The Auto-Analyzer


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The Auto-Analyzer

Adobe Premiere Elements 10 comes with a nifty little tool called the Auto Analyzer. And what it does is it allows you to take long clips and break them down into smaller ones that you might want to use in your movies. So, for example, this first clip I have here--and let me just move this over. It's called b-roll dance rehearsal 01, and it is four minutes long. Well, I don't know if I really want to have a four-minute clip in my Timeline. I might want some of the pieces of it though. So, yes, I can go in there and do it all myself manually or I can just select it, right-click, and choose Run Auto Analyzer.

And it zooms through and says, "Analysis of this file has been completed." And what it does is it creates a new folder--so if we look up here, there is my original file and here is a new folder, and let's click on it-- of a lot of little clips. So I went in there and said, well, at one point something happened in the clip that made the camera move to the right or ...

The Auto-Analyzer
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The Auto-Analyzer provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by David Basulto as part of the Premiere Elements 10 Essential Training

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Video
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Premiere Elements
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