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How to Edit Drone and 4K Footage with your Smartphone in under 20 minutes

Greg Hung, Travel Videographer

How to Edit Drone and 4K Footage with your Smartphone in under 20 minutes

Greg Hung, Travel Videographer

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19 Lessons (1h 56m)
    • 1. Amazing video with smartphone introduction

    • 2. How to improve Videos with your Smartphone

    • 3. Which Device and App to use for mobile editing

    • 4. Great vacation footage with drone

    • 5. Edit drone videos straight from your phone

    • 6. Editing drone footage with dji go app

    • 7. Editing Footage with the Gopro quick app


    • 9. Publishing our Inshot Video to Instagram

    • 10. How to Use Adobe Clip Premiere Small

    • 11. Finished Video using adobe clip

    • 12. Edited with DJI App

    • 13. Edited Using Inshot

    • 14. Maldives Edited with Quick

    • 15. Petronas Inception Created with DJI

    • 16. Introduction to Adobe Premiere Rush


    • 18. Open adobe rush in premiere

    • 19. Mobile editing course summary

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About This Class

This course is designed for freelancers, Drone/ Aerial Videographers, vloggers, and entrepreneurs that want to learn to edit videos on their smartphones using free apps. The video footage could be from a DJI drone, 4K footage from a Mirrorless GH5 camera, or even footage from the smartphone camera itself. The goal is to help you edit and share good videos quickly on your smartphone on social media.

We will also cover a workflow that allows  you to send a video project from your mobile device on Adobe Clip to the Full Version on Adobe Premiere for more intensive video editing when you have more time.

We will use popular apps for both Android and Apple IOS platforms to show you how to edit a good video in under 20 minutes. The apps covered include Gopro Quick, Adobe Clip Premiere, Inshot, and DJI Go App.


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Greg Hung

Travel Videographer


Hi I'm Greg. I'm a South African Canadian Travel Videographer aka Global Citizen. I first got into video filming with a sharp camcorder in high school making my own short films and tennis video and editing on a VHS.  In 2011 in Simon Fraser University (Vancouver Canada) I rediscovered my love for video while filming an earthquake hiphop safety video for a Media Course. 

After I graduated from Simon Fraser University (BA Communications) in Vancouver Canada I went on to pursue a successful IT career working 13 years as an IT manager. I went onto to complete my MBA in Technology Management SFU and found my Entrepreneurial inspiration to start my own travel video business in 2011 during the DSLR video revolution. I sold my downtown Vancouver Apartment, bought an iMac, a Can... See full profile

