1 Reply Latest reply on Sep 27, 2014 1:21 PM by A.T. Romano

    Premiere Elements 12 versus Premiere Elements 13

    Michael Stehly Level 1

      After reading the information and comments about Premiere Elements 13, I will not be upgrading to it.  There are not enough new features.

        • 1. Re: Premiere Elements 12 versus Premiere Elements 13
          A.T. Romano Level 7

          Michael Stehly

           

          I am just starting my first look at the Premiere Elements 13 tryout (Windows 7 64 bit and Windows 8 64 bit).

           

          I am not promoting any version one way or the other, but did you notice that Premiere Elements 13 burn to now offers

          DVD

          Disc

          ISO Image (4.7 GB)

          ISO Image (8.5 GB)

          Folder (4.7 GB)

          Folder (4.7 GB)

           

          AVCHD

          Same as for DVD


          BLU-RAY

          Disc

          ISO Image (25 GB)

          ISO Image (50 GB)

           

          DV and HDV capture firewire is gone along with webDVD and others. And, Adobe

          Flash Video is gone. No more .flv exports. If you are fan of the Elements Organizer that comes with Premiere Elements,  then be advised that the new Elements Organizer is drastically different for version 13. It is available for the Mac user as well as the Windows user. It does let you export a H.264.mp4 720p and 1080p slideshow (with a choice of 5 themes) from it without intervention from Premiere Elements 13 Editor side of things.

           

          ATR