Adobe Premiere Elements 10 – Creating transition effects
Adobe Premiere Elements 10 – Creating an instant movie using Premiere Elements 10
You can create the Ken Burns effect using the Pan and Zoom tool in Adobe Premiere Elements 10. For more information, see http://help.adobe.com/en_US/premiereelements/using/WSeffff8bffc802084-494411db12fd35452dd-8000.html
Using the pan and zoom tool in Adobe Premiere Elements, you can create video-like effects from images or movie clips. For movie clips, the effect works best when there is minimal movement of objects within the clip.
When working with the pan and zoom tool, you select objects and the order in which they are panned and zoomed into. Adobe Premiere Elements provides you with customization options using which you can apply the effect according to your requirements.
Adobe Premiere Elements 10 – An overview of making a movie with Adobe Premiere Elements
Adobe Premiere Elements 10 – New Features Video
Get started with using your newly purchased Adobe Premiere Elements 10 using this wonderful tutorial from Peachpit.
In this lesson, you’ll learn to do the following:
- Create a new project
- Choose the optimal setting for your project
- Set preferences for Auto Save, Scratch Disks, and the user interface
- Customize window sizes and locations in the workspace
- Restore the workspace to its default configuration
A host of video tutorials for Adobe Premiere Elements 10 are now available on Adobe TV. (http://tv.adobe.com/show/learn-premiere-elements-10/).
Please do go through the tutorials and let me know if there is some tutorial that you were looking for that is currently not available.