Adobe Premiere Clip gives mobile video editors the tools they need to make some great looking projects from their iPhone or Android device. Editors need ways to organize and trim clips, edit the look of those clips, add music, and more. For a smartphone app, Adobe Premiere Clip has these features in spades. So, you have the clips organized and trimmed the way you want them but now need to edit how they look.

Adobe Premiere Clip has you covered, since you can adjust the exposure of your video projects. To edit exposure, you’ll need to have a project in Premiere Clip’s free-form editor, not the automatic editor. Learn how to “Adjust Exposure, Highlights & Shadows in Your Project With Adobe Premiere Clip” at GadgetHacks.


Small-screen video editing. Big-screen results. Create and edit amazing videos right on your mobile device with Adobe Premiere Clip. Then send your work to Premiere Pro CC on your desktop to refine it with the same video tools used by professionals.

Making dynamic videos couldn’t be simpler. Drag and drop clips and photos in the order you like. Trim clips with ease. Adjust exposure. Auto Mix ducks music volume during dialogue, while Smart Volume evens out audio levels.

Turn the clips you shoot with your Android or iOS device into videos that look and sound incredible. Then share them on your favorite social channels, or sync them to Adobe Creative Cloud to take them further in Premiere Pro CC.

Create beautiful videos in minutes using photos and clips from your mobile device or Adobe Photoshop Lightroom collection. Let Premiere Clip do it for you automatically, or customize your video with powerful editing features. Read more about Adobe Premiere Clip at Adobe.


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