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Adobe Premiere Elements Version 11

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Windows 7 / Vista / XP, Mac OS X
3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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  • Organize-Keep track of all your memories with intelligent options that help you quickly organize, find, and view all your video clips and photos.
  • Edit-Count on automated moviemaking options to take the work out of video editing.
  • Enhance-Add professional polish with a wide range of great-looking effects, transitions, themes, titles, disc menus, and more.
  • Share-Create your movie once and then quickly share it in many ways, including on discs, HD TVs, YouTube, and Facebook.*
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  • Platform:    Windows 7 / Vista / XP, Mac OS X
  • Media: CD-ROM
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Live in the moment knowing that Adobe Premiere Elements 11 software makes it easy to turn your everyday videos into memorable home movies. Organize all your video clips and photos in one place. Use smart, automated options to edit your video and enhance it with pro-quality effects, transitions, titles, and sound. And quickly share your movies on discs, HD TVs, Vimeo, YouTube, Facebook, and more.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Premier Elements 11 Dec 3 2012
By ShSimps
Format:CD-ROM|Verified Purchase
Moving from digital stills into digital video is a whole new world. I had no troubles learning Photoshop but video was something else. I took a run at a trial period of Premier Pro but was confused beyond belief. Elements brings it back to where you can actually start to learn video editing in a more civilized manner. While it is true that you can't do everything that you can with the bigger packages if all you want to do is basic editing such as density, put some text along with some fades here and there then Elements fits the bill.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect for Beginners! Nov. 5 2013
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This product is perfect for beginners. I would recommend it. I use it for editing my youtube videos and it does a great job and the results are astonishing. It's easy to learn and once you get the hang of its very fun to use!
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars very disappointed iin this product. Feb. 19 2014
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not what I was looking for at all and felt I was somewhat mislead this product is more for movies than editing pictures.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Easy Learning Curve Nov. 10 2012
By J. Finkel - Published on Amazon.com
Format:CD-ROM|Vine Customer Review of Free Product
While I have been using Adobe Photoshop casually for many years, Adobe Premiere Elements 11 is my first exposure to Adobe's video editing software. Premiere Elements is much easier to dive into than Photoshop and many of the controls are straightforward and intuitive. Easily within half an hour, I was able to comfortably add music, narration, credits, transitions, effects, clipping, subtitles, etc. While I found the software easy to use in the basic, Quick mode, the Expert mode is more useful and actually ended up being easier to use, since I've seen layouts with multiple tracks in other video and audio composition software.

Most of what I wanted to do with Adobe Premiere Elements 11 required little instruction. With my previous video editing I was content to splice together certain parts of the video and trash the rest. With Premiere Elements, it was very easy to add the elements listed above. I was not impressed with the transitions and especially the graphics, but no need to nitpick over extra features I don't care to use. My only real gripe with Premiere Elements was the online instructions. The instructions I found when looking to do a specific task were often for an earlier version of Adobe Premiere Elements. Maybe I was looking in the wrong places?

On the photo organizing side of the application, I found it easy to import my photos as they are all stored in one folder (and many subfolders). I ran into a minor gripe with setting up the photo library: deleting folders from my library seemed to require deleting one at a time, and the delete key would not work for this. I liked the 'add name' feature for photos where most faces are recognized and prompted for a name to associate the face with. After I plugged in 6-12 samples of a person's face, Adobe Premiere seemed to recognize the face in other photos fairly well. I'm not sure if this works well with a few dozen different names stored. The stacking feature also worked well, adding all similar photos (as in when you take several shots of the same scene to get a good one) to one stack and not combining unrelated shots.

Overall, I found Adobe Premiere Elements 11 to be capable and easy to use. Most of the effects and features I wanted to use did not require anything more than brief trial and error to learn. The interface is lackluster, but I prefer a digestible and straightforward GUI to something flashy and impractical. I doubt a professional or advanced amateur would want to use Adobe Premiere Elements 11, but for the casual user just looking to make family videos a little more presentable, it's a perfect choice.
43 of 48 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Decent Editing Software for the Most Part... Oct. 29 2012
By Amanda - Published on Amazon.com
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In short, Adobe Premiere Elements 11 is a decent piece of software for video editing.

Premiere Elements 11 is a complete package that includes a Windows-compatible version (it's even compatible with the newly released Windows 8) and a Mac-compatible version. The installation is quick and easy (at least the Windows version) that took just a few minutes and I was ready to go.

The main core of Elements 11 is, of course, quality video editing that feels worthy of a Hollywood film (okay, not quite but still very close...). Aside from the basic video editing, Elements 11 allows you to import photos and audio into your project. There are two views in the program- Quick, which is much simpler and better for beginners who just want to use the software for basic reasons; and Expert, which offers more detailed and complex options for more sophisticated filmmakers. There is also an Add Media bar that allows users to import clips from devices including camcorders, files on the computer, etc. that really helps bring a modern and flexible element to the overall idea. Elements' interface makes it easy to meld the different pieces together into whatever you can dream up.

This software isn't without its kinks, though. I periodically had issues with the software slowing down...painfully slow even, and even periodically crashing on me. There were times when I felt like this software wasn't completely tested and needed a little more work before it should have been released.

