and consult Apple’s guide for iPads, iPhones, and iPods.
That’s the quick story. For more info, go to www.adobe.com/go/premiereclip. And of course, watch this blog – in days to come we’ll be sharing our thoughts, tips, and questions with you – and hope you’ll do the same!