Adobe Premiere Elements lets you edit, enhance, organize and share your videos into movies. It supports import and export formats such as AVCHD, DV-AVI [Windows import/export, Mac import only], DVD, H.264, Dolby Digital Stereo, HDV, MPEG-2, MPEG-3, MPEG-1 [import only], MP3, Windows Media [for Windows only], QuickTime and Blu-ray Disc [export only] among others.
The new features include FilmLooks that let your movies project a cinematic style; Organizer views that let you manage your videos based on events, places and people; slow-motion and fast-motion effects to create suspense, emphasis, drama, energy, fun or excitement to your movies; easy video editing through Quick and Expert modes, the Action bar and bold icons; easy color adjustment with the use of sliders, sharing your video works on Vimeo; memory maps; video enhancement with photo-blending techniques; addition of your watermark, signature or copyright.
Requirements for Windows are 2GHz processor or faster with SSE2 support, dual core processor for AVCHD or HDV editing and AVCHD or Blu-ray export; Windows XP SP2, Windows Vista, Windows Media Center [natively running on 32bit and compatibility running of 32bit in 64bit], Windows 8 or Windows 7; 2GB RAM, 4GB hard disk space for installation, additional 5GB for downloading content; graphics card with latest drivers; 16bit video card, 1024x768 color display; DirectX9 or 10; DVD-ROM drive for burning DVDs or Blu-ray burner for burning Blu-ray discs; QuickTime 7 software; Firewire/IEEE/DV/i.LINK interface for Digital 8 DV camcorder connection; Windows Media Player for import/export of Windows Media formats; Internet connection for Internet services.
Requirements for Mac include 64bit multicore Intel processor, versions 10.6 to 10.8 operating systems, 2GB RAM, 4BG hard disk space, 5GB for downloaded content, graphics card with latest drivers, 1024x768 color monitor, DVD-ROM drive or Blu-ray Drive; QuickTime 7 software, Firewire/IEEE/DV/i.LINK interface for Digital 8 DV camcorder connection, Internet for Web services.
Our users primarily use Adobe Premiere Elements to open these file types:
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