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    Red face Premiere elements: Splitting video, rank newbie

    I'm a brand-new owner of Adobe Premiere Elements. I'm a huge fan of Adobe products, though, and am an experienced Photoshop user.

    What I need to do is very simple:

    1) Split approx. 30 minutes videos into 2-3 parts (10-15 minutes in length, depending on which site I'm uploading this to)

    2) Add simple text title and credits

    That's it, for now. I've ordered a copy of "Adobe Premiere Elements 8: The missing manual" to learn how to use this software, but until then, could someone please direct me on how to perform these simple tasks? I could do them in Windows Movie Maker, but using that software was painful, so I wanted to get a decent editor.

    I'll worry about more complicated stuff later. For now, help please? Links to tutorials, hand-holding, whatever is greatly appreciated
    Last edited by Dragonchilde; 12-15-2009 at 06:28 PM. Reason: misspelled title

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    good titling tutorial here.....

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-rz9lx4abJ4]YouTube - Premiere Elements 4 Title Demo[/ame]

    its for pe4 but will work for 8 too

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