Adobe has completely overhauled the interface of Premiere Elements 14, and provided performance improvements to handle virtually every consumer video format, from tape-based DV and AVCHD to smartphone and tablet video. But the greatest strength of Premiere Elements remains that it's a surprisingly simple program to get to know—at least once you learn a few basic moves. And it's those basic moves that this series of tutorials is all about.
Join Steve Grisetti as he reviews the basics of editing in Premiere Elements, from adding, splitting, and trimming clips to advanced techniques for color correction, audio, transitions, and text. Plus, learn how to select the best segments from a long clip with the Favorite Moments tool, and use Guided Edit to help speed up your workflow. When the editing is complete, Steve will show how to use the Export and Share workspace to publish your project on DVD or Blu-ray disc or post it online.
Importing and organizing media
Adding, slicing, and trimming clips
Using Guided Edit
Creating motion paths
Changing video speed with Time Remapping
Adjusting color, lighting, and audio
Stabilizing shaky video
Adding transitions, titles, and text
Creating DVDs and Blu-ray discs
Uploading videos to Facebook and YouTube