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Adobe Premiere Elements 8 Editor Tutorial - Using


Adobe Premiere Elements 8 Editor Tutorial - Using

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Using Adobe Premiere Elements 8 Editor
Chapter 1: Getting started with Adobe Premiere Elements
What to do first
Using Help and getting support
Converting a catalog from a previous version
About Backing up/Synchronizing files
Working in Elements Organizer and Adobe Premiere Elements Editor
Importing and organizing photos and video
Troubleshooting tips
Chapter 2: Adobe Premiere Elements workspace
About the workspace
Panel overviews
Chapter 3: Projects
Creating a new project
Creating an InstantMovie project
Viewing a projectís files
Viewing clip properties
Project settings and presets
Undoing changes
Saving and backing up projects
Working with scratch disks
Chapter 4: Capturing video
Getting ready to capture
Capture video
Capture stop-motion and time-lapse video
Chapter 5: Importing and adding media
Adding files to a project
Using files from Photoshop Elements
Creating specialty clips
Working with offline files
Working with aspect ratios and field options
5.1 audio import
Chapter 6: Managing clips with the Organizer
View clips in Elements Organizer
Finding files in Elements Organizer
Tagging files
Grouping files in the Elements Organizer
Creating albums
Creating and editing smart albums
Backup and synchronize albums and files
Chapter 7: Arranging clips in a movie
Arranging clips in the Sceneline
Creating a slide show
Creating a picture-in-picture overlay
Arranging clips in the Timeline
Grouping, linking, and disabling clips
Working with clip and timeline markers
Previewing movies
Chapter 8: Editing clips
Trimming clips
Changing clip speed and duration
Freezing and holding frames
Working with source clips
Chapter 9: Applying transitions
Transition basics
Applying transitions to clips
Create specialty transitions
Adjusting transitions
Chapter 10: Applying effects
Effects basics
Finding and organizing effects
Applying and removing effects
Working with effect presets
Changing effect properties
Reposition, scale, or rotate clips with the Motion effect
Superimposing and transparency
Selecting colors for effects and mattes
Effects reference
Chapter 11: Animating effects
Effect animation basics
Adding, copying, and removing keyframes
Adjusting keyframes
Controlling change between keyframes
Animating a clipís position
Motion tracking effect
Effects Mask
Chapter 12: Creating titles
Creating and trimming titles
Editing and formatting text
Applying styles to text and graphics
Adding shapes and images to titles
Arranging objects in titles
Adding color and shadows to titles
Designing titles for TV
Exporting and importing titles
Chapter 13: Adding and mixing audio
Using soundtracks
Create narrations
Mixing audio and adjusting volume
Chapter 14: Creating disc menus
Types of discs and menu options
Working with menu markers
Creating disc menus
Previewing menus
Chapter 15: Saving and sharing your movies
Sharing from the Tasks panel
Using Quick Share
Sharing to DVD or Blu-ray Disc
Sharing for PC playback
Sharing to the web
Sharing to mobile phones and players
Sharing to videotape
Sharing to Video CD
Common settings for Sharing
Supported file types for saving and exporting
Compression and data-rate basics
Archiving projects
Chapter 16: Adobe Premiere Elements keyboard shortcuts
Using default shortcuts
Customizing shortcuts
Chapter 17: Troubleshooting
Resources and guidelines
Playing back and previewing
Creating a DVD
Chapter 18: Glossary
Digital imaging terms

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