1. Change the scale to make the subject larger in the frame.
Do this with the Scale sliders in the Transform panel. Enable Lock Scale before doing so unless you want your video to be stretched. Then adjust the height and width so that the subject in the clip is the size you want it to be in the frame.
2. Change the position to ensure the right parts of the clip are in the right parts of the frame.
If your subject is moving and leaves the frame too early, buy yourself more time by changing the clip’s position in the frame. Raise, lower, rotate, or slide your clip from left to right in the frame. As you do this, check to make sure your footage is still filling the whole frame. If the edges of your footage are inside the frame, the gap to the edge will have black filler in the final video.
3. Change the shape of a clip with the Advanced controls.
You can crop the top, bottom, and sides of a clip by using the Crop sliders to remove unwanted parts of the frame. Whatever adjustments you make to a clip, check the clip’s alignment with the others in the sequence. You want to keep your cropped clip centered in the frame for a seamless flow in the sequence.
Export and share your video.
When you’re done editing and happy with your final video, it’s time to export. Choose your aspect ratio in the export settings, or you can share your video directly from Premiere Rush to Instagram, TikTok, Facebook, and YouTube. When you choose your sharing platform in Premiere Rush, your video exports in the correct format and file size, ready for that platform. If you need to make further changes after exporting, you can return to your clip sequence in Premiere Rush and crop your clips so they look their best on another platform, and export again. Your original files remain unchanged.