How To Apply For Adobe Project Rush Beta

Video content is all the rage nowadays, so much so that everyone from seasoned content creators to video editing novices are jumping onto the platform. As video becomes increasingly prolific, so does the quality of the content. You may have pegged down the basics of video production, but if you’re looking to step up your game, you’re going to have to polish those video editing skills. While a tool is only as good as its user, the former having a lower learning curve does indeed help.

That must be what the folks over at Adobe were thinking when they kicked off Project Rush – a cross-platform video editor tailored for simplicity and ease, and the company’s answer to Apple’s iMovie.

Slated for a release before the end of 2018 as both a standalone offering on Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android, and part of the Creative Cloud suite, the app is an all-in-one solution for the video editing newbie and avid social media user. If you too are an aspiring video editor, or a seasoned one looking for greater ease in your workflow, you’ll be pleased to know that Adobe is gearing up to offer early access to the upcoming app. Here’s how to apply for the Project Rush beta.

  1. Head on over to adobe.com/products/project-rush.html.
  2. Click the Apply now button.
  3. Fill out the beta application form, and hit Apply Now when you’re done.

That’s all there is to it! All you have to do now is wait. Adobe will review your application and if you make the cut, the company will send you an invite to try out the beta release as soon as it is ready.

Let’s hope that’s soon!

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Sameed Khan

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