Reviews and Problems with Adobe Premiere Elements 12
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Adobe Premiere Elements 12
4 October 2014
Excerpt: We’ve got some of the best movie editing packages on test today, including Adobe’s latest Premiere Elements 12 - but is its built-in video tutorials enough to win over Jason and filmmaker Philip Bloom? Hit play to find out!
Summary: Adobe continues to produce a mediocre video editing product in Premiere Elements that has good features but brings good computers to their knees with crashes and system freezes. Ease of Use, Performance: 2/5 Look & Feel: 3/5 Features: 4/5 How much I enjoy: 1/5 Recommendation: 2/5 Stars Premiere...
Conclusion: . Premiere Elements 12 isn’t a must-have upgrade, but it’s well worth the investment in a bundle with Photoshop Elements 12, especially for Adobe Revel subscribers looking to get extra value out of their unlimited cloud storage.
Pros: Step-by-step tutorials help teach moviemaking basics. Adobe Revel integration makes it easy to publish and share videos to the cloud. Great value when purchased in a bundle with Photoshop Elements 12.
Cons: Fewer new features than earlier versions. Adobe Revel integration isn’t fully realized. Easy motion tracking, but nowhere near perfect results. Adobe Revel requires subscription for more than 50 uploads per month.
Summary: Is the latest version of Adobe's consumer-level video editing application worth £63.49?
Pros: Simplified interface, New Guided section, Powerful yet simple to use effects, Connection to Revel (online sharing), The Guided section offers an excellent way for people new to video editing to familiarise themselves with the concepts of the craft, and how it all works within Premiere Elements' w...
Cons: Crashes a lot, Little new for veteran users, Because Adobe insists on creating its own interface, distinctive from the usual Mac or Windows look, some aspects can and do go wrong. In Mac OS X 10.8's default settings for instance, scrolling from right to left moves the elements on the screen from ...