I am normally using Adobe Premiere with my full Creative Cloud Suite on main Editing desktop PC, but have just bought a 'Lite Windows 10 PC' for travelling. I thought I would just try out Premiere Rush on it as full Premiere would be a bit of a struggle on the CPU I think. There is not that much space on the eMMC memory drive so I don't want the Creative Cloud Sync'd stuff. I have tried three ways to do it and always Creative Cloud Desktop manager is loaded and downloading all my cloud files. Don't want that !". Just the Premiere Rush app that's it
What am I doing wrong - how is this achieved?. Tried all threads but can't see a way.
Welcome to the forum 🙂 I understand that you need to install Premiere Rush without Creative Cloud desktop app. Unfortunately, there is no other way to do that. You need to install Rush from CCDA for licensing and subscription. Feel free to request for this feature here: https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/916423-premiere-rush
Thx for the reply. Having spent some time on this I thought I might be missing something and there was a way to do it. I found a Premiere Rush download link - but of course it downloaded the Creative Cloud Desktop manager as well.
The rationale is simple - for a mobile, ... Premiere Rush is a relatively lightweight app compared to Premiere Pro on a Desktop.
My main reason for buying a small Windows 10 PC is that this gives me two USB3 ports for fast back up of my HD and 4K camera files onto a 4TB hardisk. Plus of course web browsing/email.
Having Creative Cloud download all your work files to sync on a small Windows machine is not needed as Rush should be easy to run on a small PC with limited space.
I'll post a suggestion on User Voice from your link - I think licencing can be managed easily enough surely?. A tweaked Mobile Version would be enough to rough out ideas and sequences whilst away.
Caroline, I tried pausing sync already but that prevented Premiere Rush downloading and working correctly. This is not the solution. We need a true stand alone solution on devices which cannot cope with syncing the whole creative cloud environment. As soon as syncing is enabled to try to complete the Premiere Rush installation it try's to download gigabytes if My Files in parallel.
Need a neater solution for Premiere Rush please - that offers options to turn off certain synced files.