Finally, Video editor is being brought by Adobe to the Android mobile platform of Google. Named Adobe Premiere Clip, the application is an ostensibly stripped down and a lightweight version of the desktop counterpart of Premiere. It can be availed for free and the app also has an aim for making it easy for users for stitching clips and photos and converting them in a finished video story.
Just like the iOS counterpart, even Premiere Clip is a free video editor and has various Premiere features like ability of trimming’ video parts, adjusting lighting and adding effects to the videos. Adobe realized that editing a video on small screen is clunky and this is the reason why the application would drag and drop photos and clips.
Just like the description, soundtracks can be added in the application and adjustment can be done at the pace. There is a feature named Smart Volume with which audio levels can be smoothened between clips and Auto Mix too for balancing the soundtracks with the audio. Emphasis is being put by the company to share aspect and make videos immediately shareable. You can now directly share these videos to YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.
The release of Premiere Clip is definitely a very big move from Adobe and has remained inclined to the iOS platform of Apple. Since past few months, the company has put more focus on the mobile platform.