Reviews and Problems with Adobe Systems FrameMaker - ( v. 11 )
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Adobe products continue to maintain an excellent reputation.
Emely, B&H Photo
1 May 2015
Excerpt: I have just started working with Adobe Element 13 and I am depending on the reputation of Adobe to help me with my editing projects. The installation process was difficult - I received error messages and had to re-install several times.
Pros: Good Repuation, Good Reputation, Great Value, Has All I Need To Edit
Cons: Affects Progs On Compute, Compatibility Issues, Hard To Install or Upgrade, Needs Manual For Beginers, Training Take Long
Excerpt: I have always used Adobe Premier Elements since the beginning of editing. I needed something simple to use and straightforward. This has that! I use this to make great slideshows with lots of editing elements, like transitions and music and titles, also integrating all formats of video, including...
Pros: Easy To Install, Easy To Navigate, Fast, Great Value, Powerful
Excerpt: This software cannot accept digital video data from my Canopus CODEC unlike iMovie which has no problem doing so. Premiere Elements also appears to have been designed for Windows and is awkward to use with a Mac GUI. I will probably now need to spend much more to purchase Final Cut.
Excerpt: I was looking for a step up from Windows Movie Maker for editing and uploading church sermon videos every week. While Premier is a great and simple to learn editor, it is horribly slow at rendering, saving and uploading video to YouTube.
Excerpt: Since I purchased this a couple weeks ago, I have thrown some video of the kids into the timeline and was pleased to see that there were some videos on YouTube about how to use the program and some educational websites in the program.