Adobe Premiere Elements 10 video editing software now available
To coincide with the release of Photoshop Elements a new version of video editing program Premiere Elements has been launched. This new incarnation improves the control over a number of facets of the video, as well as increasing the output options.
Movies can now be corrected using a one-click tool, with the likes of colour issues now being extremely simple to correct. Still images have also received a higher degree of control within this new incarnation, allowing for improved motion controls when creating a slideshow.
The InstantMovie theme can create a video from raw footage in seconds, and face detection can help identify people within the clips and label them accordingly.
Movies can also be exported in AVCHD, preserving the quality of the original footage. Adobe Premiere Elements 10 is available now for £79, with more information available at Adobe’s website.