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Adobe Premiere Elements 2020.1

Download/Usage Note
30 days trial version. Watermark on the output video.


Favorite moments, fast movies

Polished movies, instantly

Cooler titles and dramatic effects

Pop a color for instant wow : Get the effects you’re after with new Guided Edits. Create visual drama by popping one or more colors in a scene and pushing everything else to black-and-white.

Play with time : Get the effects you’re after with new Guided Edits. Create slow-motion effects that add emphasis, suspense or drama as well as fast-motion effects that speed up your story and add energy, excitement or fun.

Go beyond HD with 4K : Edit and view high-resolution 4K movies for the ultimate cinematic experience.

Sound your best : Audio sets your movie’s mood — and now it’s easier than ever to fine-tune your sound.

Lacks the power and speed of Premiere

Upgrades can be expensive

No multicam support

Whats New (version 2020.1)

  • Single launch point for Premiere Elements, Photoshop Elements, and Elements Organizer

  • Create fun video titles with Motion Titles

  • Export and share your videos

  • Work in the Audio View

  • Guided Edits for time remapping and selective coloring

  • Video Story in Elements Organizer

  • Hardware acceleration

  • Full Details
    App NameAdobe Premiere Elements
    PublisherAdobe Systems
    Publisher web site
    Release DateSeptember 01, 2016
    Last Update On2020/07/27
    File NameExternal File
    File SizeNot Available
    Main OSWindows
    Compatible WithWindows XP/Vista/7/8/10
    CategoryVideo Software
    SubcategoryVideo Editing Software
    Total Downloads222061
    Downloads Last 7 Days7
    PRICE And Limits
    License ModelFree to try
    Limitations30-day trial

    Adobe Premiere Elements is a video editing tool published by Adobe Systems. Enjoy auto-generated slideshows and collages, make your videos look their best with intelligent editing options, turn them into stunning creations, organize them effortlessly, and quickly share your memories. Dive right in and do something incredible with your videos!
    Adobe Photoshop Elements helps you edit video using smart, automated options, enhance your movies with pro-quality effects, and then share on virtually any screen. Edit pictures with easy-to-use options and share them via print, the web, and Facebook. Features include create a polished movie instantly, drag and drop support, edit and preview in one convenient place, quality effects and transitions, and search the clips.
    key features :
    • Easy to use
    • More powerful than Windows Movie Maker
    • Lots of sound effects and filters
    • Lots of transitions
    • Effective audio leveler
    • Great soundtrack creator
    • Mobile video syncing
    • Themes give videos professional touch

    While its sibling Photoshop Elements is turning 10, the younger Premiere Elements just gets the digits. And this update to Adobe’s consumer video-editing software is even less jingly than the image-editing package when it comes to new bells and whistles. But this does represent Adobe’s first 64-bit port of the package–Windows only, unfortunately–which is an essential step for future development of the product.

    Adobe has beefed up the Organizer a bit to improve its video support, since it’s now serving Premiere Elements as well as Photoshop Elements. It allows for hierarchical tagging, as well as Smart Tags, which can automatically classify your media as high, medium, or low quality, as well as tag what it thinks is in focus, low contrast, blurred, and so on. Running the Auto Analyzer to get the video tagged can take a while, though. And I’m still unhappy with the way Adobe handles AVCHD import; it tries and fails to process all the ancillary files that are part of the directory structure, and doesn’t give you the option to copy the entire file structure wholesale so that it can be played back or just burned as if it’s a disc. And if you’re planning on burning AVCHD discs, keep in mind that the software doesn’t yet support version 2.0 of the spec, which allows for 1080/30p. Via the Organizer you can now directly upload unedited videos to YouTube as well.

    The application itself uses the same task-oriented architecture as Photoshop Elements, with Project, Edit, Disc Menus, and Share modes that are fairly straightforward. It uses a traditional video-editing interface, with both timeline and scene editing views. There’s a bit of a learning curve to understanding even the basics for simple effects and transitions, but it’s no worse–and no better–than most other video-editing software when it comes to ease of use.

    Make it sound right with music and audio effects
    Bring depth and drama with over 50 musical scores and 250 sound effects.

    Show your true colors
    Sliders let you adjust clip color as easily as adjusting the color in a photo.

    Try photo-blending tricks
    Enhance one clip with the colors or textures of another clip, add your signature or a copyright line as a watermark and more

    As easy as drag and drop
    Drag and drop thumbnails of your clips, transitions, and effects to quickly create a story. Then trim and split clips, drop-in filters and effects, create picture-in-picture effects and type titles and text right on the screen.

    There are only a couple of significant new features in version 10. Adobe has added a new Three-Way Color Corrector, which splits corrections for highlights, midtones, and shadows. While useful, I wish it had a way to do coarse changes on all three channels at once, then unlock them to fine-tune them individually. It also adds Auto Tone and Vibrance–both handy for automatic corrections–which should be familiar to Photoshop users.

    Adobe also adds a pan and zoom, which lets you move around and dive into still images, and it can automatically pan around to identified faces. It’s easy to use, but can be annoying: if you try to use a photo that’s the wrong dimensions for the movie–and many photos are–it just tells you the image is too big. There really needs to be a dialog that pops up and allows you to resize or crop the photo.

    The interface in Adobe Premiere Elements is very similar to that in Adobe Premiere and follows a standard video editing suite layout. The application is divided into two main parts: the Organizer and the Project editor. Both work seamlessly with each other and share the same sleek, elegant dark interface. The Adobe Premiere Elements Organizer lets you browse your media (photos, audio and video), rate them and add captions to them. The Editor, on the other side, is where the creative part comes in.