Firstly, I would just like to say I used Premiere Elements 2.0 many years ago, and have recently upgraded to version 11, and really like all of the new features.
I had a project recently with multiple video clips, where I wanted to export specific sections of the timeline to different files, in a specific format (MP4). I don't think there's any kind of batch mode currently, but I would find this very useful - quite often I want to perform this type of export, and it would be great to have a feature where you could add entries in a list for different parts of the timeline, then specify the output file format, filename and location. Then doing 'export all' would go through, render all the chosen sections, and export each one to the specified filename. This would be a lot more convenient than manually exporting each section.
Something to consider for a later version maybe?
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As a matter of curosity, do you know of any video editor that presently offers such a feature as you describe for your Premiere Elements wish list?
The software (Movies on DVD) that Magix provided with their 'Rescue your Videotapes' digitizer product had a neat feature where, when you had split clips on your timeline, you could export each clip to a separate file.
My version was from 2008 so I don't know if the feature remains in their current version, that has a different software product.
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