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OK, one last thing before we jump into Premiere Elements and get started here. In the exercise files if you go to the Media folder and go to Videos, you'll see that I use a file format called .mp4 quite often. This file format is referred to as H264 or H.264 and the reason why I use that is because it's a great new video format. It really does a great job of making very small file sizes, but still maintains really high quality.

That being said because it's newer, it's not always supported all the time. You might get some errors that Premiere Elements doesn't know how to recognize this. To solve this, there are actually a lot of solutions, but I really recommend getting the most recent update of the QuickTime Player from Apple.com. Alternatively, you can go to QuickTime.com as well. Now just so you know, this is not a commercial for QuickTime, Premiere Elements actually uses QuickTime a lot and that's actually one of the requirements for Premiere Elements to get it fun...

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About the video in this course provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chad Perkins as part of the Premiere Elements 4 Essential Training

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Premiere Elements
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