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    Default Premiere Elements 2

    Any PE 1 users here that are considering the upgrade to Version 2. I've read that it's not so much an upgrade but a complete revamp.

    - Improved GUI
    - Better DVD authoring
    - Better file management

    to name but a few improvements.

    Apparently Adobe are being a bit tight on the upgrade policy though. You only get a free upgrade if you bough PE 1 in the last 30 days.

    Sounds good though

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    Version 2?!?!?!?

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    Checked it out at the adobe site. There are a couple of improvements, but nothing revolutionary. Looks like a few tweaks rather than a new version, tbh!

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    I know what you mean Mike but I quite like the idea of Project Archiving and dual layer support. There's also about 70 new DVD templates and better workspace control. For somebody at my level (pretty basic) it looks good. As a bundle with Photoshop Elements 4 at below 100 I find it attractive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Thorpe
    Version 2?!?!?!?
    *cough* http://www.videoforums.co.uk/reviews/news
    *cough* Posted 28 September

    *sigh*

    No one reads the news I post.

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    Memo to self....

    Don't offend Marc as he runs the website and try reading the news before you post.

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    Oh, don't worry. I'm the only one that ever visits the news page anyway. *sniff*.

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    Well done that man! It's a really good way of catching any recent posts you may have missed as they're all listed down the right of the page

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    Quote Originally Posted by seymore
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