Using the Organizer


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Using the Organizer

Premiere Elements has two Organizers. The main one is a standalone program that ships with Premiere Elements and Photoshop Elements. The other is something of a mini Organizer that resides inside Premiere Elements. I think both tools have some worthwhile functionality and can help neophyte video editors get their feet wet. But once you go beyond Premiere Elements automated editing tools you probably won't spend too much time working in either Organizer. You can access the Organizer in one of two ways: from the Welcome Screen, which you've seen in other movies, or from here inside Premiere Elements.

Up there at the top is a little buttons that says Organizers, so let's click on that. That opens up the Organizer and I've purposely left it blank. I've not imported anything new lately, so it ends up with a blank slate like this. What you want to do is add files to the Organizer and then you can organize them. Let's go File > Get Photos and Videos. I'm going t...

Using the Organizer
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Using the Organizer provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Jeff Sengstack as part of the Premiere Elements 9 Essential Training

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Video
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Premiere Elements
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