Reviews and Problems with Adobe Premiere Elements 11 Mac / Win
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Adobe Premiere Elements 13
12 January 2013
Conclusion: Premiere Elements offers enthusiast video editors a lot of tools for their digital movies, gives tons of guidance for creating special productions, and dovetails nicely with Photoshop Elements, but it's neither as fast nor as feature-packed as some competitors.
Pros: Clear, simple interface. Online galleries and mobile viewing with Revel service. Guided Edits ease both basic and advanced edits. Loads of video manipulations and effects. Audio editing tools. Good text tools. Good control over stabilization.
Cons: No 4K support, 3D editing, or multicam. Slower performance than some competitors.
Excerpt: Ever since version one, Premiere Elements has packed an incredible amount of power for a consumer editor. Its timeline controls and effects library are derived from Premiere Pro, and it uses the same sophisticated Bézier automation tools for moving clips around the frame with absolute precision. This makes Premiere Elements the obvious choice for creating sophisticated intro sequences, business graphics and animated titles without having to rely on templates.