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    Default Adobe Premier Elements

    Check it out. Might be ideal for those who can't afford the full monty.

    http://store.adobe.com/products/prem.../overview.html

    Looks like it's retailing at about $99 US

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    Not even a murmer of interest eh?
    I would have assumed that a 70 UKP package capable of editing, with (apparently) loads of transitions and effects and capable of producing DVDs would have interested someone?

    But then again, those subcribign are already 'editors' and already have some s/w for the job eh?

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    Should have a review posted soon!

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    Just got my greasy mits on it and first impressions are good. Full review to follow

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    It's good. Full review at http://www.marcpeters.co.uk/adobe-premiere-elements.htm

    Its a first draft so forgive the typos and general lack of any kind of proper use of the english language.

    And there it is. Adobe Premiere and Encore stripped down and presented as a single package at a fraction of the price. But to the average user, the stripped down part of this sentence is irrelevant. Even in this state, there's enough editing features to last the casual user a lifetime of editing. Moreover, Adobe include an intuitive smart help system as an integral part of the workspace, and a user friendly interface to guide you through from capture to edit. Add one of the most user friendly DVD creation modules I've ever seen, and Adobe have a winner.

    I really can't fault this package. If I was to find one fault it may be the lack of a storyboard editor, but then the gapless timeline feature makes this redundant. If you can't afford Premiere, I'd strongly advise Adobe Premiere Elements. And because it's so closely related to Adobe Premiere, you'll find the transition to Premiere a breeze if you do ever upgrade. A thumbs up to Adobe and a solid 9/10 from this reviewer.

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    Good work Marc

    Ask and yee shall receive eh?

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    That looks quite nifty actually. Can you have more than 2 video tracks?

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    Yep. As a test I added 17.

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    I don't know how important this would be....but say I was working on a project in Premiere Elements and then down the road I wanted to upgrade to Premiere Pro, is it possible to load an Elements project into Premiere Pro?

    I am assuming since Pro is more feature-rich that it wouldn't work the other way, but maybe from elements to pro......

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    I'll try... anything's worth a try.

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