Reviews and Problems with Adobe Photoshop Elements 11 & Premiere Elements 11 Win/Mac
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Good product for the price. Fun to use.
6 November 2014
Summary: Had used Adobe program at work. It is easy to use and for a non-professional, this program is plenty to work magic on your photos. It's fun to use and I would recommend it to friends. Not too expensive. I would buy again.
Is I wonderful photo editing and is cost effective
2 August 2014
Summary: I purchase Premiere Elements, because I wanted a basic photoshop program and I needed to be able to put text on photos something I could not do with iphoto. I originally was using PhotoShop. Once my computer crashed I was never able to recover it, so This is working for now and the price was perfect. I liked the price point and is very easy to use, my only dislike was it was tricky to installed due to security issues.
Summary: great product! Works wells with both mac and windows! I am very impressed with the product! I use it nearly everyday on my mac! I bought it to edit videos and create logos and photoshop images.
Summary: Great product, very happy with this photo shop elements 11. I would recommend this product to my friends. The video editor was a huge bonus. Pretty easy to use and very fun to play around with out photos.
Excerpt: Seems I have to get an upgrade every few years as PS Elements gets better. I use this in conjunction with Lightroom 4 that is good for most tweaks. But for blending and major pixel alteration, cloning, etc, this is very good.
Excerpt: The focus speed and max shutter speed are great. The controls are very convenient and easy to use. Its not too large but fits comfortably in hand. Video quality is truly impressive as is the touch screen clarity and sharpness. The manual is lousy.
Excerpt: Use for presentations, integrating stills and videos. I have found that video mpgs it generates do not play well with Powerpoint. Audio does not port between the two. And there is other weirdness that happens.I will use it but in a more limited fashion, only for those presentations that do not require interaction by the presenter.