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Adobe Premiere Elements 10 Classroom in a Book: Getting Ready to Edit
By Adobe Creative Team
Sep 28, 2011
Learn how to create a project, set relevant user preferences, and configure the interface to your liking.
Creating a Heads-Up Display with Premiere Elements 7
By Paul Ekert
Dec 8, 2009
Continuing his series on enhancing your Premiere Elements 7 movies with cool custom effects, Paul Ekert shows how to create a realistic Heads-up-Display using your own video content.
Replacing a TV Screen with Premiere Elements 7
By Paul Ekert
Nov 30, 2009
Continuing his series on enhancing your Premiere Elements 7 movies with cool custom effects, Paul Ekert shows how to replace a TV screen with your own video content.
Creating a 'Lasers of Doom' Effect with Premiere Elements 7
By Paul Ekert
Oct 20, 2009
Continuing his series on enhancing your Premiere Elements 7 movies with cool custom effects, Paul Ekert shows how to create a laser beam blazing across the screen.
Creating Great Balls of Fire with Premiere Elements 7
By Paul Ekert
Oct 12, 2009
Paul Ekert shows how to use Premiere Elements 7 to create the illusion of a ball bursting into flames.
Creating a Holo-Projector Effect with Premiere Elements 7
By Paul Ekert
Aug 10, 2009
Continuing his series on enhancing your Premiere Elements 7 movies with cool custom effects, Paul Ekert shows how to create the effect of a holographic projection.
Creating a Replicator Effect with Premiere Elements 7
By Paul Ekert
Jul 28, 2009
Paul Ekert shows how to use standard features in Premiere Elements 7 to re-create the replicator effect made famous by the TV show 'Star Trek: The Next Generation.'
Creating a Beam of Shimmering Light with Premiere Elements 7
By Paul Ekert
Jun 16, 2009
Paul Ekert shows how to design your own 'Beam of Shimmering Light' effect that can be used over and over in countless projects.
Creating an Enchanted Object with Premiere Elements 7
By Paul Ekert
Jun 10, 2009
Science fiction and fantasy shows often feature objects frozen in midair, using the power of 'the Force' or other magical abilities. Have you ever wondered how to create this effect? Paul Ekert steps through the process of creating the illusion of an 'enchanted object.'
Guns a-Blazin': Creating a Muzzle Flash with Premiere Elements 7
By Paul Ekert
May 13, 2009
Have you ever seen a gunfight onscreen and wondered why it seemed so blah? Paul Ekert steps through the process of adding a muzzle flash to make the pop of a gun more exciting.
Hollywood Movie Titles: The Star Wars Title Effect
By Carl Plumer, Paul Ekert
May 7, 2009
Learn how to create your own vanishing logo and epic “scrolling story” just like the ones you’ve come to know and love from the Star Wars movies.
Capturing and Adding Footage in Premiere Elements 2 for Windows
By Antony Bolante
Mar 31, 2006
Before you can begin editing, you need to get the video from a tape to your hard drive—a process known as video capture. In Premiere Elements, all the controls you'll need for capture are integrated into an easy-to-use Capture panel. The Capture panel lets you control a DV camera or deck, see and hear the video, and naturally, transfer the parts you want to your computer for editing in Premiere Elements. This chapter will help you get started with this process.
Making a Movie in Premiere Elements: Assembling Your Clips
By Jan Ozer
Oct 6, 2005
Creating a movie in Premiere Elements is a snap, but creating a movie that's worth watching is somewhat more difficult. This chapter will teach you the basic elements of editing to bring out the most interesting and important clips in your movie.