Top: The software’s organizer makes it easier to
catalog and organize video, audio and still images in convenient categories. You can also tag
and keyword footage for quick access.
Middle: The latest version of the software provides extensive filters and controls for adjusting
color, lighting and contrast as well as the ability
to apply cinematic looks to video.
Bottom: A streamlined interface with a brighter
background and icon-based controls makes
for an easier and more efficient video editing
which vary the degree or intensity of the
changes. If you desire finer control, simply
hit the “more” button to affect changes
using traditional sliders.
Premiere Elements 11 also makes it easy
to share footage whether it’s outputted to
a standard DVD, Blue-ray, a tablet or even
a digital media player such as an iPhone.
In addition, it has incorporated the ability
to directly upload your finished movie to
services such as Vimeo for online sharing
with family, friends or the world.
The software is available as a stand-alone
or bundled with Photoshop Elements 11.
The price is $99 or $79 for the upgrade.
As part of the bundle, the price is $149, or
$119 for the upgrade.
Ibarionex Perello is a photographer, writer and educator as well as the host of The Candid Frame photography podcast. He has also authored Chasing the Light:
Improving Photography Using Available Light and
5D Mark III: From Snapshots to Great Shots.