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Re: Our Guide to Premiere Elements & Photoshop Elements 15

Postby Steve Grisetti » Wed Oct 12, 2016 12:47 pm

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Re: Our Guide to Premiere Elements & Photoshop Elements 15

Postby OleSouWester » Wed Oct 19, 2016 5:48 pm

I usually upgrade every other version, currently I am running v13 so I was thinking of upgrading to v15. However, looking at the differences they don't seem to be that great. I don't use the organiser and the rest seem rather gimmicky: Dehaze: Adjust lighting/contrast etc, but also, not every shpt has to be crystal clear - what about atmosphere? Can you add haze? Collage: Can already be done in v13 (albeit not automated, but I would prefer to set my own parameters for that) More titles and styles - these are easy to do anyway so more presets does not appeal. Coordinating music to length of clip - can be done using time stretch but a bit fiddly so that would be useful. All in all the only real advantage I can see for premier elements v15 are 1: fitting music to clip length and 2: better export options for the finished video. So other than adding some gimmicky presets, is it a real step up from v13, or just a few more bells and whistles? Any feedback appreciated!

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Re: Our Guide to Premiere Elements & Photoshop Elements 15

Postby Steve Grisetti » Fri Oct 21, 2016 7:12 am

Check out my answer at your forum post, Sou'Wester.
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