What computer operating system is involved? For now, I will assume Windows 7, 8, or 8.1 64 bit. Premiere Elements 13 does not support Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Mac OSX 10.7.
On your current computer, Premiere Elements 10 project files should still be saved to their hard drive save location. If you move any of the source media that went into those project after the save close, then you are going to have media disconnect issues. If applicable, consider File Menu/Project Archiver/Archive Project or Copy Project options.
Premiere Elements 10 and 13 are standalone products. When you go to 13, you do not convert 10 components into 13. "Upgrade" is an Adobe term
related to pricing depending on what earlier version of the program you have.
There is no guarantee that a project created in an earlier version will open in a latest version of the program. Probably will, but no guarantee.
And, once you edit a project created in an earlier version in a later version, you cannot go back to the earlier version to edit the project just edited
in the later version. So, best make a copy of the 10 project file, and use the copy to open in the later version.
Let us start here. Any questions or need clarification on the above, please do not hesitate to ask.
Thank you for this quick response. I will finish all my projects first and then upgrade. That way I won't have to start over if there is a problem. I'll return with results after I upgrade. I'll follow all your suggestions. Thank you .
I am using Windows 7 computer.
Thanks for the replies.
As your schedule permits, please update us on your progress.