Overall, the software is fairly easy to use and isn't too complex for newbies while still offering enough for more seasoned editing professionals. While it may not be as in-depth as Apple Cut Pro, it's still got enough to offer.
25 of 30 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Overall A Solid 'Package' - 3  Stars Oct. 24 2012
By Michael Brent Faulkner, Jr. - Published on Amazon.com
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Adobe Premiere Elements 11 is software for video editing purposes. Released in 2012, Premiere Elements comes as one package that includes both Windows (compatible with the newly released Windows 8) and Mac platform installation DVDs. Upon successful installation, which is simple, you must create or use your existing Adobe ID to operate the software on your computer. Also notable is that alongside Premiere Elements 11, a trial version of Adobe Photoshop Elements 11 is included. Aside from including both platforms and a free 30-day trial, the Premiere Elements 11 package includes a Quick Reference Card and a more intensive 'Getting Started' manual. The Quick Reference Card details ways to capture/transfer video to your computer to edit as well as ways to export the finished product. The instructions are simple yet clear. Within the 'Getting Started' manual, there are more step-by-step specifics of initiating the software (Adobe ID, registration, troubleshooting, and etc.) One pro about the manual is the inclusion of printed screens taken from the software. As far as the package itself is concerned, the box contains specifications for the software as well as attractive advertising in regards to the editing capabilities.

Now for some critique of the software and its capabilities. In addition editing video clips, Adobe Premiere Elements 11 allows you to import photos and audio into your video project. There are two views - Quick, which is simpler and Expert, which offers a more detailed layout and more capabilities. Both views are interchangeable and tailored to more technical/less technical users. There is also a conveniently located 'Add Media 'bar that possesses options to important clips from a host of devices including camcorders, files on the computer, etc. Overall, the layout/design of the software is not complicated and easy, straightforward to use. There are a number of effects that can be applied to both photo and video imports. These effects include editing basics such as color, saturation as well as rotation and motion editing. As with a number of video/photo editing softwares, it is easy to share to facebook and youtube. Additionally, film can be exported to DVD, Blu Ray, and etc.

All-in-all, Adobe Premiere Elements 11 seems to be a useful piece of video editing software. It does not contain the breadth of something like Apple's popular though pricey Apple Cut Pro, but it has enough useful features for the basic videographer. One con personally after using Apple's iMovie is the lack of a set of templates to add text to or contrast your own video clips/photos. This takes away some of the luster. All-in-all, there is enough here to add some production value.
23 of 28 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars A disappointment! Jan. 31 2013
By T. Oh - Published on Amazon.com
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Let me start out by saying that I really wanted to like Adobe Premiere Elements. I bought it, because I wanted something quicker than iMovie -- to leverage multi-threading and 64-bit technology. Unfortunately this product fell short of my expectations.

My biggest gripe is the slow performance of the workflow interface. It takes a long time to generate and load the thumbnail images for my media files (photos and videos). I understand that it might take a more time to generate these thumbnail images the first time you import them; however, it takes a long time for the thumbnail images to show up every time you open a project. At the very least, I would have expected Adobe to cache the thumbnail images; so that they could load faster after importing the media files.

Now you may be thinking this has something to do with the hardware on my computer. I doubt that. I'm using an E5-class Xeon processor with 8 cores, 32 GB of RAM, and an Intel 520 SSD. Adobe Premiere Elements becomes unusable when I have more than a dozen media files.

My second complaint with Adobe Premiere Elements is the poor play-back quality during the video editing process. HD video files and high-res images become grainy and choppy during play-back. Lastly, I'm underwhelmed with the themes that come with Adobe Premiere Elements. They're ugly, and I don't understand how any product manager could think it's a good idea to include them with the software.

The only thing I liked about Adobe Premiere Elements is the variety of available formats for exporting a project file. My final rendered movies look good -- that is if I can muster-up the patience to get through painfully-slow editing interface.

I do NOT recommend this product and would strongly advise potential buyers to consider other video editing packages.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Highly capable software for the price April 16 2013
By booksforabuck - Published on Amazon.com
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What the world needs is Windows-based video editing software that his highly capable, yet offered at an affordable price. Which is exactly what Premier Elements 11 offers.

Like professional editing software (Final Cut Pro), Premier Elements provides multiple video tracks, multiple audio tracks, lots of transition options, titles, text, the ability to position still images (and move across them), break points, etc. Like other professional programs, PE relies on links to your original content... when you change an in or out point, for example, you aren't altering your original clip, just the reference that PE uses. So, that's all good.

PE also provides useful capabilities you won't find in introductory software. I've been playing with the picture in picture and find it highly usable and manageable. For things like a tai chi video (one of my projects) the ability to provide both an image of the entire body and, for example a PIP of the foot motion in a turn, adds real advantages to the video. I haven't tried the green screen yet, but from the tutorials, this looks easy... another nice professional feature.

While some of the basic capabilities of PE are intuitive, I've found myself spending a lot of time on YouTube viewing tutorials (and there are a lot of PE tutorials) to learn to use some of the more advanced features. PE 11 appears to have changed the user interface significantly from earlier versions, which means that older tutorials aren't as useful as I would have wished.

Bottom line, if you want to produce quality video, you'll need a capable editing software package. PE isn't as heavy-weight as Premier Pro or Final Cut Pro, but it has most of the capabilities you'll need for serious video, not just splicing together your home movies. There is a learning curve. Previous exposure to other video editing software will help, but plan on spending some time online to track down tutorials on specific features you plan to use.

At the price, Premier Elements 11 packs a lot of power. I'm happy with my purchase.
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