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1. Amazing video with smartphone introduction: Hi. Welcome to how to film amazing videos with your smartphone in under 20 minutes. This year is an app on a smartphone, whether it's an android or apple phone that allows you to film a great video, whether it's from your big camera warrior drone in under 20 minutes. My name is Greg Hung. I makin any travel videographer. I've been doing this lifestyle full time since 2013 where I started a working holiday in Taiwan with my Canon SLR, and I've seen how fast the technology has improved in cameras since 2013. We have drones now that can film four K footage, but I've also seen how powerful smartphones have become in the past couple of years. I'm using a phone that now has four gigs of RAM, the current process, er, 64 gigabytes of storage. And now we have APS like Adobe clips like In Shot, that allow you to create these amazing videos in under 20 minutes. And in this course, I'm gonna be using these ops to demonstrate how you can use the footage from your drone from these big cameras without having have to resort to video editor on your laptop. Onda, get those videos all quickly on Instagram or YouTube or Facebook. So let's get started 2. How to improve Videos with your Smartphone: Hi, My name is Greg Hung. And believe it or not, I'm filming this video with my smartphone and stick around because I'm going to give you some tips and tricks for how you can fill a great video with your smartphone as well. Okay, now we're gonna look at how I set up the smartphone to get that video. You can see the first thing I've done is I've set up the phone on a mini tripod. You can get these things really cheap and they give stability much better than any person could. And that's my first toe. Get a mini tripod on, sit your phone on it. Next thing is I've got an external light source and at sitting on top of my SLR that SLR is doing nothing. It's just holding the like. You can use a tripod or like Stan, but the main point is you want good lighting lighting that's that's pointing in your direction. So that light actually facing directly on me that makes a huge difference. The next time you want to do is on our phone. You want to switch to manual mode so we can click and okay and you can see we have more options. Open up. We're not gonna cover everything, but I'm gonna cover the basics. This is a lineman bar and what it is, it is giving us a guide. So if you want to make sure this is perfectly straight, we can line it up until we get a green horizontal line. Doesn't have to be perfect, but close enough. You can see I'm getting a green line there. So that's horizontal. Next thing we want to do is take a look at the exposure. I like to leave it zero or plus one or minus one, but try to just keep it as neutral as possible. The eyes Oh, is something we want to change. I like to keep this as low as possible. If I could, I would do I s o 100. But if it's too dark, you can bump it up. I haven't said it 400. So you can just experiment with the ISO and go to war is a higher number if it's a little bit too dark Now, if you don't have an external light source, you can bump up the eyes. So but the higher you're gonna set the I s 02 You're going to get some greeny noisy, noisy nous into the picture. So you want to try to keep that I a solo now, before you hit record, most likely you're gonna have the option to record the different video resolutions in this phone. I hit the gear to open up the settings. I'm gonna go to the camera icon and I'm gonna select full HD 1920 10 80 p Some cameras. You can select the frames per second. The frame rate, this camera. I have the option off sending it to 30 frames per second. 24 frames per second is a film. Look. Now, if you want to slow motion, you could do 60 friends per second. Some cameras even do super slow motion, which is 120 frames per second. Okay. And after that, we can just tap on the phone screen just to make sure that the subject is in focus. And because only have one person I tapped where I would be sitting. So then the camera's lens I would focus on the spot that I'm sitting and then I simply hit record. OK, but wait There's one more thing that I didn't mention, and that's the audio. The audio from the microphones on the smartphones are terrible, and if you want a high quality video, it's important to have high quality audio as well. If you have poor audio and high quality video, it's just going to bring the overall video quality down. What I recommend is to invest in an external microphone. I'm using a lab microphone right now, but you can get something like a live microphone that plugs directly into your smartphone. That's going to improve the sound quality very easily right off the bat, and you can get him for less than $30. There's, Ah, company named Road. They have the Smart lab earlier. That's probably a good option. I haven't tried it out yet, but there are reliable company. I use their coping for my ASL ours, and so those are some tips Overall hike. Improve the production value off your videos using your smartphone. Remember, lighting is important stability. Make sure that you have the right settings on your phone and record with an external sound source because the audio from the phones are not so good. I hope this video helps you improve your smartphone videos. CIA 3. Which Device and App to use for mobile editing : okay, we're gonna talk about which up or device should use. This is such a difficult question these days because people are using so many different types of phones or devices, or you may have a difference preference in app. But I'll just narrow down some of the choices for you just to make life a little bit easier in a complicated world. So we have the two main platforms, and that's Android, which uses the Google play store. And we have Apple, which uses the Apple store on the IOS operating system. So depending on which operating system used or ecosystem, different APS may be available to you. So I'm gonna be using a few different video editing abscess, too. Serve both the android and the Apple users, so we have APS like In Shots. We also have Adobe Premiere Clip, and we're gonna try to dive into D. Jai's editing up a Swell and GoPro's version of the mobile editing up called Quick. So each of these APS have similarities and differences. Most of these APS have the ability to auto generate a very quick video just by selecting or importing the video clips available to you. Some of them will allow you to things like texts or even get more fancy, like adding transitions or different music. Some of the apse have very good music options. Some of the OSCE will allow you to use cloud drive storage like Google Drive or Dropbox, or some of the apse like in shot. They required to actually put in the memory card in the device. So depending on your situation, one app may work better for you than the other. And it also depends. What's your goal with mobile video editing? Is it to maybe just create a quick video? And then, if you're using something like Adobe Clip or Adobe, Premiere Rush or even I movie for your mobile device, you can push that video project to the full blown version off that up. So an example is Adobe Clip, which is a pretty scaled down version. It's pretty simple, but you can at least put down the clips in the project. You can trim them, and then you can push it over to what they call the adobe creative cloud so you can access it from Adobe premiere. If you're using that and then you can do more things with that base project, so that's a nice option. Tohave. Or maybe you just want to create a quick video for Instagram War for Facebook. In that case, something like In Shot or Adobe premiere clip is just fine, so it just depends on what your goal is. But let's start off with Adobe Clip and we're actually go onto the screen off the app and show you how we go through a quick video edit. 4. Great vacation footage with drone: All right, we're gonna talk about how do we get great vacation footage with our drone? Okay, A lot of the friend things here. Of course. We want to make sure we've got the basics covered. You've got a lot of flight time. You're from a familiar with flying with the drone. You don't want to be doing these things when you're on the trip and you're learning how to fly. So if your home and you got the drone, make sure you get plenty of flight time, whether it's at a park or field where there's not a lot of crowds and people. And you can fly under low pressure where you can build up your familiarity and be really quick to do things like find where the video settings are. Because I always like to do my video settings manually, and so you gotta be very familiar and very quick to access. Will settings do things like compass calibration? If you need to do that, how to change the altitude restriction? How to format your memory card. Make sure that you're well prepared While you're on your trip. Make sure you've got everything from your cables, your your drone up whether it's DeGioia and make sure that is up to date, make sure you're your drone. Your remote control your batteries. Yeah, even the batteries have firmer. No, make sure they're always up to date before you go on your trip. And while you're actually on your trip, it's good to have a plan in mind. So think about some of the line marks or things that you want to film. I like to base myself near the line marks. So you give yourself time to scout out of that area, and sometimes you might even end up doing several flights over the course off