Apply built-in presets.
Brighten, darken, or unify all of your video clips by using built-in presets. Options like Cinematic, Night, and Noir are a fast and easy way to enhance color highlights or add effects like sepia tone. Just select the video clip in your timeline, open the Color panel, and select your preset. You can adjust the intensity of the effect with the slider at the bottom of the Presets tab.
Adjust the color sliders.
To make custom edits to a video file, you can enhance the color with sliders. The basic features include everything from Exposure and Contrast to Vibrance and Saturation. Advanced features include special effects like Faded Film, Sharpening, and Vignette. Find them all in the Edit tab, and experiment until you find the right look. To apply your adjustments to multiple clips in your project or timeline, you can save slider settings as a custom preset by selecting Create Preset. Whenever you need it again, you’ll find it in the Your Presets subsection of the Presets tab.
Resize a clip, rotate it, or crop it in a few quick steps. Just open the Crop & Rotate panel and make basic adjustments to change the position and scale of the clip. You can also make advanced adjustments, like cropping edges, changing the opacity or transparency, or applying an edge feather to soften the edges. If you’re working with a shaky video that makes cropping tricky, video stabilization might be necessary to focus on your subject. You can bring the footage into Adobe Premiere Pro to use the Warp Stabilizer before continuing work in Premiere Rush.
Edit and record audio.
With the three audio tracks available in every Premiere Rush project, you can enhance your video with voice-over, music, and sound effects.