Is there a way to add keyframes, specially on the Transform Tools, to a clip in Premiere Rush?
I couldn't find it on the tutorials.
Welcome to the Rush forum, Claudio. Rush 1.0 does not support keyframing. We've heard this request from beta testers and others, so I'm sure it's on our roadmap, but I'm not in a position to know when we plan to add the feature.
Hey Mark, that’s a shame. I was just trying to interpolate some footage in the app. I think the ability to manipulate time to post videos to social media on the fly (ie directly from your phone) ought to be a key feature in Rush CC. Can this be taken as a feature request or should I go via the usu channels?
Hi Goats Head Stew,
The Rush team is already working on it. It will be added to Rush in a future update.
Hi Rameez Khan, Is there any update eta on keyframing in Rush CC for iOS Since February?
For my needs, keyframing is a pass/fail for making the switch and I’m really open to trying a shift from Videoleap to Rush CC.
Any information you can provide would be exciting on this upcoming feature’s availability?
Are you looking for manual keyframing like Premiere Pro or speed changes to be precise?
The team is actively working on speed changes (slow-down a clip) for a future version of Rush. Sorry, I don't have a particular date but it is coming very soon.
Thank you so much for a prompt in-depth reply Rameez!
The speed change is a great feature and I can see that being something to prioritize over a more intensive manual keyframing feature.
I was talking more about the manual keyframing of elements on the timeline. The ability to set keyframes on an object to be able to adjust attributes like positioning, alpha, size, etc, on screen is something I love with VideoLeap and it makes my IG Stories pop with something that stands out uniquely.
For instance, I sent a Happy Birthday IG Story out to a follower and said "look I made you a cake" and I move my open hand up into frame while keyframing the birthday cake frame-by-frame to follow my hand like it's sitting on it. It's these awesome little touches that keyframing gives me the abliity to add into clips that keeps me with them.
I'm hoping to gain that functionality to make the full shift to Adobe on my iPhone/iPad. I use Lightroom CC as well and being able to play inside the Creative Cloud with the Adobe suite completely from my iPhone is the absolute dream. That's what I'm aiming for in this feature inclusion.
Thanks again for taking the time to reply to my request!
P.S. if you wanna see examples of what I mean here, check out @wadesellers on Instagram.
Thanks for getting back. Right now, the Rush team is working on speed ramping and I'm sure manual keyframing would be on the radar. However, I don't expect that to be included soon enough because keyframing is more of a "pro" feature and the target audience for Rush (right now) might not want to get into a more intensive task of manual keyframing as you pointed out above. That said, there are a few threads on User Voice - our platform for user feedback and bug reports. The product management actively moderates the platform and the feature requests with more votes get picked up higher in the order.
Here is the link to the keyframe feature request: Add keyframes to animate transform properties please – Adobe video & audio apps
I'd recommend that you upvote it too.
Rameez… that’s wonderful feedback and I since went on that link and added
my 2 cents. Thanks for that tip off. I really appreciate the level of
support and personal care to my request you replied back with. Thanks!
On June 19, 2019 at 10:21:53 PM, Rameez Khan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Happy to help, Wade.
Hi there, just to add to the conversation this is still a much needed update. I'd love to stop paying for videoleap. Keyframes are definitely a basic and necessary feature. Speed ramping could've been solved this way, also reframing, fades and everything else. We don't need separate effects for everything just the ability to manipulate what's already in the app.
Ps. Love the way audio is being handled on the added speed feature. Is there a way to repitch audio automatically like this is PP?
As a video editor, I love Rush. It has alot of features that cant be found in other mobile editing softwares and I use it primarily because it gives me the ability to do alot of my video editing on mobile devices, not just on the go. As tablets and my phone slowly begin to phase out my desktop usage, I find myself wanting for apps that can help me make full use of these stronger CPU's. Lumafusion has keyframing, and thats iOS centric. I want to keep myself android, and Rush is the best Andoid option. But without keyframing its a hard sell. Once, ages ago, mobile editing may have been for quick edits, but in this day alot of people turn to it for even more professional usage. I'd like to see keyframing pretty badly
It has been TWO YEARS since the first wave of requests for key framing. I purposely purchased the "New" iPad Pro 2019 based on Adobe's promise to develope for THIS device. I HAVE been a Small Business Creative Cloud customer since its' inception. That is a CRAP TON of money wasted because of development delays. Time to buck up or I want some refunds. And not JUST on Rush but photoshop and other apps. WHERE ARE THE DELIVERABLES?!?
So... I'm guessing still no keyframes in Rush? lol. I'm just kind of getting in to video editing, still sticking with photoshop for now with photo plan in CC. But, would really like to key frame overlay images for rotation, movement, opacity, etc. Any news?
So, I couldn't ever find anything on keyframes, so downloaded the free filmora pro and exported only to find a large banner across the video. So, started the premiere pro trial only to get a "system issues found" error and that my gpus (intel and nvidia) drivers aren't compatible. Then, started looking in to that and apparently my gpu is 'the 4th gen' and premiere now 'requires' the '6th gen'...... like.... holy hell... just want something I can do some keyframing in to have some arrows track something in a simple little clip without a watermark and without dropping a couple hundred or subscribe, lol. I've seen several posts regarding my thinkpad w541 and premiere pro and there's a mix of people just furious at adobe because the subscription is making their computers obsolete and wanting a stand alone copy of PS, PR, etc, to someone just running with the error warning, to people swapping out their video cards... lol