For what it's worth, I detail every one of these in my book, available on Amazon. Otherwise, you're pretty much asking for instructions on how to use a dozen different effects. Kind of difficult to do on a forum post (though I don't doubt ATR will try). Is there one or two you're particularly interested in?
I assume you can figure out cut, copy, paste and unlink audio and video. The Fade option, of course, adds a video or audio fade to the beginning or end of a clip. Paste Effects and Adjustments pastes all of the effects and adjustments you've applied to one clip to any other clip or clips.
Seriously, this would be easier if you'd narrow the scope of your question down a little.
But, meantime, you can start by checking out my free 8 part Basic Training tutorial series. Although it says it's for version 11, all of the tuts are also applicable to versions 12 and 13.
You may also want to check out my complete course on Premiere Elements at lynda.com if you want detailed explanations and demonstrations of each feature and tool.
Is the information in the following recent thread here what you are looking for?
If the descriptions given meet your expectations, I will go through that list and add to it more options with more descriptions to complete the list to meet your request.
Just got finished updating my information on the options in the pop up menu obtained by right clicking the Expert workspace Timeline video clip. If you are interested, please see
Any question or need clarification on any of the above, please do not hesitate to ask.
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Thanks for the reply.
The list is just the surface, a starting point. There are always explanations behind the explanations.
We were glad for the opportunity to be of assistance.
Best wishes moving forward with your Premiere Elements workflows.