several days where you fly and you might realize, Oh, maybe I should have flown a little bit longer to get higher up to get a better view. But you won't know those things until you actually do some test flights and you get more comfortable flying around this particular area. To be honest, every situation is going to be different. You know, some buildings that you may want to film require more risk. They might be in urban areas where there might be more people and buildings around, so you have to be comfortable flying with that and be willing to take that risk. You know, the unfortunate thing with Flying drones is that it's a, you know, sometimes more risks, better reward type of scenario. But you know some fundamental things that you can do. Take Andy filters. So here's a set of nd filters, and basically these are sunglasses for your lenses, allowing you to get a more cinematic look. So I like to pop. The zone, especially, is very sunny. If it's early in the morning just before sunrise, I'll put in nd four because it's not super bright. If it's ah, during the daytime, I usually don't fly during the day. But if I have to, I'll use in nd 16 if it's in the late afternoon, just before sunset, maybe nd eight. So the higher the Andy number, the darker it is. Also, another thing to think about is your battery time is limited, and not everyone has the luxury of having, you know, five or six batteries. So one battery will last between, you know, 15 to 18 minutes, depending on the type of drone that you have, depending on how you're flying. So you have a very limited amount of time. Where your drones in the air to film. So it helps to think about before you actually get it up in the air. What type of shots that you plan to get. So if I'm at a particular place, for example, I was at a rooftop bar yesterday, and, um, I only had one battery, and I had to make the most of it. So I ready planned on my mind what it was going to do. I was gonna do a droney fly away from the rooftop to film myself while the drone was flying away. I was gonna do fly over. And if I had time, I was going to do a point of interest shot. So, uh, if you plan those things out how you plan to film before you actually get up in there, you're gonna be a lot more efficient Rather than thinking about, um, what should I do while the drone is flying in the air and you know, the battery is this winding down and you don't want to put yourself under pressure. If there's 10% battery and your AH, 100 meters high in the air uh, you definitely don't want to be in that situation because it can be pretty stressful on. Even though some of the modern drones these days have a lot of technology, they can return to home and they have sensors. I wouldn't rely on that, just like with the big camera. A lot of these newer drones have the ability to now film it high Rez four k so four K 24 frames per second or ultra four K. So I recommend filming at that resolution because it's going to give you more room to work with in post production. But you can also experiment with doing slow motion. You can do HD at 120 frames per second so you can get aerial slow motion. So that's also something you can think about. You can also, um, you know, experiment with different, um, color profiles before you film in the air. I typically just use the standard one. Um, actually, no, I'm wrong. I think I use thesis any D like profile, which is a flat profile. It's gonna take out some of the color so it gives you more room to work within editing, which means more work on the editing side. Okay, so I hope those were some good tips for you to get better vacation footage with your drone . And I wish you the best of luck in flying and make sure you're well prepared. And sometimes the best footage is if you're well prepared and you're the right place at the right time. So sunrise, Google the sunrise time of your destination as well. A sunset. Personally, I prefer to fly at sunrise because the lighting is good. There's less people there and want to get that flight out of the way. You've got, you know, time to charge your batteries and maybe when a flight sunset. But if you don't, you've got that flight in. So you've got less warriors out of your way. 5. Edit drone videos straight from your phone: Okay, You're gonna learn the secret of how you can quickly edit your drone videos straight from your phone. The secret is, if you're using a D giant drone, which is pretty much most of the drone market these days, you have to set up the app to cash the video footage from the drone straight onto your smartphone as well. It on Mackley records, too. The memory card. So there's two ways you can do this. I prefer to just added it straight from the cash video because that's available immediately . Otherwise you're gonna have to take the memory card out of your drone. You're gonna have to pop open the memory card slots and put in that card, which is going to give you, ah, higher resolution video footage. But if you're in the deejay up, I'm just gonna go through here. We're not connected to the drone right now. You don't need to be connected, so what you can do is just enter device and select the camera view, and you want to go to the general settings. You want to make sure that we have these buttons checked. You want to cash locally when recording record audio with video cash. You can do that if you want to. Do you want to capture the audio from the remote controller and you can set the largest video cash capacity so recommends recording it at least two gigabytes. If you have a lot of storage, you can set it up to the maximum possible. So you're gonna end up with large video sizes. Okay, so that's the secret to allowing you're drawn to cash the video footage and after your drone flights in orderto see where that video footage is, you can either go to the DJ. I go for up and go to the main splash page where you see the picture of the drone and you can go over to the editor. You can go actually create a video straight from the DJ IOP, but I'm just going to quickly show you where you can find these videos and photos so we can see over here. I've got some videos and you can actually select them. So from here, you can actually play a back right away, and you can share it straight to social media or what you can do is you can hit that icon in the bottom left to save it to your device, and then you can work with it or you can click clip right there, trim it straight from the phone, select the portion that you want. Select create. Now on automatically just creates a quick clip that you can now share right away. You can change the music straight from here. Save my work. So I mean, that's the setting that you need to set it up. And in the next video lessons, we're going to dive into the DJ IOP and we're going to cover the video from In Shot as well as Adobe Clip. 6. Editing drone footage with dji go app: What's up, Everyone In this video, we're gonna cover another mobile app. Very popular. It's called the D Joy editor. This comes with the same app that you used to fly the popular drones made by DJ I. And to be honest, I don't use it that often. I found it limited in the past two, just allowing you to publish to Sky Pixel, and I think some other social media platforms. But it wouldn't allow me to save a separate file to my device and then allow me to take that follow may be edited on another platform or uploaded somewhere else. And I think things have changed. They've updated the up. I remember before I think the titles were been limited. Now, playing around with this up a bit, I can see that there are more options now, but what limitation our phone is. I mean, one limitation, I have found is that you're limited to working with media from D dry in the Dej I folder because I have an SD card in my phone with my big camera footage and my go pro footage, and this app cannot see that that being said, let's go ahead and just creates a simple video just to go through this. So in the DJ I up, let's just started up from the beginning. So I got the DJ I go for, and then after the splash screen comes up, you can click on editor and, ah, we have two options here. Just like most saps, you can create an auto movie at it so we can click that. Just hit a few clips, click, create video. It's going to go ahead and generate a video and waits automatically creating a music video , somewhat cutting to the beasts on the fades on. You have an option of changing the different themes which I assume will change the music and the way that it's cut. Not that bad. Okay, so you get pretty good at this. You can actually just create something on the fly really quickly to share on social media. You can see the audio is on which we don't want drawing audio, so I can just shut that off over there, and then we have a few other options. So it auto techs here were limited by what we can do with the text and cousins on auto generate modes. We've got a filter, hair ability for HD is disconnected and then we can hit complete, and then it's gonna upload my work to Sky Pixel. So I'm gonna gonna go ahead with that. So I find the order generate options too limited for my use. Anyways, let's go ahead and look at the But we called the movie freeform. So this is creating manual option gives you more flexibility. So we just create a short video here. I'll select three clips. He also ability to select photos and then we click create video. Okay, so I like the layout off their editors. Very intuitive. So basically, you could just drag these timelines. They've got different timeline for each clip. Well, it's actually