In this article we’re going to take a look on the Adobe Premiere Clip which was released just today for Android! It was released for iOS and frankly it took more time than expected to release the Adobe Premier Clip on Android but still it’s better to be late than never. As of now the application is available only for Android smartphones and not for Android tablets but still you can use the smartphone version on your tablet though it may look a little over scaled. The app is free to download and is on available on play store from today.
The applications look much like its iOS counterpart which as we have already told you released last year. The app features a free video editor and comes with some premium functionalities like the ability to trim videos, applying filters to video, adjust the brightness, saturation or contrast of a video and there are few more premium features which you can purchase within the app. According to adobe, the video editing in mobile is little messy mainly because of the small display and that’s where the adobe premiere clip comes in as it allows you to simply drag and drop the multimedia content right into the work space and you can have a “finished video story” in a matter of seconds.
The app starts with a beautiful splash screen featuring the logo of Adobe Premier Clip. You need a adobe account to use this app, so either you can use your old account if you already have any or you can create a free account right away. Once you have logged in or created an account, you’ll be welcomed by a very basic three-tabbed material design interface. Application is divided into three sections:
- My Projects
- Community Videos
- My Published Videos
This is the section where most of things happen. When you swipe to the My projects tab, you can tap the “+ button” to reveal the video source options and select a video from the source in video picker menu. The application also allows you to add the soundtracks in a video or set of pictures you have selected and you can even adjust the pace. Then there’s a smart volume feature which even outs the audio level of your video clip. You can also use auto mix to balance out the video sound with a new audio file.
Well this section features the videos that are created by various users all over the globe using Adobe Premier Clip. You can submit your own videos and take some inspirations from the community videos too.
My Published videos
As the name explained, this section shows all of your published video. Since you can also share videos directly on YouTube, Twitter and Facebook immediately after finishing them, all of your shared videos also appear in this section.
The app primarily focusses on feeding the basic video editing needs of a mobile user and is capable of executing that part efficiently but don’t expect anything phenomenal from the Adobe Premier Clip like compiling a Hollywood movie out of it. But still the Adobe Premier Clip is a pretty neat application and able to execute its job pretty smoothly. You can download the Adobe Premier Clip for free from Google Play store.