Create astonishing video stories and export them to other devices, disks or upload them to video sharing websites with this powerful application.
- Adobe Premiere Elements
- Version :15.0
- License :Trial
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :Adobe
Adobe Premiere Elements Description
Adobe Premiere Elements welcomes you within a new dimension both physically through its updated looks and mentally due to its newly implemented instruments. One has to ask at this point whether these additions and transformations serve the software franchise right or not and let’s not forget about the atrocious competition, too.
First things first, Adobe Premiere Elements can really make users accustomed to previous versions raise an eyebrow as they are introduced to the reconstructed environment and that is nothing less than a double-bladed cutter. Newcomers are bound to find this interface more appealing, thus easier to work with.
The range of editing tools is quite impressive, consisting of most of the tools any video enthusiast would ever want and need, lots of tracks for your video and audio clips as well as various export capabilities to the social network and video websites of your choice. Although it can be better at this by sporting more tools and effects, the basics and beyond are here.
Titles, text and audio editing are also a breeze to manipulate within Adobe Premiere Elements. You can use one of the predefined themes for creating the intended effect or go ahead and make one from scratch. The audio part, although somewhat basic in nature, brings the right tools to the workbench.
Sometimes, the application does not seem to cope with the abundance of effects it has to process, so you have to watch out for any crashes – the general advice is to save your work as often as possible. The rendering capabilities are far from top notch and the overall performance is where Adobe Premiere Elements may lose important ground when compared to its competition.
The bottom line is that Adobe Premiere Elements has as many good parts as it has bad ones. The fact that it lacks support for some rather new technologies and that it is hard to work with within intensive operations may prove to be enough for you to take a look at rivals such as CyberLink PowerDirector or Corel VideoStudio Pro.