11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
I've used a couple of other manuals in this series and found them excellent but I found this one a little disappointing.
It may be because I'm not interested in producing home videos with lots of title gimmicks destined to be exported to a DVD and run on a PC or TV. I suspect - but cannot judge - that the manual covers this application area thoroughly.
My interest is in editing video material, perhaps adding voice overs and finally converting it to a FLASH flv file for use, as a streaming video, within FLASH marketing and promotional material. If your interest is similar you may find the organisation of the manual less than optimum and much of the content somewhat irrelevant.
But I'm probably in the minority !
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 14 March 2010
These reviews are intended to help potential buyers to make purchasing decisions. This book is OK but not in the same league as the Photoshop Elements 8 Missing Manual.
I have used Premiere Elements since Release 3 and why another reviewer should seek to rubbish it in this forum beats me. The product is excellent and stable, and there's no value in criticising something you clearly don't understand.