Adjust your audio in Premiere Rush.
You can add up to three audio tracks over any portion of your video in Premiere Rush, perfect for times when narration, music, and even sound effects can work together to amplify your project. Once you add an MP3 to your timeline, you can adjust where it plays in your video, mute it, adjust its volume, select Auto Volume, or adjust the Auto Duck feature to fine-tune how the track works with your video.
Go beyond MP3 with other file formats.
Much like you can use many different video formats in Premiere Rush (including MOV, GIF, M4V, and more) or still image files like PNG or JPG, you can also add other audio formats like WAV, AIFF, M4A, and AAC to projects.
Explore more of the editing capabilities of Premiere Rush (like how to crop videos, adjust file sizes, and more) to master the video editing platform you can keep in your pocket and use on the go.