Premiere Elements (any version) does not have the "sequence" feature of Premiere Pro.
But, you can selectively export portions of the Timeline content to file saved to the computer hard drive and then import that file and other
similarly saved segments into a new project for the final end product. The key features of such a workflow include
a. setting the gray tabs of the Edit area's Work Area Bar to span just the area for selective export
b. in Publish+Share/Computer/ selecting a preset with the Share Work Area Bar Only option and placing a check mark in front of that
The following screenshot from Premiere Elements 10 shows the principles involved....Share in 10 is Publish+Share in 13/13.1.
Please review and consider and then let us know if you need supplemental information and/or clarification on any
of the above.
As a comment on the previous post when editing HD.
Export on a windows machine to avi with the lagarith codec.
This is to avoid a generation loss.
You need to install the codec first.
On a Mac export to QT with the animation codec.
Thanks for the follow up.
Publish+Share/Computer/ and then your choice.....under the Advanced Button/Video Tab export settings, you can customize the preset selected to read the Width and Height in pixels that is indicated.
You want to keep file properties consistent within the project and from project to project, ending with the final project for export of end product.
If needed, please tell us the project settings, the properties of your source file, and we will give you specific suggestions to keep the project
settings consistent throughout the workflow.
Any clarification needed, please let us know.