a vertical layout timeline, and at the very top, you can see the actual entire video project. So there's little rectangles where the play head is that will tell you when it's switching clips. Okay, if you click the pencil or the added icon, you could dig into that clip and do things like adjust the speeds. Contrast. Brightness can add a bit of saturation. Another cool effect is the tilt shifts. You can add Ah, until she left effect. Okay. Check Mark. See, it's got a blurred thin yet, which is pretty cool, and I can trim that slightly. Oops. Okay. And then there is a Nikon between each video clip, and you can use this to do things like transitions. So that's a pretty nice transition I have to say. Okay, so I'm just gonna trim this clip and then speed this up a bit at some saturation, okay? And then I'm gonna change the transition, fade to white, and then the next clip, I just tapping that to go there. I want that clip to be longer so you can trim the clip at the as actual in clipped level. But you have more flexibility when you're on the first screen. Okay, Let's make that longer nice, okay? And then I'll just trim this final portion here. Okay? Let's just try reorder things, so I'm gonna drag and hold down on the clip to reorder it. Okay, so let's play the entire project here. Okay? Well, cycle that fade the block. I think it completely blocked out the third clip. There we go. So a nice little 18 2nd projects and I'm gonna hit complete actually have to say that I like the newer version off the editor. It's a lot more easy to understand some powerful transitions, decent music and, um, seems to work well with the drone footage of The only thing is that you can only work with your dej. I footage. What? There's a DJ I, osmo or any of the other DeGioia drones. So if you're just using it for that purpose, then that's fine. Okay, so let's just say we want to share it out to our deejay projector, Google Drive at the three dots. And assuming you have Google drive, you have a whole set of options. Here. You can click safe to drive, shared through What's up YouTube. Even set it as your Facebook profile or email it to yourself. So a lot of options there and sorry about that Dangi video. Okay, so it's up loading to my Google drive now, so that's how you can share your DJ. I projects. It looks like you have a lot more options now before I think you just used to be able to upload to DJ Eyes platform called Sky Pixel, which none of my friends are really on. I don't think so. It's a lot more useful now, So that's how you can share your DJ I project. And, um, I'm beginning to like this interface a lot more than in the past, But again, you're limited to DJ I footage, but it works well with the footage. There's some good music, good transitions on this app way. 7. Editing Footage with the Gopro quick app: everyone, this is Greg Kung, and in this video, we're going to cover how we can add it. A video with footage shot from GoPro are big camera using the quick app So quick app was developed by go pro and it's available, I believe on android and apple ecosystems And my set up right now is I'm using a show me Redmi Note five This is four gigabytes of Ram. It's got a current CPU process a very powerful and ah, I have plenty of storage which you will need to work with this. I've got an SD card straight from my Panasonic GH five my Marylise camera, but we're gonna be working Wish for that footage shot from a GoPro six. So I'm gonna go ahead and, um, show you a projected I created. And then if we have time, will create a quick new project. So if you want to create a new project is hit the plus. But let's go through. One I've created already is called the Maldives and you can see already have some projects set up on the right hand sides. You can delete them by clicking the trash can or click the pencil if you want to edit. So just play this back and you can see there's some tiles at the bottom here. And what this is are different themes, which will have different ways of cutting or presenting the video. So I'm using the light theme right now on it. Really like this app because he's got some really nice cuts and digital pans and zooms on the transitions on the music. And the themes are pretty exciting. Pretty cutting edge, I think out of compared to most of the other ups, really makes your video look pretty good. So this is footage I shot on the GoPro sex in Maldives. But I've also mixed in some drone footage at the beginning. Okay, so that's my video, so I'm just gonna cover some other options we have here. So if you click the icon that looks like the music note, we have the ability to change the music we can select from the presets. Or if we hit the arrows on the left or right, we can access our music library. I'm just going to stick to the music they provide. If we hit this settings, I can. We have some more options. Who can apply global filter? You can see they have quite a lot. You can add fonts, fan style. You can turn off the altro. Altro is gonna display the quick logo at the end. So a lot of options, actually, to be honest, having export all of them. That's where that is on. If you want to edit the video, you can click the pencil there. Let's just pause the video so we can add text chair. Just click out texts and then type something pretty simple, pretty snappy. And, uh, we can actually trim an individual clip. Let's just throw this. We can highlight a clip, and then, if we want to trim it, click trim. Okay, you can see there's different filters for trimming that Will. Looks like GoPro will trim it based on the filter that de select, and it gives a description here. So if we select the action filters looking for jumps or top speed in the video travels looking for slope hands and people, so that's pretty cool. That's pretty neat. Okay, we also have a plus sign on either side, so that allows you to add an additional clip either from your gallery, these air actually drone footage or albums or you can even connected to Dropbox. So that's pretty powerful. Ah, lot more flexibility than the DJ I up. Sorry, D J. I. Okay, I want to demonstrate something unique. So this clip here, you'll notice the speed O meter icon doesn't light up for some of the other clips, but for this clip, it does weaken. Click there, Theo. Ability to change speeds, find slow, regular lips. I want to delete that. So let's remove. But let's go back to that clip there so we can change it from slow motion to regular and fast on dumb. This might be one of the clips where I shot it at a higher frame rate, 60 frames per second or 120 frames per second. So the software is smart enough to recognize that and give me this speedometer option because this clip is shot with the higher frame rate, so it's something to be aware of. You can change the order of the clips by holding down on the clip and dragging it left her rights. Have other options like rotates split, change the layout to fit or auto minds on auto on takeoff. Blue thief Loop is on is just gonna keep playing one clip over again. Okay, you can highlight a clip. And if one turn off the audio, you can change the mix, which is going to quit audio from the go pro camera, which you don't really want, or you can just turn it off. Okay? And I've got an image there as well. Teoh. So I think I've covered quite a bit. Weaken. Take out the sound there. And ah, let's just take a look at the overall project. So we've covered how to add clips. We've covered how dio and filters at the clip level, how to trim a clip, powdery order and delete clips. So overall, I think this is a pretty powerful editing program with some cool effects. We're at the main screen now, and here's where we can apply different filters. Now, let's click this icon here too. Saver video. And we have an option right over there if we click it to share it out or center to instagram stories. Okay, So I'm gonna go ahead and save this video, and I'm gonna put the actual video right after this so you can watch it so you can see how we can create a quick, powerful video using a mixture off a manual process where we can select the clips we want, how we want to reorder it. Transitions filtering. Um, and the GoPro has some good software built in that allows you to, um, helps save you time by cutting to the beat and recognizes things like higher frame rates. If you shot that with your GoPro and a higher frame rains and ah, at some texts overall, this is a good well balance up for editing your video, not only with go pro footage but also footage from your drone from D dry or your big camera . Just be sure to put in that footage on a mini SD cards and then stick it into your phone. 