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Adobe Premiere Elements

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Adobe Premiere Elements
Developer(s)Adobe Systems
Stable release
12.0 / September 23, 2013 (2013-09-23)
Operating systemMac OS X, Microsoft Windows
TypeVideo editing software
WebsiteAdobe Premiere Elements Home Page

Adobe Premiere Elements is an editing software that allows users to edit videos and make home-made movies, using the provided options.

Elements was made as a simpler and easier to learn version of Premiere Pro.[1]

Compatibility[change | change source]

Upon release, the software was made compatible with Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Mac OS X. The installation of the software is different for each device, providing step by step instructions. It can only be installed once per device, where it then needs to be uninstalled before installing again to a different device.

Adobe ID[change | change source]

An Adobe ID is a paid service that allows access to otherwise inaccessible content created by Adobe. The price of an Adobe ID has varied in the past five years. It currently costs around ten dollars a month, although the price may be different depending where you are located. Creating your Adobe ID also unlocks free benefits for Adobe Photoshop and an automatic online backup.

Free Trial[change | change source]

A free thirty day trial is available to those who are willing to download the often large amount of data required. The trial includes everything you would get from buying the product, attempting to get customers to buy the full version after the trial is over.

Awards[change | change source]

Adobe Premiere Elements has won over 180 editing awards and has been classified as number one award winning editing software for the past 10 years.

Sharing[change | change source]

Adobe has a built in sharing configuration, that allows users to share their videos to major websites such as YouTube and Facebook. It also allows easy transferring onto a DVD, or into AVCHD format.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Premiere Pro vs. Premiere Elements | Adobe". www.adobe.com. Retrieved 2022-03-28.