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Introduction to Adobe Premiere Elements 11: Learn by Video (Anglais) DVD-Rom – 23 octobre 2012
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This focused workshop provides over 3 hours of high-quality video training on editing your own personal videos in Adobe® Premiere Elements® 11. Trainer Chad Perkins starts by introducing you to the Premiere Elements workspace and explaining how to bring video files into the program. Next, you'll learn how to assemble your video clips into great-looking movies complete with titles, transitions, and special effects. Chad will also show you some of the new features in Premiere Elements 11, such as viewing your videos and photos on a map based on where they were taken. Finally, you'll learn how to share your movies with friends and family on DVDs or the Web.
Chad presents three hours of high-quality video tutorials, complete with lesson files, assessment quizzes, and review materials. The video is wrapped in a unique interface that allows the viewer to jump to any topic and also bookmark individual sections for later review. The unique Watch-and-Work mode shrinks the video into a small window to allow the student to work alongside in Premiere Elements. Project files used in the lessons are included on the disc so viewers can practice what they have learned, and interactive review questions help reinforce freshly gained knowledge.
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I sure am glad that I chose to get this. In the first 30 seconds of the DVD I learned an easier way to add media (video, audio, pictures) than what I had learned in studying Adobe's website for an hour. After watching it all, it seems so simple now. The narrator does move very quickly through the functions and how to work them so the pause button on my DVD player got a real workout. With the DVD paused I was able to try out some of his tips on my computer while I watched it. This was so helpful!
I recommend this to anyone who is new to editing video. This really helped me understand how easy it is to work the software and also just how much the software will do. By the end of the DVD I had learned things that I didn't even know that it could do. Just remember that he goes quickly and if you want to try it out on the computer along with watching the DVD that you will have to become a pro at pausing the DVD player.
Now that I know how to work Premier Elements to its full potential, Steven Spielberg and Martin Scorsese better watch out. I will soon be turning out better video than anyone in Hollywood! I know that a video review would be more logical for this, but I don't have a minute to spare. I am anxious to get started making incredible video.
Experienced film editors will probably not need this video; people new to film editing and the Adobe program will greatly benefit from it though. The actual creation of short, coherent movies from multiple clips in the video is a teaching technique that registers: I picked up some difficult concepts quickly because of this.
Chad Perkins the host is intelligent and personable. His knowledge and subtle sense of humor made the many hours of teaching fly by fast. However, one viewing will not be enough. I'm on my third viewing now (perhaps I'm a slow learner) and I might need a few more. Chad's instruction sinks in better I think if a person is working on a real project. A real project plus Chad's insights are a good combination for mastering Premiere Elements.
I am new to video, this DVD-ROM is nice, and handy I just wish it was DVD split up in chapters so I can use it in my DVD player while I am working on my computer.
I’m still using it as a reference when I need to perform some unusual task.
This DVD-ROM is a must with Premier Elements 11.