8. HOW TO USE THE INSHOT APP AND PUBLISH TO YOUTUBE: Hi. In this video, we're gonna do a video edits in the in shot app. I believe this is available for Android as well as the apple. And I've been using this a lot have been using the free version. They do have a pro version where they promise to give you mawr color filters, and they also offer to remove the watermark. But when I create my videos, I'm not seeing any watermark. But we'll go ahead and create a video and see what actually happens. If we go into the settings off this program, you can see we can change the safe path. Good to know if you want to move those files, but this is a nice little program that allows you to create either quick video. And I love the music selection available here. They have really good tracks. You can also headed and photo. They have nice titles as well as create a collage. So let's go ahead and create a video. We're gonna create a new video over here, and I've got the memory card from my big camera in here so we can actually go ahead and select those so we can filter on the media will that we're actually seeing something A select the folder for my big camera and the theme here. I'm gonna select lots of lanterns. Okay, Go ahead and highlights some of those clips. Okay, I think I have enough. And then when you're ready, click the green check box to bring those clips into your timeline. If you hit, play over on the big screen, you can actually play back the project. Okay? It's not gonna play back so smoothly. Sometimes sometimes the phone struggles with the footage and understand. This is very high powered four K footage we're dealing with here shot with the Panasonic GH five and you notice that the sound is in their video. So I'm just going to remove the sound over here just by tapping on that individual clip. Unfortunately, I do not know away at this time to remove audio out of all the clips. That would be a nice feature, but that's how we remove it. And I'll show you something else. Here. If you want toe trim the video clip, you can hit trim and just suggests the line over here and hit the check. Mark. Okay. And we can apply a color filter, but then that color filter only applies to the one clip. So little, um, cork about the software is that if you want apply the color filter, you don't actually highlighted it. You just bring the play head right over the clip. You want a color, and then you click the three circles. So I'm just going to select story phone struggling a little bit over here. Okay, so the filters applied. We can select the strength of the filter. And there's also a few other things we can do with the clip we can at an effect so we can mirror. It's we can flip it. Adam was sick. We can adjust it. So this is where we can add additional situation highlights. So a lot of choices that you could do just on this app. So one of the first things I do when I'm actually creating a videos I laid down the music truck, and this is where I think this app shines because they have a good selection of music from actual individual artists. Theo topped the arrow the down arrow to revealed the use button so I can actually just lay down that track into the projects. And if you hold down that pink bar, which is the music track, you can adjust the placement of the music. So I place the beginning, click the check box, and I'm just gonna quickly take a look at it. So when I'm done trimming the video clips, I'm gonna just adjust the music tracks so that you know it's not. It doesn't continue to play when the videos over case would actually just crash. Don't panic if it crashes. So it actually does leave a say version. Just goto last draft. And it may just remove some clips just to reduce the strain on this app. Okay, okay. So I just top quickly over there and we can delete. So that's high. Delete a clip. Maybe I just delete more more. Okay, so that should make things a bit snap here. So I'm gonna go ahead and reduce the audio from all the clips, and you can see there's other options there and rotates. Copy. You can see that's a long clips. Aachen top trim. Now, when you trim it, you can actually preview it really time, and then you can click the check mark just to confirm it. So played back I saw, I saw that shot trailed off the end. I didn't ended smoothly, so just trim the end there. That's what. So I like toe playback. As I go along the video, you may have a different editing style. So you know what I like about this is that it's quite snappy toe to preview real time. And then you can hit play here to continue. Okay, it's thinking Okay, so I can see the entire length of the video project with just underneath there. It's 23 seconds, so I'll just quickly trim the music so that it's it ends 24 seconds. I can adjust the volume of the music there and select Fade out. Okay, Second C has done a little bit differently than no be clip, but every software is gonna be a little bit different. Okay, so not the smoothest fade out. But at least it does fade out. And, um, you can click the check box. And what's nice about the music is that you can actually copy the credit off the artist so you can copy and paste that straight in the YouTube. And one more thing that we will do is I'll just add some texts. Desa Park City So it's got pretty nice fonts, I have to say, And over here you can adjust How long a place for So this entire bar means it will play for the entire video. But if it's shorter on your place for a short while, second is played back. Teoh Theo. So let's just say I want to change the font. Aiken Tap tap to double click. I can do things like Change the color at some shadow. So more powerful than you think, and you can adjust the forint over there. But I like that one. Cf Quite a good selection of fonts. So often use this program to create thumbnails from my YouTube and, um, yeah, you can adjust the speed by bringing the play head over if you want to just speed up. Okay, so nice short video 20 seconds long. Let's go ahead and save this video, and we have abilities. Select 7 20 p. 10 80 p young a slug 10 80 p and it's going to do its thing. It's gonna show some ads because we have the free version here, and it gives you some progress of how it's doing. We can close this ad and you can see that it saved. You can see the same path so I can publish the straight over the YouTube, which is what I've been doing lately and in YouTube. It gives you more options, but we won't go into that right now. Test in shots put description. So this is where if you copied the music artists name ikan pace. That's that information straight into their. So I'm gonna go ahead and just published that, and I'll give you a little tip here. You can see it's up loading right now. Okay, I'm gonna go back into the project. I'm going to try and copy that. I want to try find that artists for the love okay? And crashed on me anyways over there. Just realized that you can copy the music artists and give them credit, but I recommend downloading a app called Creator Studio or Whitey Studio. So this allows you to manage the YouTube channel if you have one. So this is sort of bonus material giving you here. Over here. See, this is actual video that I operated. You can see it's all ready to go. It's on YouTube. And if we cook the pencil there, we can do things like actually published a video. Aiken able monetization. I can modify description the title tags added to playlists and even publish it right now. So that's how powerful this is. And you can also use in shot to create a thumbnail. I'll just show you really quickly how you can do that. And you can use the creator studio app to fetch that thumb. Neil, that was created in shot. Okay, so if you just use this, Uh, okay, that's my girlfriend, Carol. Maybe she'll be too happy if I publish that. Okay, just just for, um Okay, let's make it black and white there. Just as a sample so we can save this. All right. I can even lay over some texts, which, actually, maybe I will do. Let's do it properly. It's creating you on was just filter this. Okay, drop it in. We can blow out the background looking and add some text over here. That's ah, Park City. And I can go ahead and say that you ever done a vision board if you have. Sorry about that. Okay, so now we can go back into the crater studio up and we can adjust that thumbnail that we just created over there. But actually, I think the ones that YouTube created is actually nicer. So something like that do quite well. So in a slug that. Okay, so we went through quite a bit in a short amount of time. We created a a short 22nd video with some custom music. Using footage from my big camera, the Panasonic GH five on. We went ahead and published that to YouTube. So I hope you see the power off this app for creating something for social media or something for YouTube. And the next video will quickly take the same video and publish it over to Instagram. 9. Publishing our Inshot Video to Instagram: OK, in this video, we're going to take the video we created within shot or it could be any video and go ahead and post it to Instagram. So this is my business account, and we're gonna hit on the plus. Now, you may have a lot of stuff from your phone on. There's a way you can filter that by just looking for the thief. And we can do things like add additional media with it, like photos. I'm just gonna go ahead and click necks. You have the ability to create. Do we can trim the video because it is a little bit longer than usual, where we can even add a cover. We can change the cover we created for YouTube by just clicking on a portion of the video that has a nice cover image. But let's just stick with that so we'll hit next. You can do things like set the location right? A nice tagline. Chinese New Year. And then I like to add hashtag so seen 1 19 smartphone. Did you videography and the name of the area. So if you wait for the hashtag search, you can actually see the number of posts here. And, uh, I think it's a good practice to choose one that's not has too many posts and not two over number. So that's a park. And I've linked my Facebook pages to my instagram, so it's going to do a double Post's, which I recommend. So it's gonna post on my Facebook page, and then we're gonna hit share. Okay, so that's how you can poster in shock video or any video over to Instagram on and have a double host to a Facebook page company page if you have one and that's it. 10. How to Use Adobe Clip Premiere Small: Okay, we are ready to edit our first video on Adobe Clip or Adobe Premiere