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Here are some references for you for applying a transition between all photos
will point you to a tutorial at muvipix.com
Basically you do a Create Slideshow command choosing the transition before the photos are placed on the Premiere Elements Timeline. This process also specifies the duration for the "slide" and the transition.
2)I suggest that you also read this FAQ about the resolution of photo files to be used in Premiere Elements. Even though written for an earlier version, it is still relevant (and potentially necessary) depending on the specs and status of your system
You can definitely do it... For this launch PE4 and go to EDIT -> Transitions... right-click the transition of your choice and select "Set Selected as Default Transition"... Now create a slideshow with the desired stills and in the "Create Slideshow" box, check mark the "Apply Default Trasition <Transition Name>"... here <Transition Name> should be the name of the default transition that you had selected...
Thank you all for your help.
I have a slideshow I already created using a default croos-dissolve transition. I know how to change the default but I have edited timing with the photos and music already and don't want to manually change it for 150 pics. Is there a way I can apply one transition to multiply selected photos at one time?
Have a look at the above link.