Select a project preset Before starting a project choose a project preset that

Select a project preset before starting a project

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Select a project preset Before starting a project, choose a project preset that best suits the following considerations: The type of movie clip you plan to edit The final output
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9 USING ADOBE PREMIERE ELEMENTS 10 Getting started with Adobe Premiere Elements Last updated 11/22/2011 Project presets For example, if you have a MiniDV camcorder, choose a DV project preset because: The preset gives you the best editing experience The preset is ideal for exporting your project to DVD The high definition project presets are meant for editing footage from high definition cameras and ideal for exporting to Blu-ray. If you add a movie clip that has different properties (Dimension, FPS, Pixel aspect ratio, Field order) than the project’s preset to the timeline, a message is displayed. Click Yes in the message to allow Premiere Elements to change the project’s settings to match the properties of the clip.
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10 USING ADOBE PREMIERE ELEMENTS 10 Getting started with Adobe Premiere Elements Last updated 11/22/2011 Add media to your project Options to import media into Adobe Premiere Elements To import media into your project, do one of the following: Capture recorded content from a tape device The process of transferring a video, or portions of it, from a recording device to your hard disk is called capturing . When you capture a movie using Adobe Premiere Elements, the captured movie clips are converted to a compatible format and saved on your hard disk. References to the captured movie clips are created in the project. Capture live recording using a webcam or WDM device Import from devices such as DVD camcorders, AVCHD, mobile phones, and your hard disk. Drag-and-drop files you previously imported into Elements Organizer. For a video on capturing videos using Adobe Premiere Elements, see . Assemble movie clips in your project The quickest way to assemble movie clips in your project is to use the Sceneline. If you want better control and flexibility in working with movie clips, use the Timeline. For more information on using the Timeline, see . Edit movie clips Editing movie clips involves the following tasks: Trimming unwanted portions Adding and mixing audio Adding special effects
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11 USING ADOBE PREMIERE ELEMENTS 10 Getting started with Adobe Premiere Elements Last updated 11/22/2011 Adding transition effects between movie clips Adding text and titles Adobe Premiere Elements provides you with the required tools to edit your movie according to your requirements. For a quick tour of creating effects in Adobe Premiere Elements, see . Copy movies to disc (Blu Ray, DVD)/Share movie You can export and share movies, stills, and audio in various file types to the web, mobile devices, videotape, and Blu Ray discs/DVDs. You can also copy and save projects for editing and storage.
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