Add video filters to your recordings.

See how the video editing tools in Adobe Premiere Rush allow you to use and create video filters called presets to set a tone or unify footage.

Cinematic video filter being applied to an aerial video of the tropics in a Premiere Rush

Edit your original video with different filters.

Brighten, darken, or unify video clips with filters in Adobe Premiere Rush, the video editing software you can use on your desktop or mobile device to apply color-altering video effects. Much like Adobe Photoshop Lightroom presets, which act as editable photo filters, Premiere Rush features numerous color correction and adjustment presets that you can edit and apply to your movies. It’s a simple way to enhance certain color highlights or even add effects like a sepia tone before you share videos.


Applying and adjusting video filters.

When you begin editing a video file in Premiere Rush, accessing the Color panel will show you the available built-in presets. Once you find a filter you like, you can adjust the Intensity slider to increase or lessen whatever special effect the preset adds to your footage. After selecting a preset, you can open the Edit tab and make adjustments to fine-tune properties like exposure, contrast, highlights, and more. Or simply open the Edit tab to make custom color adjustments, whether or not you use a preset. Then save your adjustments and apply them the next time you edit video if you want to replicate the effect.


You can create your own presets using a similar process. Simply select the Create Preset option in the same Edit tab and start adjusting from scratch.

Selecting a Premiere Rush preset video filter
Basic settings for creating your own video preset filter in Premiere Rush
Advanced settings for creating your custom preset video filter in Premiere Rush

Access to more editing features at your fingertips.

Go beyond basic video editing apps for your iPhone or mobile device with the options in Premiere Rush, which is a free download in Google Play and the App Store. With a powerful video editor in hand, you can shoot and edit videos in real time, applying your saved presets to give videos your signature look before sharing them directly to social media. It’s a quick and easy way to unify your content with filters to give your feed a curated feel.

Learn more about Premiere Rush video editing controls and get rolling on your next video project. Or explore the additional video editing capabilities you get with Adobe Premiere Pro to take your work to the next level.

A few common questions about video filters.

Can you put filters on video?

Yes. Presets in Premiere Rush let you add filter-like edits to your videos. You can also adjust preset settings to your liking and save them for future use.


What is the best video filter app?

In Premiere Rush, you can access a number of built-in presets, and you have the ability to tweak and edit them. Create your own unique filters that no other app offers.

How do you put a filter on a video?

Simply select the Color panel in Premiere Rush and you’ll see all the built-in presets as well as the sliders to adjust them.

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