Adobe también quiere llevar el editor de video a las Chromebooks

Adobe wants to bring the video editor to Chromebooks too

Adobe wants to bring the video editor to Chromebooks too

With Project Rush, Adobe is launching a new movie and video editor that can also be used on Android and Chrome OS devices. Adobe also wants to use this tool to tackle high-end Android smartphones, and users with Chromebooks can benefit from it as well. Because one thing has been known for some time, Chromebooks can also use Android apps […]


With Project Rush, Adobe is releasing a new movie and video editor that can also be used on Android and Chrome OS devices. Adobe also wants to use this tool to tackle high-end Android smartphones, and users with Chromebooks can benefit from it as well. Because one thing has been known for some time, Chromebooks can run Android apps too and now have the Google Play Store on board out of the box.

Adobe assured me that flagship devices will have no problem running Project Rush. This includes the likes of your Google Pixel and Samsung Galaxy phones. Forde said that Google and Adobe have worked so closely together on this project, that Google now has measures that will change what GPU performance will look like on Android (for the better) to allow creating and consuming content to be an incredible experience. So amazing, even Chromebooks capable of running Android apps will easily be able to use Project Rush.

Rush isn’t necessarily the latest invention for video editing, the focus here is more on making it available for many platforms. Rush should work on both the mobile device and the desktop, regardless of the operating system you use. You can get more information about Project Rush and a beta version here. [via, via]