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In Premiere Elements 9 Essential Training, author Jeff Sengstack breaks down the editing workflow into bite–sized pieces, covering topics from setting up a project to exporting the final video to any format. The course also covers the basics of editing and advanced features like picture-in-picture overlays and audio and visual effects. Exercise files accompany the course.
Hi, I am Jeff Sengstack. Welcome to Premiere Elements 9 Essential Training. In this course I will show you how to use Premiere Elements 9 to take videos from your camcorder, edit them and then share your finished projects with family, friends or business associates. We will start with getting video from your camcorder on to your computer's hard drive. Next, we will arrange and trim those video clips to create your edited story, putting some scenes in slow motion, reverse motion, or creating freeze frames. Then we will apply and animate video effects.
Finally, I will go over all the different ways you can share your project from creating DVD or Blu-ray Discs complete with menus and animated buttons, to the new Web DVD feature where you can put your DVD projects online in their own web page. Whether you are making a video about your camping vacation, your kid's birthday party or promoting your business, Premiere Elements 9 has all the features you will need to create a polished product. I think you will find that producing videos with Premiere Elements 9 can be enjoyable, easy and rewarding.
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