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Adobe Premiere Elements 8. Session1: Basics; Adding titles and logos. Why Adobe Premiere Elements?. It’s not great, but it’s the best compromise between features, price, ease of use Other options: Adobe Premiere Industry standard Expensive, steep learning curve Final Cut Express/Pro

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adobe premiere elements 8

Adobe Premiere Elements 8

Session1: Basics; Adding titles and logos

why adobe premiere elements
Why Adobe Premiere Elements?
  • It’s not great, but it’s the best compromise between features, price, ease of use
  • Other options:
    • Adobe Premiere
      • Industry standard
      • Expensive, steep learning curve
    • Final Cut Express/Pro
      • Industry standard
      • Mac only
    • Windows Movie Maker
      • Easy and fun
      • Too basic
    • TechsmithCamtasia
      • Designed with screen capture in mind, video editing secondary
      • If you already own it, it’s not bad…
adobe premiere elements
Adobe Premiere Elements
  • Think of it as Adobe Premiere Lite
  • $70 at RAMtech
  • HUGE resource hog
    • Takes a full minute to load
    • Kind of “buggy”: random crashes, vague error messages
  • Minimum System Requirements
    • 2GHz or faster processor, Windows Vista or Windows 7
    • 2GB of RAM
    • 12GB of available hard‐disk space to install
    • 1024x768 display resolution
    • Microsoft DirectX 9/10 compatible sound and display driver
    • Windows Media Player
formats
Formats
  • AVI
    • Uncompressed, huge file sizes
    • Very flexible, plays on anything
    • Lossless, good working format, NOT suitable for web
  • MP4
    • Kodak Touchplay uses MP4 (we’ll use it as our working format)
    • Compressed, file sizes still large
    • Will play on most players (Windows, Quicktime, Real Player)
    • Lossless, good working format, NOT suitable for web
  • WMV
    • Windows media, compressed, needs Windows Media player (nearly universal)
    • Good quality
    • Good choice for final product (we’ll use this)
  • FLV, SWF
    • Flash, compressed, needs Flash player (very common)
    • Good choice for final product; compression sometimes shows
    • Plays well with Connect
  • MOV
    • Quicktime, compressed, needs Quicktime player
premiere workspace
Premiere Workspace

Preview pane

Tasks pane

Project pane

adding still images
Adding Still Images
  • Tasks pane>Organize>Get Media>PC files and folders>browse to images
  • Drag them into timeline (5 second preset)
adding crossfade
Adding Crossfade
  • Go from Timeline to Sceneline view
    • Only reason to use Sceneline view
  • Right-click the small box between the clips
  • Choose your transition
    • Simple dissolve is effective
    • Be consistent with transitions
adding titles
Adding Titles
  • Titles>New Title>Choose type (still, roll, crawl)
  • Type in text, use tools at right to choose font style, size, color, alignment, etc.
  • CSU approved fonts: Minion, Swiss 721, Garamond, Ariel, Helvetica
adding title fade
Adding Title Fade
  • Choose titles in timeline
  • Right-click>Choose Fade In, Fade Out
  • Timing can be adjusted by click/drag of the little diamonds
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