Adobe recently announced Project Rush, its new video editing tool that will combine several of their well-known programs – Premiere Pro, Audition and After Effects.

Project Rush will provide users with video and sound tools in one place, as well as options to add additional elements to them without having to go out of the program or to switch from one program to another to edit specific video elements on which they work.

Rush will be available in both mobile and desktop computing versions, and work on projects will synchronize between devices so that users can, for example, start a project on the desktop and finish it on their phone or tablet and then immediately publish it on some from popular online platforms, including YouTube, Facebook and Instagram.

Project Rush is on the market until the end of the year, and all interested users can sign up for the beta now, which is already active on Mac, Windows and iOS platforms.

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