Jason Webb
Instructional Analyst

Professional Development for Adobe Premiere Clip

Technical Tutorial Published 4/28/15 Last updated on 2/28/20

Adobe's Premiere Clip is a great mobile app that will allow students and teachers to utilize their mobile devices to shoot, edit, and produce professional level video stories with little or no experience.

In this resource, you will be able to see how to set-up, record, edit (add effects, speed change, and music), and export your videos on your iPad or iPhone. Also, you will be able to share your project to your Creative Cloud to use it in Adobe Premiere Pro.

Adobe Premiere Clip can be used in any application from Lab Reports to creating news stories for your class and this resource will help get you up and running.

ISTE Standards
Students: Innovative Designer, Students: Computational Trainer, Students: Knowledge Constructor

Apple iPad/iPhone

Adobe Premiere Clip

CC License
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William Cortez

Posted on 5/28/19 6:47:07 AM Permalink

Thanks for sharing. It is educational.​

Carlos Andres Orozco Palacio

Posted on 5/1/18 9:25:13 PM Permalink

​Great Resources Jason, thanks for sharing.

Amanda Ho

Posted on 12/8/15 8:36:24 PM Permalink

Hi Jason,

I wanted to contact you about the professor that teaches Unity at Syracuse but couldn't seem to find your email. I didn't want to leave my email address in the class chat since it was being recorded and decided that this would be the best alternative. Would you still be interested in reaching out to the teacher?

Adobe Education

Posted on 5/7/15 5:44:37 PM Permalink

Jason - what do you think about renaming the title of this tutorial to something more descriptive and bulking up the resource description to share what is included in the tutorial? Have the title of the resource be simply the product name doesn't really make it clear what the content is. We want to make sure that AEE members find your great content and having a more descriptive title and description will help. Thanks!

Jason Webb

Posted on 5/7/15 8:06:12 PM Permalink

Does that look better?

Adobe Education

Posted on 5/13/15 2:52:18 PM Permalink

Yes, that is better. Thanks!

Phil Feain

Posted on 5/7/15 5:50:27 AM Permalink

Great resource Jason. I am going to show this to my staff tomorrow before getting them to play with Adobe Clip. Very comprehensive.

Jason Webb

Posted on 5/7/15 5:14:29 PM Permalink

Thank you, if you have any questions, feel free to email me.