Reviews and Problems with Adobe Premiere Elements 9
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Adobe Premiere Elements 9 Plus review
28 February 2011
Summary: Adobe has been taking steps over the past few revisions of its flagship products, Photoshop, Premiere, Flash, to make them all work more tightly together. To that end, if you have a major existing investment in other Adobe products, Premiere Elements is worth trying. But it's also worthy of attention for its assisted-editing features, and its export-to-Flash function is valuable all by itself.
Excerpt: One of the essential movie editing packages around. Adobe Premier Elements 9 lets you reduce background noise in videos, add visual effects and share your movies with friends on Facebook and other social networking sites.
Summary: I like using Premiere Elements 9. I think it's a good value for the money, and I consider it the best of its ilk. But I sure wish Adobe would rethink how its organizer works with its editing applications. Trying to keep straight which application does what is harder than remembering where I left my keys.
Summary: Wer selbst aufgenommene Videos für den Hausgebrauch schneiden will, kam bisher kaum um Apple iMovie herum. Dessen Handhabung und Medienverwaltung ist indes eigenwillig und teils sperrig. Konkurrenz kommt nun von Adobe mit Premiere Elements.