A new version 1.5.0 of the mobile editing app Adobe Rush has been released, which allows you to create a separate audio track from a video clip. This can then be moved freely on the timeline. What does not sound revolutionary at first, might be helpful from time to time to create cuts with overlapping sound (J / L Cuts), which to our knowledge is possible up to now, but works a bit fiddly and not always reliable. The separated sound is stored synchronously as a copy directly under the corresponding video clip, while the sound of the video clip is automatically muted.
In addition, the new Rush version adds 23 new soundtracks for fast, musical accompaniment, with a total of 33 tracks to choose from. There will also be some important bug fixes and feature enhancements.
Adobe Rush is basically free of charge, but you can only export up to three videos -- those who want to use the app regularly have several subscription options to choose from. The normal Adobe Rush single subscription costs 10.99 Euro per month including 100GB cloud storage, for 5.49 Euro there is a phone-only subscription; those who already subscribe to either Premiere Pro or the Creative Cloud can use Rush without additional costs.