Clip. I've got the SD card from my big camera in my smartphone, and we're gonna open this up and create a new project. So we hit the plus sign there and then we have a choice of connecting to cloud storage to get her media or the device. So because I have the memory card in here, I can look at the files from my memory card or I can go over the Google drive and it can search for media that I have all my cloud storage, but it really depends on your situation for this demonstration. I'm just going to use the files on my device because it's gonna be faster if you do have things like music. Or I like to put my stock footage curated video clip. So the video clips that have cuts on the cloud so it's just nice to be able to access that I'll just give you a quick look at what that looks like. So you're familiar with it, so I'm just gonna search over here, and it's a little bit hard to view it because it's in ah, tile view. So what would be a lot easier if they listed it out? But over here, we can go over to one of my folders for Bangkok, and you need a fast WiFi connection if you're going to do this because it's actually searching out to the Internet. Where is if if we're just using the device that doesn't need a fast Internet connection, so it's taking quite a while. But I think you get the idea. I'm just gonna council this so we don't have to wait for it. So let's start over again creating new project. Let's use the device and you're gonna have a whole bunch of folders if you're this power smartphone user like me or I'm sure everyone has a lot of photos these days. The folder that is for my big camera is 14 to underscore Greg's. So depending on how your big camera names falls, you're gonna want to search for that. Okay, so we go in the folder here, and Aiken immediately see some of the photos and the video. So I'm gonna grab just randomly some photos and some videos and put together a quick video . So let's just pick some of the food videos. So we have a consistent theme and then I end with some lanterns. Okay, so there's a check box on each clip that have highlighted and selected. Now we can hit, done. And now we have two choices. We can auto generate agreed video. Well, that's what the software says with, but in my experience, it hasn't creating vory great video. But let's go ahead and just give it a try, and then we'll go ahead and try the manual freeform version, which allows you to manually trim and choose the sequence off the video clips. So I just click automatic and you can see I have a watermark. I've set this up in the preferences, but it's automatically created a video already. So this is nice. Let's just hit this icon in the middle to see what it looks like. A thief. Okay, not bad. You can see that it's selected. Ah, soundtrack. I don't think the adobe music libraries are good, but at least it's I'm assuming royalty free music, but we can replace that music either with their own songs, or we can go to the adobe premiere songs. So I just like one of mine. Okay, that sounds a lot better. Okay, so it's recreating the video and you may notice that it's actually cutting the video, according to the beat. And I think that's why it's regenerating the whole video because it's going toe. Listen to this track, and then it's gonna change the cut off the clips based on the beat. Let's check it out. Okay, I would say that's not too bad. It's a good start. So we click this icon here. We have the option to speed this up or slowed down. All right. Now, if we click this icon, we have the choice to change the order of the clips by holding it down and dragging. Or you can add additional clips. Just say, one ad, maybe a clip of wine in there. It's at that at the beginning and then back out. So if we click this icon that looks like the let's just say it's the clipboard for the movie that they used to cut that takes, this will allow us to convert to the free for mode, which is the manual mode, and this will lost to do more things. But if we choose to cancel, we can go ahead and share this video. We have got a number of options here. We can save it. Straits of the phone safety gallery saved to the creative cloud, which is doe bees, cloud storage. If you have an adobe account, we can publish and share, we can send it to Adobe Premiere Pro, and we can also share its trail to YouTube or Twitter. I'm just gonna back out. I want to manually edit this. So we're gonna go back to that icon and select convert to free form. Okay, so this is the free for men. You over here. So it's basically broken down each clip into a tile, and what we can do is on each clip, we have a choice to do a number of things. So first here this is the timeline for the individual clips so we can actually lengthen it , or you can choose a particular trim the clip to the portion that we want. If we go to this icon, we can adjust the exposure off that clip, just the highlights in the shadows. So that's a nice feature. And over here we click that icon, we have the ability to duplicate the clip or split it at the play head or turn it into story card. That's the feature I don't use too often. Um, and what I do like is the ability to weaken change music over here. And this is where we can set the volume of the music we can turn sink to music on. So it's actually gonna trim the clip based on the beats of the soundtracks. Okay, and then there's a feature called Auto Mix and we have audio Fade in, Fade out, which is nice. Okay, if we click over here on this, this icon that whips, let's go back in here. The good thing about this program is it's pretty snappy if you have a phone with good run. So I clicked on this icon here with the three circles, and this is our colorful to area. There's a lot of good choices here, so if you do have the adobe creative clouds, I would recommend using the software because you can is quite powerful for mobile app. And if we clicked the gear, this brings us to our video settings. This gives us some more options. So this is where I selected the actual watermark. So it's actual logo file. It's a PNG file, and it's a PNG for those of you are wondering because it's got a transparent background so I can overlay it on top of the video. And there's other features, like photo motion. This will zooming on the photos so that you're not just getting a still static image. We can fade out the black. We can enable that and to be honest, having used all the options. But you can take a look at them there. And the good thing about the color filter is that if you apply toe one, it applies the whole color filter to the entire project. So let's just double check that. So I selected silk so silk is applied to that Klopas well, usually, when you're video editing and you're planning a full tour, you have to do one by one unless use you highlight the mall or create a group or apply adjustment layer. So with that being done, we also have the ability to change the order or we can even delete the clip. I think there's too many clips with the pan on it. And maybe I want to put shot of the noodles after the parts. So I'm gonna delete some of these parts scenes. Okay, delete one more. This will be a short and sweet video. So the order generates clipped too many scenes of one video clip. Okay, so let's play this back just to see what we have. Okay, I noticed that some of the clips have the black borders, and that's because they're different resolutions of frame rates. Now, I don't think we can adjust the scale of the clips that we can remove that. Just take another look here. Yeah, it doesn't look like there's much I can do about that's, ah, limitation off the software. I'll let you know if I do find a way to change that. But if you're using something like the Adobe Premiere Pro or Final Cut and you have these black borders, you could zoom in on the clip just to remove that. And that's because of different resolutions. So let's just say I'm ready to export this video. I can go ahead and click the share button, and I can save this straight over to my phone or YouTube or Adobe Premiere Pro. So I'll do Adobe Premiere Pro because what I want to do is bring us over to Adobe Premiere Pro, and I'll try to remove those black borders and also save it to my device. Just so have a local copy and we have a choice between 7 20 p, which is the lower version of HD and Full HD, which is 10 80 p. So let's go ahead and do that, because let's try to make the best possible video. And, uh, yeah, that's basically how we can create a simple video with Adobe Premiere Clip. 11. Finished Video using adobe clip: 12. Edited with DJI App: way. 13. Edited Using Inshot: 14. Maldives Edited with Quick: 15. Petronas Inception Created with DJI : and 16. Introduction to Adobe Premiere Rush: What's up, everyone? This video. I'm going to introduce you to a video editing software by Dobie. It's called Adobe Premiere Rush, and this is to answer the question I often get from friends that are starting to create video content, photo contents and I get asked. Question. Greg, what video program do you recommend for just starting out to do some basic video editing for social media? Maybe you wanna start posting the YouTube and you want something that's pretty simple, not too expensive. And this is the answer. So don't be Premier Rush. You can start for free. There are some limitations on how many videos that you can export, but it's as you can see from the adobe paid share. It's designed for social media. It'll give you a leg up on the competition because most people are just not making the effort. The other benefit of using this is they've got