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Adobe Premiere Elements 7 (PC)

by Adobe Systems Inc.
Windows XP / Vista
2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
Price: 24.99
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  • Platform:   Windows XP / Vista
  • Media: DVD-ROM
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • Item Weight: 299 g
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  • ASIN: B001ELK950
  • Release Date: 11 Nov 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,670 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)

Product Description

Product Description

Making movies is easy with Adobe Premiere Elements 7. From automated movie-making options to more advanced features to enhance your editing skills, Adobe Premiere Elements 7 delivers everything you need to turn your video clips into mini-blockbusters. Add stunning sound and visuals in a few simple steps; enhance your movies with effects such as animations and scene transitions; even edit a clip to play to the beat of a favourite tune. Sharing your movies is easy too--burn footage to DVD or Blu-ray Disc, or upload direct to video-sharing sites or your personal webpage.

Enjoy a variety of easy ways to show off your movies. Share far and wide by uploading directly to YouTube, or share with family and friends on your personal website. Burn to DVD or Blu-ray Disc. Or play your movies on mobile phones and other portable media devices. Click to enlarge.

Let Adobe Premiere Elements automatically analyse and tag your footage based on quality and interest to make it easy to choose the best clips for your movies. Click to enlarge.

Add visual appeal with hundreds of effects and transitions, interactive disc menus, animated title, and professional credits. Click to enlarge.

Create amazing movies in minutes--With the simple to use Sceneline feature you can easily plan your movie storyboard-style; just drag and drop thumbnails of clips, transitions, audio and effects to create your ideal clip. The automated InstantMovie option selects your best clips for you and builds a movie to the theme of your choice for a ‘Hollywood style’ effect.

Add stunning visuals and sound--Give your movies the professional touch with dazzling visual and audio effects, including animated titles, rich audio, TV-style transitions and customised interactive disc menus. Add musical soundtracks that automatically adjust to match the length of your movie, or choose your favourite song and edit the clip to fit the beat. Easily combine elements of different videos for entertaining results.

Easy find and view options--Keep your video clips at your fingertips with powerful search capabilities including custom tagging and new text searching. Scroll through your videos, apply tags and view and retrieve clips quickly--even when your library grows to thousands.

Share movies everywhere--Easily burn footage to DVD or Blu-ray Disc, play movies on mobile devices, and share your clips and pictures with friends, family and even worldwide audiences by uploading directly to your personal website or sites such as YouTube.


Customer Reviews

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39 of 40 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Adobe Premier Elements 7 - Second Thoughts 26 Nov 2008
By Solario
I've waited long for the ability to edit AVCHD with Premier, having used the earlier DV versions with success. I have upgraded my PC (Quad 2.8GhZ - 4Gb RAM - 9800GT - Vista HP SP1) but I have to be very patient.

It tends to crash if I move clips quickly or click the next action before the last has been executed. Premier 'not responding' is an all to familiar line in task manager

Having said that, my previous experience with Premier, initially was similar but as I became more familiar with the earlier suites, crashes did reduce. Sadly this is not the case with PE7

I've tried to make BluRay DVD's but have failed abysmally. It destroyed two DVD's and I've returned the writer to the retailer (Not Amazon)I'm not sure of the cause.

The PE7 booklet and help are very poor. If I had no experience I would be really have been in trouble trying to carry out simple edits.

In desparation I have today bought Sony Vegas Movie Studio 9 Platinum and so far it is excellent. Responsive with easy to learn tutorials. No crashes. Bluray? I'll see how I progress.
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58 of 60 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Generally good, some annoying flaws 18 Jan 2009
By J. A. Eyers VINE VOICE
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I got Adobe Premiere Elements after trying to cobble together a 200-clip holiday video taken with a new camcorder using the standard issue Windows Movie Maker. Unfortunately, after spending several hours editing it all together, putting in transitions and titles too, I found it refused to encode my movie or burn it to DVD, and a little Internet searching revealed compatibility issues that Movie Maker has with Vista.

So the first thing I have to say about APEv7 is that it is entirely compatible with Vista (and given that compatibility issues with Vista are common, I think this point deserves a sentence unto itself).

For those like me who have used Movie Maker before, the APEv7 interface will seem familiar to you. It is essentially the same: import media (from the hard drive, direct from your camcorder, or several other options I didn't need), then drag the thumbnail into an empty frame. However, that's where the similarities end. APEv7 really is a very user friendly way of editing your videos to exactly the way you can imagine them in your head, rather than the extent of the limits of the software.

Within a few clicks of the mouse you can trim the beginning or end off clips, add music (and cut the beginning or end off those too), insert titles, fades and countless other effects, make a clip run much faster, or slow it right down, and then preview the whole thing, find that music starts a fraction of a fraction of a second too early for the music, and go in at that precise a timeline to sort it out.

