Wow your audience with hundreds of attractive effects and transitions that are simple to apply with
drag-and-drop simplicity. Move video from camera to DVD in 2 easy steps, or drop it into the Sceneline, where you can easily reorganize clips and add effects with drag-and-drop simplicity. For more control, utilize the Timeline view, which offers more editing alternatives. View bigger.
Edit and preview your movie in one practical location-- the Monitor window-- where you can split and trim clips, add effects, and more. View bigger.
Premiere Elements gives you control of your video footage, whether you desire to burn it best to a DVD or spend time editing and adding creative aspects. If you desire to simply create DVDs, you can go from camcorder to disc in just a couple of clicks. Or, benefit from the powerful video-editing tools that allow you to change and individualize your video production. For quick editing, the Sceneline View lets you assemble your video by drag and drop, rearranging thumbnails of your clips, and adding transitions and effects. For more precise control, the Timeline view offers Premier Elements' most innovative functions.
Do all your editing in one practical location: Easily trim and split clips, drag and drop effects and transitions, add text and narrative, and more, right in the Monitor window. You can even create your very own time-lapse motion pictures, claymations, and other still-frame animations with the stop-motion video capture functions.
Rock-solid performance and quality are consisted of in all of Adobe's Premier software. For instance, you can view edits in real time, as you make them, by previewing your movie full-screen with just the click of a button. You can likewise do not hesitate to experiment: With Auto Save, numerous undos, and the History panel, you can constantly return to a previous variation. The soundtrack for your video can be rich and complete with the quality of Dolby Digital stereo. And given that video editing can take up a lot of processor speed and memory, Premier is optimized to support numerous processors and advanced multi-threading and hyper-threading innovation on the current Pentium and Centrino Duo-based Windows XP systems.
Wow your audience with fantastic effects
Even if you're new to video editing, you can raise the production value of your video by adding unique effects. With narrative functions, your video will tell the story in your very own voice; simply add narrative to your video as you edit. For adding titles or other text to your video, Adobe supplies world-class fonts that are designed to look great on video. And adding text is simple given that you can now type text exactly on screen, then add a cool shadow, glow or other effect to make it distinct.
If you desire to make your video more dynamic, you can add moving text and graphics. Adding TV-style effects is easy-- just drag and drop among the hundreds of fantastic unique effects you can personalize and reuse. Likewise pick from hundreds of attractive transitions to creatively move from one scene to the next. To apply a shift, just drag and drop to apply effects such as dissolves, fades, and wipes. Or you can create your very own transition design.
Music can be a fundamental part of your video, so Premier Elements lets you add your music files and after that edit your video to match the beat. For crediting your cast and crew, pick from more than 100 professionally-designed templates.
Share your videos anywhere
Given that videos are made to be seen, Premier Elements includes powerful tools for outputting your movie. While developing a professional-quality DVD, you can develop distinct DVD menus utilizing your very own video, pictures, audio, and text. Or, save time with automated scene indexes or chapters that connect to your video clips. Create and watch your video in traditional TV (4:3.0) or widescreen (16:9) format, in NTSC or PAL standard for an around the world audience. Give your audience high-quality noise by instantly transforming audio to industry-standard Dolby Digital stereo, allowing you to burn more video onto a single disc without compromising sound quality. Before you burn, ensure your movie is just as you imagined it by seeing a full-screen preview on your computer system or TV. Then burn your completed movie to a single- or dual-layer DVD.
For sharing on portable devices, export a film in the MPEG-4 format. MPEG-4 files can then be viewed on essentially any portable gadget-- consisting of the Video iPod and Sony PlayStation Portable.
Premiere Elements 3.0 Import/Export formats supported consist of: