Would be 5 star if it worked Beautiful interface, easy to use. Unfortunately output is limited to 720 or 1080 (no 4k), saving to gallery produces a video of 0 seconds long, saving to YouTube results in a status on your YouTube video manager of 0% uploaded even though premier clip says uploaded successfully. I so wanted this to work
I just wanted to quickly and easily trim a video. Samsung's video trimmer wants access to manage phone calls. No. Their editor was of no use and a pain. I was just thinking how hard can it be to make a usable UI. This app made it so easy. Took me longer to download the app and find my Adobe ID than edit and save the video, as a first time user. Spot on Adobe. Makes me want to attempt a real video editing project on my phone.
Amazing App in terms of fast edits and color grading . Decent controls . But issues come when edit is done in manual mode : THERE IS A FRAME LAG WHEN THE VIDEOS ARE TRIMMED AND SEQUENCED IN TIMELINE. TOTAL MISMATCH OF BEATS AND TRANSITION. Please fix that. Seems to work ok on IOS. but not in Android. Also some more flexibility in speeding up the footage , transitions options would be appreciated . Eg. In apps like Quik , power director .. it's awesome.
If you're after a quick, easy and mostly hands off way of putting together some of your video clips then this is pretty damn good. If you want more powerful editing it might not cut it. If there were a few tiny additional features such as the ability to speed up clips and insert silence in the audio at points it would be awesome. Oh, and it crashes, a lot. On the flip side though it constantly saves your work so you never actually lose anything.
There is a certain steriotype surrounding editing apps for mobile devices. This is that they never work well. You see, its rather "hard" to create any editing software, in general. Its "hard" to create anything video editing related, and almost nobody has ever made mobile editing work. Thus, there is a stigma around the quality of these apps. And from what I have seen out of this particular app, I can safely say that Adobe Premiere Clip lives up to the steriotype. This app would have been actually good if it was able to share the video to other apps and places while being able to process and load the very video that was just playing, completely processed and loaded, before it was shared to said app or place.
Works great, except all my phone's videos are in 4k so when I export to 1080p I get a video 1/4 of the screen size in the middle. Now that I check, even the front facing camera videos are smaller and they are 1080P. Is there a way to change the export settings to get a full screen 1080P image? I tried both 720P and 1080P with the same issue. Otherwise the rest of the functionality works great. I just can't export my videos apparently.
What’s New (1.1.2)
- Improved overall performance and stability
A popular video editor and movie maker for Android. HD export, no duration limit
Free video editor with music,popular movie editing to Youtube/Instagram/facebook