Adobe has released its much-adored Adobe Premiere Clip video editing program for Android devices. The program that was only accessible on iOS has transitioned to Android. With good user friendly tools available, you will have more control over editing your videos and make it look cool in just minutes. Adobe finally released Premiere app an year after its iOS release.
Much like its iOS counterpart which was released a year ago, Premiere Clip video editor that is totally free and comes with a variety of Premiere features including the ability to trim videos, add effects and lighting adjustments. Adobe realises that it could get more clunky to edit a video on a small display, and that’s the reason why the program allows you to drag and drop pictures and clips.
The program also allows you to fix their pace and add soundtracks as stated in its description. There is an attribute called “Smart Volume” that lets you smooth the level of the audio to balance soundtracks, and the sound levels between clips along with your sound. The organization has placed emphasis on the sharing facet, making videos “immediately shareable”, which can be shared to social media accounts from within the app.
Within recent months, Adobe has, nevertheless, become focused on mobile platforms. It started Capture CC and Illustrator Draw apps for mobile devices. Finally everyone can edit videos without needing to open its desktop application. Although, it might be a bit late to release for android, Adobe has finally reached vast majority of people with this android version.
When it comes to getting things done, cut out whatever you do not desire in the videos, the User Interface of the app uses an easy drag and drop system to add or remove effects more easily. Users also can correct exposure. You can also export your Premiere Clip videos to Premiere Pro desktop application.
Click here to download Premiere Clip for android.