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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.
Photoshop Elements is for editing photos, but it also can display in the Organizer video clips that you might have taken, and more and more photographers are taking video clips with their still cameras, so I wanted to show you that you can share video clips from your Elements Organizer to various online media sharing sites, like YouTube, which I will show you in this movie. I'll select this short video in Elements Organizer, and then I will go to Share menu, and I will choose YouTube. In this screen, I'll enter my login credentials to log in to my YouTube account.
If you don't have a YouTube account, then click Sign Up Now, and create an account. Instead of this window, your browser may open and prompt you to sign in to Google. If you see that screen, go ahead and do that. Then allow access to the Photoshop, and Adobe Premiere Elements uploader, and then go back to Elements, and complete the authorization. The Organizer prepares my video file, and it opens this window, where I can include some details about this video that will appear on YouTube. So I will give it a title. I will call it Snowboarding, and I could add a Description; Snowboarding in California.
Here I can add some subject matter tags that will help people find this particular video. So I am trying to think of words or short phrases that people might search on to find a video like this one. I don't really want to use this default tag, Elements Organizer 11, so I will highlight that, and I'm going to type, instead, snowboarding, snowboard, and winter. I can put this video into a category on YouTube.
These are the default categories. I'll put this in Sports. Here I could choose who will be able to view this video; everyone in the public, or just specific YouTube users. I am going to set this one to Private, and then I'll click Upload. It may take a while to upload a video, because video files are large, and that depends on the speed of your Internet connectio, and the size and the length of your particular video. If it's taking a while to upload the video, you may see a screen like this telling you that the upload is in progress.
You can either close this window, or if you want, you can go visit YouTube while the video is still uploading. So I am going to do that show you my YouTube account. Clicking that button opened my Web browser, and I am not yet logged in to my YouTube account, so I need to click Sign In here in the Web browser, and again, enter my login credentials for YouTube. That takes me to my YouTube homepage. I'll click on my username in the column on the left, and here I'll go over and click the Video Manager button.
With Upload selected in the column on the left in my Video Manager, I can see all of the video that I have uploaded to YouTube, including the Snowboarding video that I just uploaded directly from Elements Organizer. When someone comes to my YouTube page, they will be able to see this video, and play it. So that's how you can take your video clips directly from Elements Organizer, and put them online on YouTube for people to enjoy there.
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