Adobe Premiere Clip First Look
As part of my continuing explorations of Adobe Creative Cloud, I chose to check out Adobe Premiere Clip CC – a video editing app. It is a companion app for the desktop version of Premiere. As such, it isn’t as robust of an editor as some other video editing apps. However, I do like the ease of applying a few filters, adding some music, and sharing options.
Here’s my first attempt creating a quick clip with absolutely no background experience with this app. It took about 4 minutes – most of which was trying to decide on an audio clip!
I captured these on my morning walks around Kent, WA. The heron was in downtown Kent at one of our little parks. The eagle was along the Green River a few miles north of downtown Kent.
To create the above, I used two quick videos that I’d previously captured on my phone (a Samsung Galaxy Note 4). In addition to getting clips from my phone, I could have selected video from Lightroom, Creative Cloud, Drobbox, Google Drive, Google Photos, or directly from my camera.
The general process was intuitive and quite easy. And, while the editing features are a bit limited, I really appreciated the ability to share the video to numerous places, including my video gallery, YouTube, Twitter, Creative Cloud, and Premiere.
I have more to check out. I have only spent about 15 minutes total with this app. I can, however, see myself using this for some quick video and I do like how easily it integrates with my Adobe CC subscription.