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what is the d1fference between PSE11 & PSE 11 premiere?

Jun 26, 2013 9:54 PM

what is the difference between PSE11 & PSE 11 premiere?

 
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  • Trevor Dennis
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    Jun 26, 2013 10:04 PM   in reply to 5566man

    Both excellent programers for intermediate users, but Photoshop Elements is for still images, and Premiere is for video.

     
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    Jun 26, 2013 10:44 PM   in reply to Trevor Dennis

    Premier also can make great video format slide shows with stills. 

     
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    Jun 27, 2013 9:40 AM   in reply to 5566man

    Just to clarify Premiere here refers to Premiere Elements. Just as Photoshop Elements is an abbreviated version of Adobe Photoshop, adobe's photo editing program, Premiere Elements is a consumer level version of Adobe Premiere, Adobe's video editing program. In this case premiere doesn't mean more deluxe or anything like that, just that it's a bundle of both the photo editing and video editing programs. PSE is identical in either package.

     
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  • 99jon
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    Jun 27, 2013 9:39 AM   in reply to 5566man

    You can purchase Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements as a combo which is by far the best deal if you shoot stills and videos.

     
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    Jun 27, 2013 11:43 AM   in reply to 99jon

    99jon wrote:

     

    You can purchase Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements as a combo which is by far the best deal if you shoot stills and videos.

    Add Lightroom and you have an incredible suite of software that has few, if any, practical limits.

     
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  • 99jon
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    Jun 27, 2013 11:58 AM   in reply to whsprague

    Yes I agree. And much better value than the Adobe Creative Cloud!

     
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    Jun 27, 2013 12:22 PM   in reply to 99jon

    99jon wrote:

     

    Yes I agree. And much better value than the Adobe Creative Cloud!

    ... for a photographer.  With a little reading, I think the Creative Cloud is a bargain for the graphics professional who does more than photo and video.  I don't create ads, websites, aps or training media.  If I did, I would see the CC as a welcome opportunity and if I couldn't earn enough to cover the $50 per month, I would look for another career.

     
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    Jun 27, 2013 12:57 PM   in reply to whsprague

    The creative cloud is not a bargain for professionals. It’s short sighted. Adobe’s projection of 4m subscriptions by 2015 against 12m current paying customers, is telling for the NASDAQ and the CEO. Are you willing to pay $100 pm if targets are not met?

     

    Thankfully Adobe is listening, and are considering a photographers’/hobbyist bundle for fear of loosing the majority.

     

    Elements users can only expect better as the competitors circle.

     
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    Jun 27, 2013 4:27 PM   in reply to 99jon

    Agreed that it is not a bargain for professional photographers.  I think I wrote "graphics professionals", meaning people that use many or most of Adobe products.

     
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