1 In Adobe Premiere Elements select File New Project 2 Click Change Settings

1 in adobe premiere elements select file new project

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1 In Adobe Premiere Elements, select File > New > Project. 2 Click Change Settings. More Help topics About project settings and presets ” on page 25 Video Tutorial ” on page 25 Start a new project 1 Do one of the following: From the Welcome screen, click New Project. If Adobe Premiere Elements is open, choose File > New > Project. 2 (Optional) To change the settings used, click Change Settings, select a different preset and click OK. 3 In the New Project dialog box, specify a name and location for the project, and click OK. By default, the folder for a saved project also stores rendered previews, conformed audio files, and captured audio and video. These files are very large, so save them to your largest, fastest hard drive. To store these files separately from projects, choose Edit > Preferences > Scratch Disks / Adobe Premiere Elements 10 > Preferences > Scratch Disks.
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22 USING ADOBE PREMIERE ELEMENTS 10 Projects Last updated 11/22/2011 More Help topics About project settings and presets ” on page 25 Create or change project presets ” on page 26 About scratch disks ” on page 39 Open a project You can open only one project at a time. To ensure that Adobe Premiere Elements can open an existing project, make sure that both the project file (.prel) and the source files used in it are accessible on your computer. Do one of the following: From the Welcome screen, click Open Project, and then click the project name. (If the project isn’t listed, click Open, select the project file, and click Open.) If Adobe Premiere Elements is open, choose File > Open Project or Open Recent Project; then select the project file, and click Open. In Windows®, double-click the project file. Note: Adobe Premiere Elements can open projects made in earlier versions of the program, but earlier versions of the program cannot open projects made in later versions. If you have two or more versions of Adobe Premiere Elements installed, you may need to open a project from within the software, or by right-clicking/ctrl-clicking the file and choosing the application, rather than by double-clicking the project file. More Help topics Open a project saved by Auto Save ” on page 25 Creating a slide show You can create a slide show from a collection of still images easily using the Sceneline. Create a slide show 1 In the Project workspace, click the Show Still Images button, and deselect the Show Video button and Show Audio button. 2 Ctrl-click/Cmd-click still images in the order in which you want them to appear in the slide show. 3 Drag the selected group to a target area in the Sceneline and choose one of the following: Add As Individual Stills This option places each still image onto its own target area in the Sceneline.
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