Video is here is to stay, and we are all finding new and innovative ways to employ video to complement our teaching and learning in practice, but what about the dreaded post-production required?

There is a plethora of tools available, with a range different features, and with varying degrees of complexity. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a tool that gave you the power of a professional editing suite, but without all the fuss? We found one, its approved and available to you.

Introducing, Adobe Premiere Rush.

Premiere Rush is modelled on Adobe’s editing suite Premiere Pro, but simplified.

Right from the start, the process is as easy as ‘Select, click, drag, export’. If you have videos where you need to cut away parts, or merge several videos into one, you’ll be able to do this in minutes.

If you need to do any video editing at all, this is the tool for you. It is free for all Griffith staff, and it can be installed on multiple computers so you can work from home if you need to. It is even available on iPads! Using the Creative Cloud Sync, you can start editing something on your iPad, and continue editing on your computer later.

To assist you with this, and more, Learning Futures have created some video tutorials. The first video will take you through the process of setting up an Adobe Creative Cloud account and downloading the software, while the other videos will tackle different ways of using Premiere Rush.

Please note: you will need to sign in to ExLNT (Explore Learning & Teaching) to access the full entry. 

Creating a Creative Cloud Account

Start Editing

Adding Titles, Editing Audio and Adding Transitions

More information about Adobe Premiere Rush, along with our video tutorials, can be found on Explore Learning & Teaching (ExLNT) here.

Find out more about using the Griffith CYO Studios to produce your video content here.

Contributed by Espen Dammen, Learning Futures.