Today, we announced the latest edition of Adobe Photoshop Elements 11 & Adobe Premiere Elements 11, photo and video editing tools, spurring endless possibilities for K-12 educators in how they are teaching today’s tech savvy kids. Whether it’s a simple animation to explain fractions in math or a student-driven documentary to illustrate world issues, Adobe tools help teachers teach and empower students to show off their skills through digital storytelling.
Some of our favorite ways to leverage Adobe Photoshop Elements 11 & Adobe Premiere Elements 11 in the classroom include:
- Produce extraordinary images with new Adobe Photoshop Elements 11—Students can easily edit, enhance, and find photos; make custom creations; and share images via print, the web, and mobile devices.
- Produce amazing videos with new Adobe Premiere Elements 11—Students can apply Hollywood directors’ techniques with InstantMovie, which automatically edits together their best clips with coordinated music, titles, and effects. They can use new FilmLooks to apply favorite cinematic styles to their movies.
- Access teaching resources at the free Adobe Education Exchange—Photoshop Elements 11 & Adobe Premiere Elements 11 is supported by ready-to-use lesson plans, tutorials, tips and tricks, and video lesson examples. It’s all accessible online through the free Adobe Education Exchange.
- Present professional-caliber podcasts—Teachers and students can export audio and video to the web for rich media podcasts that can be downloaded to personal computers and a variety of mobile devices.
- Share and present projects via popular online sites—Photoshop Elements 11 & Adobe Premiere Elements 11 and supporting resources include tools that make it easy for teachers and students to quickly share photos and movies on popular sites such as Facebook, YouTube, and Vimeo.
- Keep classroom work and projects on track—Using new Organizer views, students can intuitively sort and manage photos and videos based on people, places, and events. An Auto-Analyzer can find their best photos and footage for them.
- Provide a friendly work environment—Students can organize, edit, create, and share more quickly and easily thanks to big, bold icons; a helpful Action bar; and the ability to choose from Quick, Guided, and Expert editing modes to fit their needs or skill levels.
We are really excited about this release, which features a new-and-improved interface and innovative features that make photo and video editing, organizing and sharing much easier.
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Today Adobe announced Photoshop Elements 11 and Premiere Elements 11, newly designed versions of the No. 1 selling consumer photo- and video-editing software. Photoshop Elements 11 offers a complete solution for editing, organizing and sharing photos while Premiere Elements 11 offers easy creation of home movies with pro flair. Available as stand-alone products, they can also be purchased as a bundle. New features include:
- Complete UI redesigns
- In Photoshop Elements 11: organize via geo-tagging (Google maps); Quick, Guided and Expert editing modes; new pro-quality effects and filters
- In Premiere Elements 11: Hollywood movie styles with new FilmLooks; apply slow and fast motion effects; video sharing integration with Vimeo
We’re pleased with the new features as we continue to provide powerful tools that are easy-to-use. To learn more, visit the Photoshop.com blog.
Today, we announced the new Adobe Digital School Collection for K-12 students and educators, available for the first time for both Windows® and Macintosh. The bundle includes the recently announced Adobe® Photoshop® Elements 9 and Adobe Premiere® Elements 9 software, as well as Adobe Acrobat® X software, announced yesterday. Adobe Contribute® CS5 and Adobe Soundbooth® CS5 software are also included in the collection.
When teachers incorporate compelling visuals and sound into their lessons, students get more engaged. The Digital School Collection provides students and teachers the ability to create multimedia projects with photos, videos and audio; publish websites, blogs and podcasts; and create ePortfolios – all 21st century digital literacy skills needed for academic and professional success. This new cross-platform solution is an affordable multimedia toolkit for teaching and learning virtually any subject.
To learn more, read today’s press release or go the Adobe Education website.
Adobe today released new versions of the No. 1 selling consumer photo- and video-editing software. The highly anticipated Photoshop Elements 8 and Premiere Elements 8 software (Windows) equip users with two powerful yet easy-to-use products for all their photo and video needs. In addition, Adobe released Photoshop Elements 8 for Mac providing users with new capabilities to make incredible photos with ease. Customers now have access to smart tools with built-in intelligence that bring their photo and video editing to new heights.
For more information on Photoshop Elements 8 and Premiere Elements 8 (Windows), please visit: www.adobe.com/go/psepre_bundle.
For more information on Photoshop Elements 8 for Mac, please visit: www.adobe.com/go/photoshopelmac/.