Cool Tricks & Hot Tips for Adobe Premiere Elements, A Muvipix.com Guide: A step-by-step guide to creating 50 cool special effects with – and dozens of … – Adobe’s best-selling video editing program

Want to create some movie magic? In a book peppered with dozens of Hot Tips for optimizing your Premiere Elements experience, we’ll show you how to dig deep into Adobe’s best-selling video editing program. From simple tricks, like adding an echo effect to your audio, to advanced tricks, like making a person appear to fly over a city skyline, you’ll learn, step by step: * How to create pan & zoom effects for your slideshows. * How to create a cool “time warp” video effect. * How to layer your photos to make them look three-dimensional. * How to dissolve from a modern-looking video into a ragged, old movie effect. * How to blur a face, as they do on the TV show “COPS”. * How to make a person appear to fly. * How to use “keying” effects to make a person appear to confront his identical twin. * How to create non-square graphics for your videos. * How to draw an animated line across a map. * How to create cool, custom transitions. * How to create cool titling effects, like Star Wars-style rolling titles. * How to use split-screen techniques and video grid effects to create the “Brady Bunch” effect.

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  1. Great Book for Beginners and Experts Alike Steve Grisetti and Muvipix have done it again with yet another easy to read, easy to follow, immensely helpful book on Adobe’s excellent comsumer/pro-consumer video editing software, Premiere Elements. As a video hobbyist, I have two of his previous books – The Muvipix Guide to Adobe Premiere Elements 7.0 and The Muvipix Guide to Sony’s DVD Architect Studio 4.5 – both of which have been indispensable as I have learned how to put together enjoyable videos for friends and family. This newest…

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