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Export preset Android rush

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Feb 06, 2020

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Hi,in having a issue with Adobe rush for samsung where i can't create  my own custom preset for export my videos.

for example i want to create a preset for 60 fps but i can't find the proper menu  on my app.

Thanos for helping😊

Rush automatically matches the sequence properites to the first video clip selected at project-creation or sequence-creation time. So if you make sure to create your project from a clip that is 60fps, then your sequence will be that frame rate. 

When you export, Rush defaults to matching the sequence's properites. So your 60fps sequence will be exported at 60fps (unless, of course, you select the 1080/30 or 720/30 preset).

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Export preset Android rush

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Hi,in having a issue with Adobe rush for samsung where i can't create  my own custom preset for export my videos.

for example i want to create a preset for 60 fps but i can't find the proper menu  on my app.

Thanos for helping😊

Rush automatically matches the sequence properites to the first video clip selected at project-creation or sequence-creation time. So if you make sure to create your project from a clip that is 60fps, then your sequence will be that frame rate. 

When you export, Rush defaults to matching the sequence's properites. So your 60fps sequence will be exported at 60fps (unless, of course, you select the 1080/30 or 720/30 preset).

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"Thanos for helping"?! 😉

You can't create custom export resolutions with Rush.

 

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Sorry,its a fault of the auto-corrector on my phone.
That feature will be implemented later or not?
Thanks!

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Hi Christian,

We appreciate you writing in. As of now, Premiere Rush does not have this feature but you can let our product team know about this by adding your voice here: https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/916423-premiere-rush

Let us know if you've any questions.

Thanks,

Kartika

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Rush automatically matches the sequence properites to the first video clip selected at project-creation or sequence-creation time. So if you make sure to create your project from a clip that is 60fps, then your sequence will be that frame rate. 

When you export, Rush defaults to matching the sequence's properites. So your 60fps sequence will be exported at 60fps (unless, of course, you select the 1080/30 or 720/30 preset).

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