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Review: Adobe Premiere Rush

Adobe have released a mobile version of their preeminent video editor Premiere! This is big news for fans of Adobe products, but it comes at a premium price of $10 per month. YouTuber Christopher Lawley takes a look at the new app and compares it to LumaFusion.

Video Description:

Let’s take a look at Adobe Premiere Rush a new cross platform video editing app.

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Reader Comments 5

Well, it’s included in some Creative Cloud licenses. And some of us have access extremely cheap academic licenses (10$/year for the whole suite).
$10 a year for the whole suite? Sheesh! I could start a college and still save a fortune!
$10 per MONTH.

And I will never.
October 17, 2018  | person dysamoria
Oh wait, schools get it for $10 a year??

Anyway, subscription software sucks regardless.
October 17, 2018  | person dysamoria
Not to derail into a topic about subscriptions, but I'd like to see a hybrid approach.

Where you could purchase licenses of differing lengths:

10 year
5 year
1 year
6 mo

That way, you can "invest" if you know you are going to use it for the long haul. Or buy shorter if you just need it for a project, or want to tap out and get something else after some years.

But the model of buying updates has always felt like a really nice way of continuing to support a developer.
October 18, 2018  | favorite_border stub

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