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Well, that's a wrap. Premiere Elements has tons of possibilities. My take is that at first it's best to stick to the basics. Create straightforward video stories with minimal transitions and effects. Try to use some specialized audio edits, like J & L cuts, to make your audio play back smoothly, and add some basic titles for locations and individuals. Play your stories to family and friends. If the message you're trying to send comes through loudly and clearly, it's time to step up your game. Increase the complexity and ramp up the special effects.
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