This article addresses some common challenges when using Adobe Premier Rush on Eastern's campus.
Adobe Premier Rush is a video editing software available to students through Adobe Creative Cloud shared device licensing on Eastern's campus computers. Campus computers are located in the J.E. Smith library, classrooms, and labs.
All shared Eastern computers should have Adobe Premier Rush installed. Access Rush by typing "Adobe Premier Rush" in the search bar at the bottom of the screen. If you encounter a computer that does not have Adobe Premier Rush installed, contact the ITS helpdesk.
Individuals will want to create a designated folder in their OneDrive - Eastern Connecticut State University OneDrive. This will enable them to save their project's assets and be able to access them on another day or another computer. Individuals must save all assets of a project to the dedicated OneDrive - Eastern Connecticut State University OneDrive folder and sync that folder in Adobe Rush.
When working on a project, Adobe Premier Rush references your assets, such as videos, images, and audio. In order for Rush to reference these assets, you must point the application to the correct folder in your Eastern OneDrive account.
Pointing Adobe Rush to Your Eastern OneDrive Folder
"OneDrive - Eastern Connecticut State University" should now be an option in the Media Browser. If it is not, close and reopen Rush, and it should appear.
NOTE: Do this process when changing computer terminals or after an overnight computer refresh. By doing so, Rush should sync to your assets since they are stored in the same place, i.e., a folder on your Eastern OneDrive instance.
Students may encounter an error related to the loss of assets in a project, where the asset is replaced with a red error screen. This can occur when an asset is deleted, moved, or renamed or if Adobe Rush is otherwise unable to locate it. To resolve this error, follow the steps below: