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Premiere Elements 2018 is a great video editing platform for all kinds of videos. Whether you have vacation footage to edit or clips from a special event like a graduation, or maybe you have a goal, like me, of creating a yearly recap video of all the fun stuff you did as a family over the course of a year. All of these ideas would make a great family video, so in this post, I'm back with another Premiere Elements 2018 tutorial!
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I'm really excited to dive into the latest greatest version of Adobe Premiere Elements 2018 today, because it has some great new features, like the Fix Action Cam Footage Guided Edit.
Automatic editing for action camera and GoPro footage is kind of a big new thing these days. It really changes the game for a lot of people… particularly people who are new to creating fun hobby videos, family movies, or GoPro edits. You're not necessarily trying to win an Oscar–you just want to put all of your best clips together into one video that you can show off to friends and family, and be able to relive those experiences again in the future.
If you have time lapse footage on your hard drive waiting to be edited, try this easy tip and take your time-lapse to the next level! (more…)
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I'm not married to any one particular GoPro editing platform. I have my favorites, sure, but I looked to my community to tell me what the best GoPro software out there was.
In last week's post, we had a little talk about GoPro Studio and just one of its limitations. For editing family videos and home movies, you will probably want a piece of software that is a little more robust, without going full pro. Take a look at Adobe Premiere Elements 13 with me, as I figure it out for the first time! (more…)