I have no Adobe Premier skills so was hoping that a simpler tool like Adobe Premier Rush would work for me. All I want to do is take videos and remove repetitive or irrelevant content from them. I.e delete a few seconds here and there. But the save time - the render time always takes ages. Does a video have to completely re-rendered if you just remove seconds of it? Is there no quicker way to save the resulting video file?
I am directly connected to the internet. But isn't this operation happening locally anyway? The source is a .mp4 that I've created and downloaded to my local disk.
The video I last tried was about 2 hours long, but the very long render happens whatever the video length. Even for a short 15 minute video the render takes place when I think it should not, as I am only removing a few seconds of video here and there.
Is there a product that Adobe makes that can do simple operations like this without re-rendering the whole file. Maybe I am using the wrong product?