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After the long thread in the Elements forum and seeing your video I would stick to Elements for a while.
Being successful on Youtube does not depend on which editing program is used.
First learn how to shoot video (how to use the equiment etc.)
You can rent Premiere per month or per year.
I'll stay with Elements, then. Quick question, though. Do you know where I could find any helpful tutorials for Elements? I searched on YouTube, however, it mostly showed up with Premier Pro.
Could you directly give me the link to his book on Amazon? And is it version 15, and is there any other tutorials I can find?
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"The Muvipix.com Guide to Premiere Elements 15" can be found here. I also have written a complete book for the Premiere Elements/Photoshop Elements combo -- though, due to its size, it is only available in black & white. You can find it here.
Meantime, you ought to check out my FREE 8 part Basic Training tutorials:
I also have a complete course on Premiere Elements at lynda.com.
Thanks for your interest in my stuff, CM!
I've had Lynda before, and I watched a few of your courses (or maybe, the entire thing, not sure), regardless, I think I am going to start an account again, or just make the payment for one more month. And to make sure, on Lynda, you go over all there is to know, maybe, for example, how to put black bars on the bottom and top (if not, I could just search on YouTube) and also, you go over how to slowly go from all black to the video clips? These are just a few questions to see if you have this in your course, but again, regardless, I'll definitely go for it on Lynda.
If you have mastered the basis skills which is very important
You can figure out for your self how to put bars on top and bottom, do the transition etc