Cloudswave Score for Adobe Premiere Elements
Rating based on 14 Critic Reviews
Lance Carr, on The DIY Video Editor
All in all, Adobe Premiere Elements 11 is a pleasant surprise in many ways. The new look is cleaner offering simplicity and ease of access to important features.
Ben Pitt, on alphr
The revamped export facilities are the unlikely highlight of the Premiere Elements 14’s features, but as for the rest, it’s frighteningly slim pickings. This is not an update existing users will be queuing up to move to.
Danny Chadwick, on TopTenReviews
In truth, you probably won't edit a full-length feature film using Adobe Premiere Elements 12. However, we can't see any reason why you couldn't achieve that lofty goal. It has all the features you need, plus it includes the instruction on exactly how to do it. This is a great tool for the learner and the expert alike.
J.R. Bookwalter, on Mac Life
Premiere Elements 12 isn't a must-have upgrade, but it's well worth the investment in a bundle with Photoshop Elements 12, especially for Adobe Revel subscribers looking to get extra value out of their unlimited cloud storage.
James Morris, on TrustedReviews
Guided editing makes Adobe Premiere Elements 12 even easier for newcomers to learn, but while existing users have adjustment layers and motion tracking to tempt them, the focus is very much on the novice.
Ben Pitt, on Expert Reviews
Packed with impressive features for both novices and experts, but there's room for further refinement
Doug Dixon, on Videomaker
Adobe continues to extend and refine its Elements line, combining useful technology with a very helpful interface that stays out of your way until you need it, and then offers explanations of the available options. Adobe Premiere 12 for video editing provides a particularly useful working environment for video editing. And the Adobe Revel cloud integration offers a convenient path from desktop organization to mobile browsing through the cloud. These tools will be especially compatible for you if you are the organized memories-keeper type. The more effort you put in, the more dividends you'll receive as you leverage the results for additional productions.
Cliff Joseph, on Mac World UK
If you just want an easy-to-use editing program that will allow you to prepare simple video clips for YouTube or FaceBook then iMovie will do the trick free of charge. But if you're a home movie buff who wants to use titles and other effects to create more professional results then Premiere Elements 12 will provide all the editing tools you need at an attractive price. Its new Guided Edit mode also makes it a great option for beginners who want to learn more advanced editing techniques.
Ben Pitt, on PC Pro
These kinds of problems are increasingly rare, though. Adobe Premiere Elements is the most sophisticated consumer editor around, and it's also among the easiest to use. The only lingering weakness is the lack of ripple-editing options, making it unsuitable for projects where video is edited in time with music. For everything else, though, Premiere Elements is our top recommendation.
David Cardinal, on Extreme Tech
If you are looking to move up from a more limited, free, image editor like Google's Picasa, Elements is the right place to start. It may be all you need, and if it isn't, the skills you learn by using it will transfer easily to the full version of Photoshop if you decide later that you need it. Thanks to its impressive feature set, reasonable pricing, and ease of use, we are giving Photoshop Elements 12 our Editors'Choice award.
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