That is something I really liked about this software. If you're a perfectionist like me, the option to view your entire movie on a millisecond by millisecond basis, and make changes at that level, is essential.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
After having read the review and recommendation in PCPro magazine that this was a good video editing application, and having been impressed with Adobe Acrobat Professional package, I assumed the Adobe Premier Elements 7 software would be a safe bet.

I downloaded the software and started to try and use it. I had about 6GB of data video data to load and wanted to make use of the better video workflow offered by a package like Elements rather than the inbuilt Windows Moviemaker.

Windows Moviemaker imported the 6GB of data without a hitch and was usable. As soon as I tried to import the same data to Elements 7, I started getting error messages that it couldn't decode some of the files, which was strange considering it could do the others from exactly the same camera and were basic AVI's, and that the application was running out of memory(on a system with 8GB RAM). As soon as I started trying to edit the data the application would crash. I uninstalled and reinstalled on 3 different systems, Vista 64, Vista 32, and XP 32 (I really wanted this to work!) but had the same errors on each. Looking at the forums there is a lot of talk about the difficulties in getting the package to work and the poor quality of customer service technical support for this package. I will be using my distance selling directive rights to get a refund for this package. I'm disappointed I had to do so and thought it important you should be forewarned.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Premiere yet 19 Mar 2009
By Mr. M. Regan TOP 1000 REVIEWER VINE VOICE
I have to state that i have not had one crash with 7 yet and I've done over 40 videos with it. I have imported DV footage from a number of different Video cameras, mainly Panasonic, but JVC, Sony and some from a Fuji camera. I have edited, tweaked and generally fiddled about with the video until it has been uploaded onto the web as a flash video and it hasn't missed a beat. I haven't got the most awesome machine but I do have Dual core 64 bit processors, 3Gb RAM and very large hard drives but it is a laptop and it is running Vista Ultimate 64. My only real complaint with it is that you have to authorise the codecs by going to the Adobe site and getting a code and sticking it into premiere that is a waste of time and thye should be part of the package. I bought mine with Photoshop Elements 7 for under 100 and I have to sya I feel like I got an excellent deal. For anyone who wants to have a good go at video editing I would recommend Elements 7, unless you have an unlimited budget in which case buy pro. I do find it strange that some people can not export as an Mpeg I haven't had a problem, I wonder if some people are not using the latest drivers for their hardware or maybe if their systems are not compatible with Premiere for some reason, but I will be considering buying 8 when it appears.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Great product. Easy to use.
Needed something to tidy up my home movies and this is the product. Easy to use and produces excellent results.
Published 4 months ago by Maureen
5.0 out of 5 stars i love it
Fantastic piece of software, i was told about so i thought i will give it a go what a lovely surprise i had fantastic
Published 14 months ago by Keith Walters
3.0 out of 5 stars Not in my element
Worked ok with standard definition tape but not happy with HD quality. To many issues. and crashes.
Bit disappointing i'm afraid but did its job at the time
Published 16 months ago by keith
3.0 out of 5 stars Adobe Premiere Elements
Maybe I will like it in the future, when I have learnd it better. It is quite different from what I am used to!
Published on 12 Jun 2011 by Ola
1.0 out of 5 stars Basic
This is a very poor basic editing tool. It is not good for HD or high quality movie editing and is probably only suitable for kids to have a play around with, if it works. Read more
Published on 26 Aug 2010 by Smallvillenews
1.0 out of 5 stars Riddled with bugs
It will not take you long to find out that this piece of software is a poor release of an otherwise good product. Read more
Published on 14 April 2010 by Penguin Fach
1.0 out of 5 stars Terrible.
I have had this software for about 6 months now, to start with it was great, editind small projects 2-3 minutes long. Read more
Published on 19 Jan 2010 by Mrs. S. R. Walton
1.0 out of 5 stars Unable to down load the content.
Very disappointed. I don't know who to contact.
Requires a serial number. Doesnot accept the serial number on the disc. Read more
Published on 12 Nov 2009 by P. Sivayokan
4.0 out of 5 stars Good product/service
Good programme, used it once so far to create a fairly simple vid but worked v nicely. Only issue is that it seems not to have installed properly - gives me a warning message every... Read more
Published on 5 Nov 2009 by D. Kitson
1.0 out of 5 stars Can it get any worse
I know, when you have decided to buy something, it's hard to change your mind, even when you have read the reviews that tell you to buy something else, anything else, but I've got... Read more
Published on 26 Oct 2009 by Mr. K. M. Jacks
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