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Essential software for the Image/Video editor,
This review is from: Adobe Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements 10 Bundle (PC/Mac) (DVD-ROM)Upgrading from version 9 to version 10.
After some testing I have concluded the following:
When installed and used the user is faced with an 'Organiser' that are identical for both Photoshop Elements 10 and Premiere Elements 10, only difference is that when you choose a photo to edit the 'Organiser' opens up Photoshop and if you select to edit a video 'Organiser' opens Premiere - This is assuming you have both products installed.
Version 10 supplies three new Search tools when installed these are:
-Photo and Visual Simularity. (Visual Similarity, however, is new only on the Mac. It was already built into the earlier Windows product.)
Photoshop Elements 10 tabbed interface is organised into 3 sections these are Edit, Create and Share. From there, Edit is further divided into sub-Tabs for Full, Quick and Guided Edits.
On the other hand Premiere Elements 10 offers a tabbed interface separated into Project, Edit, Disc Menus and Share. From there, Project is where you compile your video.
Sharing your images and videos is easier as the popular social media sites 'Facebook' and 'Youtube' have been integrated into the software. This allows the user to share images and videos seamlessly.
Great software from Adobe, however there could have been more enhancements made and possibly Adobe could have expanded more on the features in this version.
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Initial post: 6 Nov 2011 09:06:45 GMT
CHARLES P. SELLEY says:
Hi ...I see you upgraded from version 9 to 10 ... do you know if it's possible to upgrade from version 7 with this product 10? ... cheers, Charlie
In reply to an earlier post on 12 Dec 2011 08:54:56 GMT
John S says:
Can't help directly as I don't use the product but if you look at post from Barnsey who also gave 4 stars, it seems he/she upgraded from 7.
In reply to an earlier post on 21 Dec 2011 21:37:26 GMT
At today's date the difference in price between an Elements upgrade and the full new 10 version is £1. I have always found that the best option is to install the new version, but just make sure that it's located in a different folder to that of any previous versions. That way you can keep any older versions alongside the new one. Any new version of Elements will find your old photo Album/Organizer
automatically. (ie: in this case version 7) The new Elements 10 is a worthwhile upgrade from 7 and slots into Windows 7 like a dream.
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