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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're a Premium member of the lynda.com online training library you have access to the exercise files used throughout this course. The exercise files that we will be using the each movie are in this folder. All of the media files used in the projects are in the Project Assets folder. When you open a project, you may be prompted to relink your media, like this. All you have to do is go into the Project Assets folder there in your exercise files, locate the clip-- in this case LoadingTruck2.
Once you do that, the program is smart enough to find all the rest of the clips that are inside this folder and relink them automatically. Click Select and you're done. Your media files are relinked to your project and we can proceed. If you don't have access to the exercise files, don't worry. You can still follow along using your own assets. Now let's get started with Up and Running with Premiere Elements 11.
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