What computer operating system is your Premiere Elements 10 running on?
I have not seen the feature that you describe in Premiere Elements or its Elements Organizer (including "to a printable (or electronic) format).
Are you referring to clip metadata or to what was done to the clip in the Premiere Elements editing workflow?
If you take print out of the equation, then you might want to explore:
a. Elements Organizer 10 and the metadata (complete) associated with the file imported into the Elements Organizer.
b. In the Premiere Elements workspace, unnumbered markers and Comment for a file that can be associated with an unnumbered marker.
c. Other...involving Properties Palette and effects applied to a particular clip
Your best choice might be to download and install MediaInfo (comes in Windows and Mac versions) and use it in its Tree View for video and audio properties readouts. Windows version...
Just watch out for any unwanted carry alongs with the download.
Please review and consider.
I am running on Windows 8.0 OS.
I am looking for what was done in the editing. I am currently opening each
clip from the Project Media area to record the Clip Marker In and Out
settings and Time Stretch setting. Then I open the "Show Properties" from
the timeline to check the Motion and other Effects applied to each clip
As far as Metadata information, I was hoping something could provide:
video marker in
video marker out
fade in/fade out
time stretch %
Motion Positions/scale, Anchor points/scale
Transition properties: type, duration, alignment, start/end points
Information would be ordered by location in timeline (not by order in
On Tue, Jun 3, 2014 at 4:43 PM, A.T. Romano <email@example.com>
Thanks for the reply. I do not see Premiere Elements offering what you seek.
If we eliminate any contributions from the Elements Organizer
a. In Project Media, there is a list view where the imported files are listed. There are columns of data associated with each file.
It used to be that one of those columns was for Comments and a few other fields for user input. That has long since disappeared, and what is still there appears non functional for user input. The user can right click a blank area in Project Media and select Edit Columns, but that is about it. There is no user entry opportunities that I see.
b. The Timeline unnumbered markers offer the opportunity for comments for each of the Timeline clips as described in the following blog post
c. The project file (project.prel) has an associated Notepad document that could be looked for for project data. Much is in codes. The Elements Organizer details would seem to me to be preferred over trying to draw information from the Notepad document of a saved/closed project.prel.
I am not sure if those with scripts and programming know how could find a way to force Premiere Elements to yield the information that you want in the format that you want?
I will think about this some more. But, right now the above is my impression of your thread question and a possible Premiere Elements project Edit Decision List.
Thank you. I will look into the unnumbered markers option.