The differences are myriad.
- PrPro has Sequences within a single Project - PrE only has a single Timeline, per each Project.
- PrPro allows for custom Sequences, to accommodate almost any source material - PrE only allows for more "standard" source material.
- PrPro allows Nesting of Sequences - PrE does not
- PrPro allows better editing from mixed source material - PrE is much more limited
- PrPro does not author DVD/BD (CC needs Encore CS 6 to do so) - PrE allows for rudimentary authoring
- PrPro uses CUDA for MPE - PrE does not
The list goes on and on.
Good luck, and hope that gives you a start.
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Here's how I describe them in a broad overview.
Premiere Elements is a consumer editor designed for those with little or no experience or training in video production. It's feature set is limited by comparison.
Premiere Pro is a professional NLE designed for those with the appropriate training to edit in a professional environment. It's feature set is vastly more complex.
could you tell me step by step how to download pro, because i dont see it
in creative clouds
can u tell me step by step how to get pro off creative clouds because i dont see it...
You must have a computer that will run the program before you may download
Adobe's MINimums http://www.adobe.com/products/premiere/tech-specs.html
-Programs won't display if they will not install on your computer
Note that the MINimums on the tech-specs page are to install the program... actually USING the program for EFFECTIVE editing requires a stronger computer
This message has a really good picture showing requirements
Click the picture to expand to readable size - http://forums.adobe.com/thread/810750
More about Requirements http://forums.adobe.com/thread/618058
Disk Configurations http://forums.adobe.com/thread/878419
Really Great Pic in #3 http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1100383
? how do i download?
Go to the message #7 that I posted at 12:10 and start reading and clicking from top down... and describe your computer
o lol...... so what can i use for video edit
I have dell intel pentium dual core windows 7 32bit
Click the big red A at the top left to go to the products page and navigate to Premiere Elements... somewhere there you will find the link to download the Premiere Elements trial... which is NOT a part of the Cloud
I provided the Premiere Elements forum link in message #2 and again in message #11 - use that link for Premiere Elements questions