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Quickly find your best clips
Quickly find your best clips
One of the most daunting video editing tasks is looking through hours of shaky, out-of-focus, or poorly lit video just to find the good stuff. Use Adobe Premiere Elements content analysis tools to help you quickly and automatically find your best clips.
  • Premiere Elements
  • Views: 13,759
  • Added: Sep 27, 2012
  • Runtime: 00:08:12
  • Tags: Philip Andrews, clips, Premiere Elements, locate
The Tools panel
The Tools panel
With the wide array of tools available in Premiere Elements 11, you can do everything from providing captivating narration to adding a pan and zoom effect to your movie. In this video, you will see how to access a number of useful tools; in particular, you'll get a detailed demonstration of how to apply a freeze frame to your film.
  • Premiere Elements
  • Views: 9,104
  • Added: Sep 27, 2012
  • Runtime: 00:04:51
  • Tags: Chad Perkins, Premiere Elements 11, freeze frame
Audio mixing
Audio mixing
This lesson provides a vivid example of how Premiere Elements' Expert mode can benefit the user. You'll learn how to adjust and subsequently mix the audio of your movie, as well as how to recognize if your audio "peaks" and how to unlink or edit out unwanted audio tracks.
  • Premiere Elements
  • Views: 12,377
  • Added: Sep 27, 2012
  • Runtime: 00:08:19
  • Tags: audio, mix, Chad Perkins, Expert Mode, Premiere Elements
Applying transitions
Applying transitions
Whether you are looking to publish a web DVD or simply enjoy your home movies in Blu-ray quality, this lesson will show you how to accent your creation with a main menu, including scene selection and various other elements.
  • Premiere Elements
  • Views: 10,837
  • Added: Sep 27, 2012
  • Runtime: 00:05:58
  • Tags: transitions, Chad Perkins, Premiere Elements, cross-dissolve, dip to black
Creating disc menus
Creating disc menus
Whether you are looking to publish a web DVD or simply enjoy your home movies in Blu-ray quality, this lesson will show you how to accent your creation with a main menu, including scene selection and various other elements.
  • Premiere Elements
  • Views: 13,526
  • Added: Sep 27, 2012
  • Runtime: 00:07:24
  • Tags: DVD, menu, Chad Perkins, Premiere Elements, scene selection
Applying effects
Applying effects
An as-is film clip may not be enough to entice your desired audience. In this video, you will learn not only how to add effects to your movie, but also how to customize them to get the exact look you want.
  • Premiere Elements
  • Views: 14,835
  • Added: Sep 27, 2012
  • Runtime: 00:06:52
  • Tags: effects, Chad Perkins, Premiere Elements
Changing project presets
Changing project presets
Adobe Premiere Elements is designed to make your life easier. In this lesson, you will learn the power of using presets so you don't need to specify certain settings. From NTSC to PAL, Premiere Elements 11 has it all covered for you.
  • Premiere Elements
  • Views: 8,428
  • Added: Sep 27, 2012
  • Runtime: 00:05:22
  • Tags: DVD, presets, Chad Perkins, Premiere Elements
Arranging clips in a movie
Arranging clips in a movie
For truly passionate filmmakers, casually placing movie clips together is probably not enough to create the perfect film. In this lesson you will learn how to properly connect your film clips in an visually appealing arrangement.
  • Premiere Elements
  • Views: 13,200
  • Added: Sep 27, 2012
  • Runtime: 00:06:55
  • Tags: clips, Chad Perkins, Premiere Elements, arrange, merge
Adding titles
Adding titles
One of the most often overlooked aspects of creating a movie is the effectiveness of adding text. In this video, you'll find out how to add accentuating text elements such as text transitions and animations with text.
  • Premiere Elements
  • Views: 28,556
  • Added: Sep 27, 2012
  • Runtime: 00:11:55
  • Tags: Titles, animation, text, transition, Chad Perkins, Premiere Elements
Instant Movie basics
Instant Movie basics
InstantMovie is just what it sounds like. Simply select a few clips, choose a movie theme, and click a few buttons, and almost instantly you’ll get a fully edited video with professional-quality transitions, effects, and music.
  • Premiere Elements
  • Views: 20,150
  • Added: Sep 27, 2012
  • Runtime: 00:05:13
  • Tags: movie, premiere elements
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