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Good indepth book with lots of useful feature info,
This review is from: Adobe Premiere Elements For Dummies (For Dummies (Computers)) (Paperback)
Keith's knowledge of Premiere really pays off in his "Adobe Premiere Elements" for Dummies book.
The book does a good job of going more indepth than the user manual that comes with the product. Capture, Edit, Effects, Titles, DVD and other export types like web, are all covered.
I really enjoyed the numerous examples & gotchas that folks just learning how to edit video would run into. The book has a good balance of tips on video editing, as well as going indepth on how to do specific special effects. Chapter 19 goes thru 10 specific examples: Making people disappear on video, seeing double (twins), freeze frames, old movie, star wars titles, Ken Burn pan & zooms, moving image mattes, lens flares, audio hums and zooming in on video.
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Initial post: Feb 24, 2010 11:06:58 AM PST
Carlos O. Monzon says:
November 7, 2004? There was not Premiere Elements 8 at that time.
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