Is it possible to import licensed Adobe Stock images into a Pr Rush project?

Community Beginner ,
Feb 01, 2019 Feb 01, 2019

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I have tons of images I licensed from Adobe Stock and would like to use them in a video. I would like to try Premier Rush, but don't know how to import this media into my file...? It's not part of my CC files - it's my licensed stock images. Does anyone know how to do this?

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Community Beginner , Feb 05, 2019 Feb 05, 2019
Apparently you can download them - which I never had done because defeats the whole CC purpose. That's what I did and then imported it to the video file. I didn't have enough luck with Rush though, and am working in Premier Pro instead. I'll be waiting for the next updates for a bit more flexibility within the program. Things like basic movement/keyframes, and blending modes would be amazing but still simple, and access to my Stock images would be great.. - isn't that a must in all Adobe apps!?1...

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Adobe Employee ,
Feb 04, 2019 Feb 04, 2019

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Hey SalDesignStudio!

I haven't ever used Adobe Stock images in my videos before! Can you download them to your hard drive at all or is that not permitted? I know it's kind of silly for an Adobe employee to be asking you that but here we are, hahah.

Let me know! Happy to help if I can.

Caroline

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Apparently you can download them - which I never had done because defeats the whole CC purpose. That's what I did and then imported it to the video file. I didn't have enough luck with Rush though, and am working in Premier Pro instead. I'll be waiting for the next updates for a bit more flexibility within the program. Things like basic movement/keyframes, and blending modes would be amazing but still simple, and access to my Stock images would be great.. - isn't that a must in all Adobe apps!?1?

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Yep, keyframing's on the to-do list. Rush is still in its very early stages of development and we're accepting feature requests here. Feel free to request anything you'd like!

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