Adobe Premiere Rush Will get Native Assist for Apple Silicon Macs

Adobe Premiere Rush is now available on M1 Macs.

Adobe has improved its video editing software one by one. And now Premiere Rush has received its update. In addition to several performance and stability improvements, it also received native support for Apple Silicon Macs.

Adobe's Lightweight Video Editor is now available on M1 Macs

Adobe Premiere Rush was originally developed for mobile devices. However, the latest update means that it is now also available for M1 Mac owners. This application is now ready to run on Apple Silicon Macs, including recently released ones such as the Mac mini M1, MacBook Air M1, and MacBook Pro M1.

Related: Adobe Premiere Rush vs. Adobe Premiere Pro: Which Should You Use?

This video editor also offers improved editing performance and faster export times on Apple M1 computers. All popular file formats are also supported, so you can be sure that the transition from previous generation Macs will be a smooth one.

In addition, projects can be synchronized between all devices so that you can work simultaneously on all systems supported by Adobe: iOS, Android, Apple Intel, Apple M1 and Windows.

As noted in the Adobe Premiere Rush changelog, this update made additional changes:

  • Timeline context menu for iOS. All you need to do for the context menu to appear on iOS is tap on a video clip on the timeline. In this menu you can make some important changes such as: B. splitting, deleting or duplicating a video. You can also separate the video clip from the audio using the context menu.
  • Improved reset function. In the iOS or Android app, resetting for color, audio and transformations removes all adjustments. If you're using the desktop version of the app, clicking Reset for Color will undo all color changes.
  • Support for new Android devices. Premiere Rush is now available for Samsung Note 20/20+ phones.

Adobe Premiere Pro has also been updated

Adobe Premiere Pro has also received an update (to version 15.1), but it is not as extensive as the one that Premiere Rush received. The two most important changes that have been made include the preview of Dynamic Lumetri and improved export times for the H.264 / HEVC formats on Windows.

Related topics: How to organize projects in Adobe Premiere Pro

This application does not yet have a native version for Apple Silicon Macs. However, Adobe has already released a public beta of Premiere Pro with native support for M1 Macs, so it shouldn't take too long for the full version to be available.

You can now run Adobe Photoshop natively on your M1 Mac

Many Photoshop functions are now 1.5 times faster on M1 Macs than on previous Intel-based systems.

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