How to Record Video in Adobe Premiere Rush App

How to Record Video in Adobe Premiere Rush App

September 18, 2019 1 By Kailee Schamberger


– Did you know that you can record video inside the Adobe Premiere Rush app? Well, stick around and
I’ll show you just how, coming right up. (upbeat rock music) What’s going on everyone? Claudio here and welcome to a new video. If this is your first time
checkin’ out this channel, well, first of all, thank you and if you wanna see more
videos just like this, consider subscribing to this channel by clicking on the subscribe icon and turning on notifications. As I mentioned at the
start, there is a way that you can actually
capture, record video within the Adobe Premiere Rush app, so that you don’t have to record outside. If you wanna learn more
about Adobe Premiere Rush, you can check out the link up here for a walkthrough tutorial. Now, before starting off, I
wanna give a huge shout out to the Premiere Rush team at Adobe for sending me this
Galaxy S10 to test it out and use it with Adobe Premiere Rush, as well as other Adobe products. (bell dinging)
So, thank you so much. So, without any further ado, let’s go ahead and take
a look on how to record within the Adobe Premiere Rush app. All right, so the first
thing you’ll need to do is tap on the plus sign
to start a new project. And, right here, you have the option to take a video or photo. I’m going to tap on that and
open up the camera options. Now, within the app itself,
you have two options. You can go pro or you can go auto. So, if you just tap on auto, it’s like that little blue
button towards the bottom and let the app do it for you. Now, I wanna kinda walk you
through using the pro features of the camera within Adobe Premiere Rush. So, I’m going to tap on pro here and it opens up the different
features, different options that you can use to record video. The first one you’ll see
is the ISO and shutter so you can adjust exposure right here. It’s set to autoexpose by default. But, if you want to tap on your blue or I should say the little
circle icon in the middle, it will open up the features and let you adjust ISO and shutter speed. Now, that kinda depends
on where you’re at. So, you’ll have to adjust
based on your location. Now, if you’re ever unsure what to do. Just tap on the autoexposure option and let it do it for you. The next feature up is exposure bias. Now, this you can actually let more light into your camera here, but you gotta be careful
not to overexpose. If you slide it too far up, you’re going to see your image
get a little too much white and it’ll be hard to edit afterward. So, kinda slide it, kinda leave it in the middle for now. The next option you’ll
have is your white balance. Now, it’s set to default to auto. You wanna change that, tap on
your square inside the screen and then turn off, just like that and now you’re able to
adjust the temperature. You can, again, warmer, colder and you can slide to like really get kind
of an effect go green and then depending on
what you’re tryin’ do, you can be creative with these options or, again, just set it
to auto white balance. Your next option is to focus. You can adjust from autofocus and manually make it blurry to
focus, that’s a nice effect. You wanna tap on the square and then you’re able to kind
of bring something out of focus and then kind of bring it into focus. Really cool way to be
creative within the app. The next option is zoom
and depending on the device that you’re using like a iPhone 10S Max or like this S10, you can
have two or three lens and have those optical zooms. But, you don’t want to
do is use digital zoom. But then, it’s going to add a lot of grain into your footage. Now, unless that’s the
effect you’re goin’ for, you want clarity you want it
to be as sharp as possible and if you wanna add some kind
of grunge effect afterwards then you can do that. But, you can always just make
sure that you use optical zoom and not as much digital zoom. Your last option that you have is changing your frame
rate and resolution. Now, on the S10, I can tap it and choose
4K 1080, 720 and below and use a frame rate of 30. Now, some other devices
may give you options of shooting at 1080 at a higher frame rate like 60 frames per second. It just, again, depends on
the device you’re using. I like shooting at 4K
’cause I can get more shot and then if I want to zoom
in, it’ll still be sharp. So, that is your last option. And then, press the record button and start shooting your video. One of the cool things
available within the app is that you can use the speed option. So, you can slow down
and speed up footage. Now, if you wanna learn more about that, I have a video you can check
out up here at the top. This is a great way to capture video and then drop ’em within
your Rush projects and begin editing right away. I hope this video was helpful and if you have any questions or comments, please do leave it in the
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