- Filming Tips
- Step 1: Setting Up Your Project
- Step 2: Adding Media to the Project and the Timeline
- Step 3: Marking the Firing Points
- Step 4: Choosing the Color for the Muzzle Flash
- Step 5: Defining the Shape of the Muzzle Flash
- Step 6: Adding Some Blur
- Step 7: Duplicating the Muzzle Flash
- Final Steps: Adding a Sound Effect and a Background
- Render and Save
For more information on editing in Premiere Elements 7, check out the following resources:
- Creating Hollywood-Style Movies with Adobe Premiere Elements 7
- Adobe Photoshop Elements 7 and Adobe Premiere Elements 7 Classroom in a Book Collection
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Paul Ekert is a keen filmmaker who writes and edits his own productions. He is the author of Pinnacle Liquid Edition 6 for Windows: Visual QuickPro Guide and Avid Liquid 7 for Windows: Visual QuickPro Guide and co-author of Creating Hollywood-Style Movies with Adobe Premiere Elements 7. In addition to his film and technology pursuits, Paul is developing a fiction portfolio that includes his first novel, Ordinary Monsters (YouWriteOn, 2008). Further work from Paul can be found at http://www.PaulEkert.com.