I don't understand how Adobe can create something as wonderful and robust as their desktop applications, but these last few "light" apps are just awful.
Even Lightroom CC is missing some core functionality of the original Lightroom.
So why is it that Rush doesn't have a dedicated track add/subtract options? Why can't I move a piece of media without affecting all the media above it? That's just insane. I want to be able to move tracks around without it trying to auto-collapse the timeline. And despite all it's flaws it still manages to hog up all of my computer's memory and cpu.
I get that it's supposed to be more user friendly, but even Windows Movie Maker was easier to control.
That's the obvious work around... but when I just want to clip together a social media post I don't want to have to make an entire hirearchy of files and folders and media links just to put together a 1 minute TikTok or Instagram video.
I thought the idea of "Premiere Rush" was to make it easy and fast (hence "rush") to make these kinds of videos.
You can start putting your video together in Rush and then open that Rush project up in Premiere Pro to do more with it. You don't have to relink or rebuild anything--open Premiere Pro and on the lower left side of the Home screen, click "Open Premiere Rush Project."
I truly think you're not grasping my point.
I see that you're relatively new to posting here, so you may not realize that this is a user-to-user forum. I'm a user who is volunteering my time to help users like you. (Adobe Employees have the Adobe logo over their profile picture and they are labeled as Adobe Employees). So I'm hoping that information might help reframe my post in that I'm trying to make recommendations for your benefit. You're welcome to use the information or not, but I hope that I was able to help clarify that you don't have to rework what you made in Rush if you'd like to access more robust features in Premiere Pro.