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Here's what I wrote for the book jacket:
Making great movies from your home videos on your personal
computer has never been easier, or more fun, thanks to programs
like Premiere Elements.
Steve Grisetti, host of Adobes Premiere Elements user-to-user
forum and founding member of videomaker support site
Muvipix.com, shows you all the tools in the newest version of
Adobes popular video editing software and how to use them to
create movies that are as much fun to make as they are to watch.
Hell show you:
How to capture videos that take the best advantage of the
How to add effects and transitions and then customize them
The advantages, and limitations, of working in sceneline mode
How to make the most of multi-track timeline editing
The wealth of tools available in not-so-obvious places
The magic of keyframing, Premiere Elements most versatile
and powerful tool
How to use the tools in Premiere Elements to create and
customize great-looking menus for your DVDs and BluRay discs
For several years, Steve has served as a trusted source for those
wanting to learn, and a guide to those challenged by Premiere
Elements. Hes authored and maintained over 160 Frequently
Asked Questions articles for the Adobe peer-to-peer forum, and
hes a regular presence at Muvipix.com, a site he co-founded as a
community for amateur and semi-professional videomakers and
to which he frequently contributes his helpful Steves Tips articles.
He is the co-author (with fellow Muvipix founder Chuck Engels) of
Premiere Elements 2 In a Snap.
Just figured out (my local bookstore told me so) that (in Europe, at least in The Netherlands) your book cannot be ordered through the ordinary channels.
Seems I have to buy at Amazon; or at another site?
Sorry, Felix. Because it's a specialized product, it's only available through Amazon and the Muvipix book store: