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Whether you're new to the program altogether or a pro who needs a refresher on the latest features, author Steve Grisetti gets you up and running quickly with Premiere Elements 11, the affordable and intuitive video-editing program from Adobe.
The course walks through the entire editing workflow, from importing and organizing your raw assets, to timeline editing in Quick view and Expert view, to sharing your work on DVD, Blu-ray, or on the web. Along the way, you'll discover how to enhance your basic videos with voiceover, slow motion, transitions, titles, and a solid soundtrack. In less than three hours, this course will show you what you need to know to create polished gems from almost any kind of raw footage, from tape-based DV, to AVCHD, to smartphone and iPad video footage.
If you've enjoyed Up and Running with Premiere Elements 11 and you are interested in learning more about making and editing videos, lynda.com offers a number of terrific courses. Jason Osder's terrific course that teaches you how to make a purpose-driven video and it's specific to Premiere Elements. There's also Fundamentals of Video: Cameras and Shooting, by Anthony Artists. Now, this deals much more with camera and microphone techniques, but it's how to get the best video possible. Creating a Vacation Video with iMovie, Abba Shapiro's terrific course that deals with how to take home movies that really tell a story and involve your audience in the action.
And if you've got any specific questions about Premiere Elements, come on over to my website, muvipix.com, and we've got lots of tips and tutorials there, and check out our community forum. I'm here almost every day on the community forum. And if you've got any specific questions about the program or just need some help, I, or any one of the helpful Muvipix community members, will be glad to get back to you personally here on the forum and help you out. Why? Because making movies is a lot of fun, and we want to help you get up and running with Premiere Elements.
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