the mobile version for IOS and Android, so you can even added on your mobile device. And maybe on future episodes will do a will be Premier Rush video at it. So here in the plans, we've got a premier rush free plans, so you got three exports, two gigabytes of cloud storage. If you do the pay plan, you're gonna pay 99 a month US. So you have to the side If you want to continue Dio to do this If you're a social media influencer, maybe it's good choice. You just got to be aware that it's an ongoing cost myself pay for Don't be premier, believe 20 something us. So you know it's not that much more to go to Italy, Premier. So maybe Rush is your introduction to video edging on the adobe ecosystem. And you can see here that it does play well of premier pro, so projects that you create onrush can be opened in the premier pro program and we'll do a test in with that after. But just to start out I'm gonna take an existing project is the very simple project of some cork space footage. And ah, then we'll just go through some of the basic features just to get started and create a video that you can use for social media. And we'll try to publish this out to Instagram as well and then try open it in Premiere Pro . Okay, here we go. This is Premier Rush. And so if you're gonna create new project, you click here. I've got an existing one. So could care. I'll create another video and we'll go through a brand new project. Okay, so here we go. We can see that we've got a basic timeline. We've got a video track here when we got a truck for our text and we got some audio tracks . So on each of these tracks, we can hide. So if I check it, I can hide that font, and we just keep our attention over there and let me just see if I can juice or increase the size off the preview she can over there. And we could even hide the track. And we have the option to mutes and a need for every track that we have, and we can lock it so no changes can be made. And for the audio tracks, we can even do a voice over Buck tests, voiceover tests, voiceover test voice. Okay, so that doesn't sound great, because just using my laptop, Mike. And here is a music truck. Okay, so that's the timeline. It's over here on the monitor. We've got, um, see, if we moved the plane needle, we've got the exactly had position and we've got sea. If I go all the way to the end, we can see how long this sequences. That's how the language that Adobe likes to use that they don't call a timeline or project called the sequence. Okay, this will go back to previous editing points, go back. One frame and space bar is a short cut to play caving and click right to go forward One frame and we can go to the Knicks at a point here. Over here, we can go to full screen. All right, This one is to loop and change sequence orientation. Okay, so this will be good for different social media, maybe even Instagram. But the default is for landscape. OK, moving on. So let's look at the left side here. So over here we can do something that created new title media or voice over. So we created new title. It's gonna open up adobes, vast selection off fonts. So if we want to do something like put a call to action for someone to subscribe to our YouTube channel, that's where we do it. I'm just gonna hide my face there because you don't have a lot of real estate, so you can see here adobes got a treasure trove off fonts, and this is one of the strength of using adobes ecosystem. So these are free. And because click down here too, insert them into your project. Some of them are paid. So, um, somewhere free, some are paid, but there's still a good selection of free ones. And yeah, these air the default. So these are available to me. And let's just say that I bring this flaunting here, and I want edit its I can click the edits and they make quite easy to just change it. So you got a big selection of fonts. You've got different font styles, font sizes, text color, so pretty powerful. We even have the ability to change, you know, the color of the box, etcetera. So, you know, that's the text. Okay, so those are the styles, the titles, and so we can just simply drag new ones over into the timeline if we want to do that. So that's pretty nice for one that's included. All right, so let's just delete that because doesn't make sense. And this one was this change that back, back to subscribe. So if you want to add it, the tax, you can simply just double click in it. Okay, so transitions. So there's a limited amount of transitions here. We've got crosses, old dip, the black tip, toe white. So you just simply drag transition in between two clips and you get you know, the option of choosing the duration C. It's a bit longer now with more pronounced, but you don't get a lot of different options to a just transition, or you don't get along transitions compared to premier. So moving on, let's go over to color and got a whole range of presets that we can choose from. And, um, we can drag over the cinematic one because everyone wants a cinematic look and we can edit the colors over here song. It's gonna be myself over there, and you got some events options here got a faded film look all right and change the exposure. And this history said everything back to default. So the look and feel of Adobe Russia's similar to premiere and yeah, so these are pretty good basic options to adjust your color living some vignette ing feathering, which is nice that can play around with things there. You can even just turn off all the color setting. So that is nice. As you can see, I've got this one Cinemax. Look, Aziz. Well, and maybe it just I want to turn it down a bit. Maybe I don't want it to be too intense, so I can even just dial down the intensity of that preset. This one looks a little too much as well, so I just change that. That's 39 so we should be consistent. Okay, so we can't change the color from multiple clips, So that's that would have been nice. Okay, so all these clips have already being colored with cinematic preset, and I'm just going to Okay, doll that down over here, we've got the ability to change some speed. We can even do a ramp so we can choose the section off the clip that will speed up or slow down J so I can adjust it there. Macon choose which portion we want to speed up. So I got the first half at 182%. We'll see what that looks like. Okay, In the future project, maybe we'll get some footage that this will be more compatible to play around with the speed. This is just mostly static footage. All right, over here, we've got some options for the audio so we can turn down the music for the entire project and or you can just turn off. All their settings are global settings, nor it's over here. I guess we can change the truck to music voice much short. The other is we'll just leave in a music. And although ducking, I believe, is a new feature to automatically adjust the levels automatically and we've got left and right audio channels. Okay, we're here. We've got the crop tool. So we click crop and you highlighted clip. Let's just experiments. We've got our basic options. We can change. Your whore is ENTs. Horizontal position can even rotate the angle of it as well as the opacity. So this is not actually just the crop. This is transformed. So if you want to just a clip eso a little bit, maybe not the best label, but the actual cropping options are further below. Over here, we have the ability to change our scale. Okay? And maintaining the properties. So something that's missing compared to premier is ability to key frame. Okay, so this is the rial cropping area. So if I wanted to crop some of the top Okay, that should be cropping. I'm not sure why not showing up. So we compress minus and plus minus Izumo. Plus zoom in. And I'm just going to see if I can crop this part. There we go. So if you want those Hollywood style block borders, you know, I could just make them equivalent Just say 15 okay? Little Hollywood style and got a choice of feathering some stuff. So this just softening the edges. I did see then yet earlier. Maybe it's fighting. Okay, so I do like those black borders. Let's see if we can just add him to the beginning here, showing my So let's just go with 20 and 20 over here, Okay? So just click that when you're done. So I think this is a good basic video, right? I think we've already done quite a bit. And, um, you know, hopefully I will do some more videos as I spend more time with Premier Rush. I'm more of a premier user, but I think it's not too bad of a transition. Let's just quickly look at some of the buttons over here on the left so we can actually duplicate an object. So text or let's just say clip if I highlighted, okay and control Z just to undo and we can cut something or you can split a clip. So if I wanna split this part of that clip and let's say I wanna do something different, like I want to scale Zuman or I want to change the color I couldn't do that. I'm just going Teoh, undo that. Okay, this expands the audio, so it's easy to fine tune. So these are the actual, um, audio in the video track. Do you want that muted? Okay. Lastly. Okay, so this allows us to looks like compress the trucks, see if we click it again. We've got all the controls to lock them, hide them. Okay, so I'm pretty satisfied with this. I'm just gonna play it back on full screen tests. Voiceover test voice will probably want to take that out. This is the coca Holovko workspace in Chiang Line. Beautiful Bali. Selkoe workspace. All right, so I think that's a good first attempt. I'm just gonna fix the the part there with that voice over. Okay, let's go over some quick export options. Let's click on share. Okay. So I could just name this and just save it to my hard drive. Or if I expand the advanced settings, I have the option to select different presets. So different resolutions for different social media platforms. So I'm just going to select 10. 