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Re: The Muvipix.com Guide to Premiere Elements 7 is here!

Postby Chuck Engels » Mon Dec 01, 2008 8:03 pm

You can always stop by here first Michael, if we don't know the answer we will know where to send you.
Most of the time you can get the answer here, we do have many Photoshop users as well as Premiere, both the pro versions as well as the Elements versions. We even have a few MAC people here too :)
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Re: The Muvipix.com Guide to Premiere Elements 7 is here!

Postby Chuck Engels » Tue Dec 02, 2008 2:08 pm

Almost forgot one of my very favorite Photoshop tutorial sites http://home.zonnet.nl/epragt/tutorials/ ... ex.jsp.htm

We now return you to the original topic - Steve's Book =D>
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Re: The Muvipix.com Guide to Premiere Elements 7 is here!

Postby Ric » Thu Dec 18, 2008 8:51 pm

Steve,

Have not been able to log on in about 2 weeks very busy finishing a new video. And I was reading a bunch of the lastest post getting up to date and saw this post and just ordered my copy. Sorry it took me so long and I can't wait to read it.
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Re: The Muvipix.com Guide to Premiere Elements 7 is here!

Postby Ric » Thu Dec 18, 2008 9:03 pm

Not sure if you need this but here is my order number 104-4856902-2420244
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Re: The Muvipix.com Guide to Premiere Elements 7 is here!

Postby Steve Grisetti » Fri Dec 19, 2008 8:52 am

Maybe demand is so great for the book that we're crashing the system! ;)
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Re: The Muvipix.com Guide to Premiere Elements 7 is here!

Postby stevek » Thu Jan 01, 2009 12:16 pm

I am a beginner and have been using Premiere 7 for a couple of months. Some of these type of books can be difficult to understand.

Obviously, I am interested in something that is easy to understand. Is the book for a beginner?

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Re: The Muvipix.com Guide to Premiere Elements 7 is here!

Postby Steve Grisetti » Thu Jan 01, 2009 12:42 pm

Definitely! Lots of baby steps. ;) Just like my Steve's Tips articles in the products area of Muvipix!

We have got a sample chapter on our products page, so you can check it out and make sure.
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Re: The Muvipix.com Guide to Premiere Elements 7 is here!

Postby Chuck Engels » Thu Jan 01, 2009 1:11 pm

And we still do recommend the Premiere Elements 2 In A Snap book as well.
It is for beginner to intermediate and covers many tasks that have not changed since version 2.
Keyframing is still identical as are many other tasks. The two books together make a great team, you can ask many of the members here :)
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Re: The Muvipix.com Guide to Premiere Elements 7 is here!

Postby stevek » Thu Jan 01, 2009 1:37 pm

Thank you, I will buy the book. It will be needed because of a large and challenging project coming up.

I have a large collection of Super 8 (Film) movies that were converted to Mini DV recently. I converted it from Mini DV (digital) to 720x480 .AVI format.

Do you have any suggestions or ideas?

The movies will be burned to a DVD and the highest quality is important.

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Re: The Muvipix.com Guide to Premiere Elements 7 is here!

Postby Steve Grisetti » Thu Jan 01, 2009 1:59 pm

When you say "converted to AVI" do you mean that you captured them into your computer over FireWire? If so, that's a good thing.

There are many types of AVI (including Divx and Xvid). And not all will work well in Premiere Elements. The "right" AVIs should be rather large: about 13 gigs per hour of video.

But I hope, if you're going to all the trouble of loading these files into Premiere Elements, you plan to do some interesting post production work on them rather than just output a DVD. If you're looking to just capture video and output discs, there are cheaper and more efficient ways to do it.

The true power of Premiere Elements is in its ability to get you professional-style video editing results from a desktop computer.
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Re: The Muvipix.com Guide to Premiere Elements 7 is here!

Postby stevek » Thu Jan 01, 2009 2:35 pm

CinePost created the film transfer via expensive professional equipment. CinePost did the project on Mini DV tapes.

http://www.posthouse.com/Film_Transfer_Main.html

I converted the Mini DV tapes (digital) to 720x480 .AVI format, using a Sony Camcorder and Sony's Vegas Platinum software. The files are very large. My largest file is 59 minute duration, and 13.1 Gigs

The collection is about 14 hours

Yes, I plan to do post production. It's my biggest fear, because it will take many months since I do not know what I am doing.

Your book will be a start.
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Re: The Muvipix.com Guide to Premiere Elements 7 is here!

Postby momoffduty » Thu Jan 01, 2009 3:29 pm

stevek, have a suggestion for a project. I recently converted old tapes for a friend onto DVDs in date order and combined tapes of the same event onto a DVD. Before deleting the projects, I saved short 4 min clips, exported as AVIs to separate folder and numbered each clip by date/project #...so the clips would appear in order. About 3 to 5 clips per project. I then used those clips for a highlight video set to music, about 3 songs long. It was of her daughter's first year. By saving the clips as I went along, it was very easy to make the highlight video. Only used about 20 to 25 secs of each clip, but having the clips at least 4 min long to start gave me handles to work with.

Steve's book and the Snap book are must reads. Very easy to follow and can jump ahead to do accomplish a specific task. Great index too. :study:
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Re: The Muvipix.com Guide to Premiere Elements 7 is here!

Postby Barb O » Mon Jan 05, 2009 1:04 pm

Steve or Chuck,

I am looking for a link that is on Amazon UK for purchasing the book so that I can post it in response to a thread over on the elementsvillage.com forum.

If you post that link here, I will cut and paste it over to elementsvillage. Thanks.
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Re: The Muvipix.com Guide to Premiere Elements 7 is here!

Postby Chuck Engels » Mon Jan 05, 2009 1:11 pm

Barb, The book is not available in the UK but Steve has been known to ship them there.
Have the poster check in here or drop Steve a line at steve AT muvipix DOT com
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Re: The Muvipix.com Guide to Premiere Elements 7 is here!

Postby Steve Grisetti » Mon Jan 05, 2009 1:45 pm

Yes, I'll be glad to ship you a copy. I think with international shipping, it comes out to around 20.50 British pounds.

Does that work? If so, just write me at the address Chuck listed above.
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