Premiere Elements 15 includes tools for uploading your finished movie directly to YouTube, Vimeo and Facebook, complete with title, keyword tag and comments.
- [Narrator] Posting your videos online, is a great way to share your movies, you just click a few buttons and your video is on public display for the world to see. And with Premiere Elements you can share your movie, to three popular file sharing sites, directly from the program, YouTube, Vimeo, and Facebook. Let's look at how to do that, we've got our completed movie here. Let's go over to export and share, click on that. And if you go under online, you'll see the options for outputting your movie online. So you've got YouTube and almost every situation you're going to choose the option to go, high standard, you know high quality image, and usually high def, especially if you're coming from a high def source, Facebook, and Vimeo.
Now the very first time you use this tool to upload, you're going to have to authorize the link between the program and your YouTube or your Facebook and your Vimeo account. So if I click begin share here, okay, so you will often see this the very first time you use the program to upload to any one of these sites. It's just gonna ask you to authorize the link between the program and your account. Click allow, and you're all set. Now you're authorized. Now you see under YouTube, you can give your video a title, you can give it a description.
You can create little tags for it. So for instance we can go chocolate as one of our tags comma, we can go candymaking, et cetera, et cetera. You can set it up whether it's for public display or private display, and then you can choose a category for it. Once you've done that, just click upload, and your video will be processed. The program will automatically turn it into an optimized file, for your online site. And then it will upload it.
Facebook, very similar, Vimeo, you'll also find under each of these once you click share, you'll have to authorize it the very first time you do it. And once you've done it you just fill in the options. So with Facebook, give it a title, give it a description, decide whether it's going public or whether it's going to just your friends, or whether it's going to be available for only you to see, and click share and the program will automatically process the file, turn it into an Mp4 and upload it. Now, if you have any problems doing this, or if you'd like to send your video to another site, besides these three there's an easy way to do it.
Just go here to quick export. This is the easiest way in the world to do it. Create your file and save it to your hard drive. So we can call this the chocolate file, and just click save. This will create a very nice 1280 by 720 video, an Mp4. And you can then manually upload this to any one of these sites. If you'd like to use a higher quality video, you can create it by going to the device options, computer, selecting for instance a high def or even 4k. This will also create an Mp4.
You have other options, but you want to select the Mp4 option. Give it a name, save it to your hard drive, and then you can manually upload the file to YouTube, to Vimeo, to Facebook, to Dailymotion, or whatever social media site you want to upload your video to. Now by incorporating these tools for sharing your video online into the program, Adobe has made the process of uploading your videos, your movies to YouTube and Facebook and Vimeo, just a part of the video editing process. And the video is delivered to the sites in an optimized format at the ideal specs for that particular site.
- Adding and importing media
- Comparing the Quick view and Expert view workspaces
- Adding voiceover
- Creating motion paths over photos
- Turning footage into a movie with the Video Story tool
- Correcting color and lighting
- Adding video effects
- Mixing audio
- Adding transitions, including fades
- Adding titles
- Creating animations
- Creating DVDs and Blu-ray discs
- Exporting and sharing movies