The Muvipix.com Guide to Adobe Premiere Elements 2018: The tools, and how to use them, to make movies on your personal computer

From the basics of video editing with Premiere Elements, like capturing your media and building a timeline, to advanced functions, like creating customized effects and building menus for your DVDs, Muvipix.com co-founder Steve Grisetti show you: • How to use the Motion Tracking tool, Candid Moments and the Smart Trim tool to edit and enhance your videos. • How to turn your raw footage into exciting movies using the Video Story tool. • How to create multi-screen effects with the Video Collage tool. • How to create custom-length music tracks from virtually any song with the new Music Remixer. • The magic of keyframing, Premiere Elements’ most versatile and powerful tool for creating motion paths and special effects. • How to use the options in the program’s Export & Share workspace to create movies, burn DVDs and share your videos online.

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3 thoughts on “The Muvipix.com Guide to Adobe Premiere Elements 2018: The tools, and how to use them, to make movies on your personal computer”

  1. Very well done This is an outstanding intro and guide to all editions of premiere elements, with up to date info on the many tweaks to 2018. Don’t be fooled by this being a Create Space title– it is professional quality all the way, with full color, and would be well over $90+ if published by Adobe, Pearson, etc. GREAT value for your dollar, with extensive coverage of all interfaces from completely beginner/guided to very advanced, so regardless of your user level, this has a lot to offer.I…

  2. The best book on Elements – better than Adobe doco This is a must have valuable tool for people using Elements. Steve provides all the practical advice you need to use the program well. I found lots of less-than-intuitive problems using the program and was delighted to find all the answers to my questions. In addition his style is easy to understand and he brings out the consistency embedded in the program user interface so you start to really feel you know how to get to what you want to do.He goes further than I had hoped with useful…

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