The new version of Adobe Premiere Elements may be a bit easier on new features that most people are used to, but the 2019 version places a laser focus on automated operations that make it quick to edit your family videos.
With increased confidence in its intelligent Sensei intelligence engine, Adobe helps users with dull and complex tasks like picking the best pictures or videos for a collage or trimming the fat out of movies before they merge.
The first place you meet improved automation is the brand new home screen, identical to that in Photoshop Elements 2019. It gives you access to new automatically generated collages and slideshows derived from the images and videos you uploaded to the Organizer, the built-in activity manager as Comes with the program. Premiere Elements dives into your photos and videos to create presentable and shareable social media, some of which are specifically designed for Instagram and Facebook.
Premiere Elements 201
Premiere Elements ™ Revamped Quick Edit Mode is the heart of the program that allows you to trim your videos and splice them into longer and more complex movies. The new Quick Edit gives you two simple buttons that control the path of the application and how you approach editing the video.
"Trim a video clip" helps you automatically trim without having to manually scrub through it to cut yourself. You can certainly do it if you want, but the automatic feature is quite good at selecting areas of your recordings that have a mix of people and action, the great focus on interest in most family-friendly videos.
The concept behind the interface was a bit confusing at first, in Adobe's work to make the feature more familiar to beginners. The Smart Trim feature always selects The first seconds of each clip to show you how to choose video. You can also click Show Preset button, which automatically adjusts the app to concentrate on Action, People, or a mix of the two in sliding scale. A notation I found confusing – which you can reject after first use of preset button – warns users that if you first tried to cut the video yourself, the presets will later delete your changes.
You can choose to reject that notation after the first appearance and I suggest you do so. Let the presets work, their magic is a good start and from there I could manually remove multiple bits and restore others using preset slider or manually select which frames to add or cut.
Combine photos and videos to create a single movie, debut the new Sceneline feature, a storyboard view that lets you put together more clips and still pictures on the timeline, giving you a broad overview of how your movie is organized. Sceneline brings all the kinematic elements you need in a single work area, allowing you to access titles, audio, pan and zoom and trim features directly from the timeline. Sceneline is an elegant solution that lets you edit each clip individually while staying on the storyboard.
Adobe ID, Home Screen, No 360 Support
Although it's a standalone app with perpetual license, all users must log in with an Adobe ID to use the items.
Elements have separated the home screen from the rest of the program so you now have two docks open while editing your recordings. Adobe seeks to make the home screen an independent reference and resource that is always available to users, regardless of whether they are in the editing process. 19659002] And despite the popularity of 360 video for VR presentations, Adobe still considers that a profunction is supported by Premiere, but not by consumer app.
The Adobe Premiere Elements 2019 concentrates on two main areas, both of which is addicted to its Sensei AI engine. Users will appreciate the Auto Creations feature available from the new homepage because you do not have to do anything other than pressing the Share button. With the review of Quick Edit mode, the program can send two main types of edits to their most useful interface and then provide all the tools needed to accomplish the editing task. It is remarkably streamlined and will make for a faster and easier workflow for most home-based filmmakers.
As with most Adobe Elements upgrades, delivered each year, it's always good to skip specific versions if you've purchased or upgraded the application quite recently. New users will find Adobe Elements fun and easy to use, which takes so much of the scary challenge out of video editing. Owners of older versions have a lot to look forward to with the 2019 version.