Can Rush be used for screen capture recording by people making tutorials?
Welcome to the Rush community.
When you say screen capture, do you mean to say recording the iPhone/iPad screen, just as one would capture gameplay footage on a computer?
If that's what you want to do, you can follow these steps:
1. Record the screen of your iOS device: How to record the screen on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch - Apple Support
2. This would save the screen capture to the Camera Roll as a video file.
3. Import that video file in Rush and edit it.
Hope this helps.
I figured as much (using Quicktime for screen recording and then importing the clips into Premiere Rush), but it would be nice if Premiere Rush included screen recording capability, at least for convenience sake.
I want to create Photoshop tutorials and capture the video on screen to make my basic clips prior to editing.
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Though Rush does not have a built in screen capture tool, the built-in iOS screen capture feature is very simple and convenient. The link that Rameez provided explains how to get the Record button added to the iOS Control Center and then how to make a screen recording, but it does not cover how how to access Control Center, which varies from device to device. If you don't know how, please let us know your make and model and we will coach you on how to get to Control Center.
As an employee you should be aware that I went through considerable irritation to get my university to provide me with an Adobe Creative Suite account for producing online lectures only to find that it lacks the basic feature of recording webcam and screen video captures. As a teacher I have been pushed into the role of creating online video content and I was hoping to use your suite of tools to shorten my learning curve. Instead it took 36 hours to have my account activated by my institution with the help of our IT administrator, and I have spent an entire morning searching for how to record my screen and webcam using your software. My plan was to produce a tutorial for my students so they could produce and upload presentations as a remote group project. I know your product has some amazing features but so do GIMP and other open source products. If my first step in the project is to have students record their screen and webcams is to tell them to download OBS Studio then it makes no sense to pay to subscribe to your creative suite. It is possible that my ASUS Zenbook Duo is making it difficult but it appears I am not alone looking for this basic functionality and I am probably better off contacting my IT administrator and cancelling the subscription then wasting anymore time trouble shooting. Your Adobe Animate program looks fascinating but all the time invested in looking for a simple way to record a webcam image to narrate video content as I create it has dulled my appetite. I woke up with the idea of recording several screencasts showing my colleagues how to use Adobe Creative Suite to create and edit content for their language classes has been replaced with a feeling of frustration. I can now understand my universities reluctance to provide this product.
How about on Windows 10?
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Thanks for this Window tip! You just saved me a bunch more searching time. --and AGREED on the desire for this to be an integrated capability in the Adobe Suite of tools.
Thank you! This is very useful but it would be great to be able to screen record in Adobe and have the choice to ignore UI and screen movements. What a shame we don't get access to Adobe Captivate even as full suite Adobe users. A bit dissapointing really.
Every Adobe support person on this thread seems to imagine that someone preparing tutorials would want to do it on their phone... Seems a bit silly. Anyone wishing to prepare a serious tutorial, about a complex computer-based app that runs ON a computer -- with a mouse and normal menus, should not have to record it all on their phone. Pretty basic functionality, and it should not be missing from such an expensive suite.
Ah, the voice of a grown up at last. Of course all this should be possible on a desktop/laptop.