80 p. But this is actually a four K project. So let's just do four K and I could select the frame rate. I'll just leave. That is automatic and quality of conflicts low, medium or high notice. We've got some options to select to social media, so I'm just going to see if this works. I've never tried this before. Co work space preview, and we have some options to pre fill in some of the fields. I prefer to do this in you tube and we can keep a copy of the file very nice. And the last thing we need to do just gonna select this on as unless it first and We can even select the name of the We can customize this thumbnail. I want to make it that one. So set. Turn frame. Nice. All right, I'm liking the software. Ready. So one last thing. All, um, let's hit export. Something that just popped in my head is that if you're premier subscriber, the rush software is free, actually. So I think Good to know if if you wanna download this on your mobile device, I think it's, you know, maybe a way to if you have some free time. And if you're doing things like me If you have, like, the memory card slot in your phone or your mobile device, you can actually take the footage that you shot on your big camera or your drone or whatever. Pump that memory card in your phone. And if you have some time on the plane, you can use Adobe Premiere. Rush to video added on the fly. Now, something that we need to test for the future is to see whether we need Internet access while we're opening the software. If we did, that would be pretty silly. And yeah, so that's basically it in the next video Let's take a look at the finish product. We will see if we can open this project in Adobe Premiere and ah, in the future will create a new lesson. And, uh, see, we can explore Mawr. This software Don't be probably Rush if you like this video, please, like subscribe and good luck editing your social media videos. 17. ADOBE RUSH NEW PROJECT: What's up, everyone? We're in Adobe Premiere Rush, and I'm going to create a new project. Just a very simple project just to walk you through some of the steps of important your media. And we'll just put together a pro checks and let's try it in under five minutes. So let's find and overcoming Rush. We got 1.5 and do a project on my workouts. My recent workouts. Okay, so we're gonna select No, not gonna upgrade. Now. Select new project. And then first thing we need to do is just find some media travel, Jim. Okay? We'll just call this one my healthy day. So looks highlight the clips that we want. Okay, get one more here. Okay. We'll select create. Okay, it is preparing the media. And let's just click this icon here. It's going to give us more a better track for you. And first thing I think that's missing is some music. Let me just see if I could find a quick track. Okay, I was just add this one, so click add. Okay. Now I need more space, So I'm gonna compress the project by pressing minus, and I'll just close that for more riel states. Okay. We just want very short cuts on the zoom in by pressing. Plus. Okay, that's three seconds. If I highlighted, they won't be too long. Okay? I want a quick transition. Just a crossover, so I'm gonna drag it there. Okay, Let's just see weaken speed this clip up of that. Okay? Almost just under 200%. Thank Okay. Something that I want to changes. Take of that on you. So I was gonna meet that clip. Here we go. Another transition. Let's just have a little fun. Dip to white a little bit too short. Let's just make that tradition a bit longer, all right? I actually don't have much action in this clip, so I'm just gonna bring it up there. There we go. I just wanna quick portion dragon and okay, so something a little bit off of this clip so we can change the orientation. Uh, that's not what we want. We want toe scale in a bit. Either. This might be a four k clip, and the rest of the clips are HD. So we'll see soon when I tried to just change the aspect ratio, Can there we go. So it was just fine portion that I want. Oh, that's not actually the clip that I want. Let's just put this one first. Is this Actually, I think this is an image, so just make this short. Okay? So I want to get because it is a slow motion. I want to get a part where I'm actually doing something here. I'm just gonna zoom out. There we go. Then just gonna trim that music clip. Okay, Maybe at some quick title. That's that's pretty nice. One of the strengths off Adobe Premiere and rushes the choice of fonts. Okay, so we got a front there and we can edit a few things. All right, so I think that's pretty close to five minutes. Let's go. We go to share, and then we'll just create that 18. Open adobe rush in premiere: Okay, We're in Premiere Pro 2020 and I'm gonna see if I can open up the premier rush projects. Remember the Chiang Mai project that we were working on? Well, here it is. Looks like there's a button hiding here. I think it says open. And, um, I'm just such full HD right now. Full HD resolution and things are a little bit squashed on the screen. So let's just see if it opens and you can see where the project is saved on my hard drive. So it's called first because this was my first adobe rash project. Okay, so let's just take a look at the media browser. This is a good introduction for those of you who use, um, there'll be rush. So it looks like all the media has been transferred over to premiere, which is nice. And let's just expand the timeline there in premiere. So it looks like everything that was in Adobe Rush hasn't brought into the timeline. But something has happened to the music here. A little strange because all the all your trucks arm unit. Okay, So what queen make out of this? I would say it was a pretty good transition, but looks like the audio is baked into the video track now. And I can't fix the problem with fading out in Premiere, but it's a good first start. We've proved that we can open the Adobe Rush project in premiere and file exported. Correct me so it's over here. 20. Mobile editing course summary: Okay. Congratulations on finishing this course on how to get great videos with your smartphone. We've covered several different APS the adobe clip, the DJ IOP, the GoPro app as well as one shot. So I'm not a deep expert in all of these APs. To be honest, my preference is in shot. But as you can see, there's pros and cons each up. There's, uh, the GoPro up, which works well with go pro footage. Dej. I only limits you to DJ I footage. Ah, naps like in shots. It's a free version. So you're gonna get a little bit of ads and, um so I think at the end of the day, you got to decide which one works for you. Something that's unique to the adobe clip is that you can push out that project to your full blown adobe premiere of That's what you use. I try to do the adobe rush program on my iPad. I couldn't get it on my android, and I just found that it was too slow to work with. And I think it's because the memory on the iPad is not limited. So make sure that you have a mobile device that has these four gigabytes of RAM and a current generation process. Er, I bought my phone in 2018 last year, so I think anything that's at least one or two years old should be powerful enough and make sure you have enough storage. It helps to do your editing on an actual smartphone with a mini SD card slot, because that allows you to bring in the footage from other cameras and work with it locally . Some of the absolutely to connect to your dropbox and things like that. But that's actually pretty slow. And I've tested it working in a in this office year, which is about 100 megabits per second WiFi, which is pretty fast, and I still found it a little bit slow. So at the end of the day, you know who are these smartphone editing outsports for people that maybe you've gone on a vacation, you shot some footage and you wanna cut a video to show your friends it's not gonna be, you know, as good if you're using it on Ah ah, full blown video editor on a computer. It's hard to replace that because you're just gonna get more options, working with a full version program on a computer. But the quality gap is closing. So there's, you know, there's some big time savings from doing it on the zaps and for sharing it on instagram, Facebook, maybe maybe even preview videos on YouTube. This is the way to go. I've certainly been doing a lot more off these video cuts on the app because it's just a lot faster, and sometimes you have some time to kill your on the airplane. Maybe out you're on a long car ride or you got some time to kill and you don't have your computer with you. Well, I mean, this is when it's good to be ableto make good use of your time and do something to create some video out there. And you can always, you know, LaBella's a preview video and make a full blown version later on. So again, thanks for taking the course. Please check out some other courses. I have ah course on editing on final cut pro acts. I have courses on doing video with the GoPro, a recent course on GoPro, actually on the GoPro Fusion, which is a 3 60 camera and GoPro six Also applicable to go pro seven. And, um yeah, you can check me out on skill Share my websites Chiefly ours production Look home or my YouTube channel Chic fil yage C h i c v o y g e group So she slash group Thanks for taking the course guys and good luck.