Adobe Premier Clip – All you need in mobile video editing

Mobile devices have become widely used in today’s modern generation. From simple to semi-heavy tasks, we all rely on our smartphones to finish them while we’re on-the-go. One of those tasks includes video editing specially for bloggers and vloggers alike. Almost everyone are looking for a mobile video editor application that would help them create, compile and manage their video clips, whether it be for vlogs, or a surprise for a friend or relative’s birthday.

Adobe Premier Clip mobile application let’s you do all of the basic and advanced things that you need. The question is, does this application fit your needs? Let’s find out!

Basic Features:

Premiere Clip is a free video editor that makes it fast and fun to create quality videos that can be easily shared – or easily opened in Adobe Premiere Pro CC for extra polish.

“A gateway into the full feature set and power behind Premiere Pro.” – Melissa Stoneburner,


Adobe Premier Clip

Adobe Premier Clip

All you just have to do is to simply choose a soundtrack from the default soundtrack included on the application and select the pace — The clip magically synchronizes your images to the beat of the music. Your video is immediately shareable, or you can move into the Freeform editor to customize further with powerful editing features.


Adobe Premier Clip

Adobe Premier Clip

Drag and drop clips and photos in the order that you like, trim out the parts you don’t want, and add visual polish with lighting adjustments, transitions, and slow motion effects. Sync to Music lets you edit to the beat of your music like a pro.

This is one of the features that I like because it’s hard to remember the sequence of the clips that you have chosen, and with this app, dragging the clips and phitis according to your preference is a plus point for this app!


Adobe Premier Clip

Adobe Premier Clip

One of the best features this app oooers is that it alloes you to choose from cool stock soundtracks, or you can add your own music. Smart Volume smooths audio levels between clips, and Auto Mix dynamically balances soundtracks with your audio.


Adobe Premier Clip

Adobe Premier Clip

You can also pply custom lighting and color Looks from Adobe Capture CC to enhance the appearance and overall mood of your videos.


Adobe Premier Clip

Adobe Premier Clip

Forgot to capture a clip for a specific subject but only have a photo of it? Add visual interest to static images. Turning the option ON will apply a slow, subtle zoom that makes the inages look like it is being recorded, not a photo.


Adobe Premier Clip

Adobe Premier Clip

You can save finished videos to your gallery, share directly to Twitter, Facebook or YouTube, or send them to Premiere Pro CC for additional editing.


Adobe Premier Clip

Adobe Premier Clip

When you export a project to Premiere Pro CC, the edits, music markers and Looks you applied in Premiere Clip will appear seamlessly in your timeline.

I don’t usually use it because I only save my files on my local storage offline but Adobe CreativeSync ensures that your files, fonts, design assets, settings and more all instantly appear in your workflow wherever you need them. Start your creative work on any device and seamlessly pick it up on another.

Reccomendations and Suggestions:

The Adobe Premier Clip is indeed what we need to have an easy to navigate video-editing mobile application.

I hope they will add a new feature to add a text on any part of the clips and have an option to create custom/automatic (template based) video clip introductions. This will make it the best video-editing mobile application a must-have on your device.

(Source: Adobe Premier Clip – Google Play Store)

Wellbein Borja

A self-proclaimed mobile photographer. An aspiring blogger. A startup entrepreneur. An optimistic person. #mypersonalsnaps #puzzlemyworld #pergazine (Instagram: @wellbeinb | Twitter: @wellbeinb)

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13 Responses

  1. Rea says:

    Looks like a great app for starters. I haven’t used it yet but I’ve been planning to download it few weeks ago. Thanks for the summary of features. I’ll see if this won’t give me a headache. Haha 🙂

  2. Herbert Kikoy says:

    Never ventured into video stuff but been planning to do one. I have quiet a lot of videos on my storage and perhaps its time to do some tinkering on them. Will give this app a try for sure.

  3. OMG!!! I did not know that Adobe Premiere exist in the mobile platform.
    Installing right now.

  4. Cool app! But I’m still looking for a mobile app just like iMovie where you can edit in timeline mode tho.

  5. Kat says:

    I’ve been interested in installing one on my laptop but now naa naman diay syay mobile version! Wala lang sa iOS nu? 🙁

  6. Hanna says:

    I have not used this editor yet, but will definitely try. basin maganahan ko hehe.

  7. I’ve been looking for a new app to edit my videos. Thanks for the recommendation. I used to use Splice but I think I will be using Adobe Premier Clip from now on.

  8. I am not a fan of mobile video editing. I usually process video clips on my laptop. But when time comes, I will definitely try this app.

  9. As a mass communication student, I recommend this!

  10. Ramzy says:

    I make videos for a living pretty much and have been editing and tinkering with them since we first got a computer at home way back then. I have never tried a mobile editor though as I’ve always done my work on the computer. But! It is a great option, specially if you’re editing on the go, or just straight don’t have an access to a computer. This looks really promising!

  11. Rome Nicolas says:

    This looks pretty interesting but I’m pretty happy with iMovie ra sa iPhone so far. 🙂

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