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Photos deserve to be seen, and in this course, author Jan Kabili details the features that Adobe Photoshop Elements 11 provides for printing photos, emailing them, and sharing both photos and videos online.
Jan explores online sharing features of Photoshop Elements 11: emailing photos, sharing them on Facebook and Flickr, and uploading video clips on YouTube, Vimeo, and the Adobe Photoshop Showcase service. The course also offers some advanced tips on preparing photos for publishing on the web and for exporting photos in various formats and sizes. The course wraps with a look at printing photos on both Windows and Mac OS computers, and ordering prints through Photoshop Elements 11.
Another popular video sharing site to which I can upload video clips that I have in my Elements Organizer is Vimeo. Let me show you how I can do that, starting here in Elements Organizer. where I am going to select this video clip, and then I will go over to the Share menu, and I'll choose Vimeo. The first step is to authorize the Organizer to upload media to my Vimeo account. I will click Authorize to start that process. That lunches my Web browser, where I'll log into my Vimeo account.
Now, if you don't have a Vimeo account already, click Need to sign up, and create one. I'll click Log In, and in the next screen in my Web browser, I am asked whether I want to allow Photoshop Elements uploader, and Premiere Elements uploader to access and upload files to my Vimeo account. The answer is yes, so I'll come down here and click Allow. Notice that there's a mention of Adobe Premiere Elements. That's a different program than Adobe Photoshop Elements, but for this site, the two programs are treated together.
This screen tells me that I can now close this browser window and return to the application; Photoshop Elements. So I'll do that, and back in Photoshop Elements, I'll click Complete Authorization. Then Elements goes about preparing the files to upload to Vimeo, and it gives me a window that looks a lot like the window for preparing files for uploading to YouTube that I showed you in the last movie. So, here I will give this video a title. I will call it Snowboarding, a Description: Snowboarding in California. And I can give it some subject matter tags.
Instead of that default Elements Organizer 11 tag, I'll highlight that, and I will type Snowboarding, and winter. Here I can specify who will be able to watch this video on Vimeo. It could be Anyone, Only Me, or only people that I follow on Vimeo. I am going to set this to Only people I follow. And if I want people to be able to download this video, I could check this box. I'd rather not have that happen in this case, so I will just click Upload, and of course, depending on the size of your video, and the speed up your Internet connection, the time that the upload takes will vary.
The next screen tells me that the video upload to Vimeo is still in progress, and it may take a few minutes, but in the meantime, I can go and visit Vimeo, so let's do that. I'll click the Visit Vimeo button, and that opens my Web browser again, and because I had selected to stay logged in, it takes me right to my Vimeo homepage. You may have to log in to Vimeo again at this point. I am going to click My Videos, and when I do, I see this sort of a test pattern for the Snowboarding movie, meaning that it hasn't completely uploaded yet.
When my video is done processing, then anybody who follows me on Vimeo will see my video in their stream, and they can watch it. I'm going to log out of Vimeo, and close my Web browser, and now I'm back in Elements Organizer. So that's one more way that you can share video clips from your Elements Organizer directly to the video sharing site online.
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