Adobe Photoshop & Premiere Elements 14
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : Non
- Langue : Anglais
- Dimensions du colis : 17.6 x 13.4 x 2.4 cm; 60 grammes
- Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr : 31 décembre 2015
- Fabricant : Adobe
- Numéro du modèle de l'article : 65263931
- ASIN : B013UNNAI2
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Adobe Photoshp & Premiere Elements International English
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However, there was one issue that you need to be aware of if you install the software on an SSD with limited space. The media cache files folder which defaults to the C: drive quickly starts to fill up and eventually could use up all available space. I was able to move the Premiere Elements cache files to my 1TB drive which is where I also set up my scratch files for both Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements. However I could not find out how to move my Adobe Media Cache files which increased markedly every time I played a video file in Organiser. In the end I gave up and emptied my Adobe Media Cache files and removed all of my video files from my catlog. Now everything is fine, with the Adobe Media Cache Files folder remaining empty. I also cannot move the Adobe Media Cache which contains 100s of 1KB mcdb files, but these aren't causing me a problem at the moment and so I've left them. So in summary this is a great piece of software providing your PC is up to the job, and needs to be carefully set up if you want to have good control over your storage.
1.You will need an Adobe membership account whatever route you choose to buy this product.
2.Other purchasers recommended buying the discs rather than downloading the products. I have in the past downloaded these and this time I bought the discs. Its an either/or scenario and there is little to choose between the two routes
3. You need to disable antivirus software or the installation process will not proceed.
4.Each programme installs separately but then both launch from the same splash screen. If you want to reduce icons on your desktop name one of them (PSE in my case) as Photo Shop and delete the other. You can run Elements Organizer or Premiere from the one you kept.
5.Update (drop down from Menu bar) ensures you have the latest version. Latest, that is before they stopped updating it. Adobe stop updating Version x when they start developing Version y for obvious reasons.
I will update this further when I have played with Premiere, but Elements is running without issue and I look forward to exploring the additions from v 13
The product itself is great and is at the Adobe standard of doing what it is supposed. It has plenty of tricks and tools and works well. I don't like the start-up options screen and would rather just go straight into the program, but that does seem to be what all software is doing these days.
Once into the program itself it does all the usual stuff and I was a bit surprised that compared with Photoshop from years ago that not much has changed. It has a few nice toys and more support for those that want help to do things, but for those that don't, it just gets annoying.
So if this is your first time with Adobe Photoshop then you can have support and easy ways to do things, but for those experienced users it's much the same as the old versions with a few more bits thrown in.