3 Replies Latest reply on Feb 2, 2009 4:56 AM by (Let_me_think)

    Organizer in Premier Elements

    Ole Pa
      I just discovered the integration of the Organizer in Premier Elements. Wow, just terrific! I've started tagging all my photos using Photoshop Elements, and I have just short of 10,000 tagged photo now. I can find any one of them with a couple clicks! Thanks Adobe! The other day I discovered that Premier Elements can access my photos using the tags too. Like back-to-back home runs... I am delighted.

      The only usability glitch I've found so far is the case where I do not want to scale an image to the movie frame size (to get more resolution for zooming), I have to leave Organize mode and import that photo. The preference for "scale image to frame size" seems to be ignored if I pull an image from the Organizer into the movie timeline.

      Bottom line: Adobe has done a very good thing with tags. Folders and descriptive file names are burdens I've left behind.
        • 1. Re: Organizer in Premier Elements
          VideoJohnny Level 1
          >The preference for "scale image to frame size" seems to be ignored if I pull an image from the Organizer into the movie timeline.

          Because you are reporting this problem, I assume you are using PRE4. I am not seeing this problem in PRE7.

          One thing you should know. If you imported your pictures with Scale to Frame Size on, then if you pull the photos from the organizer, it will be scaled to frame size, even if you later changed the setting to scale to frame size off.

          To correct this behavior, just remove the photos from the media bin. Then when you pull from the Organizer, the photos will follow the scale to frame size setting. This is in reference to PRE7. It may also work in PRE4.
          • 2. Re: Organizer in Premier Elements
            Robert J. Johnston Level 2
            Some options don't seem to take effect until you start a new project. This is one of them, and I'm in PRE7. I just changed the option to "Scale to Frame Size" and dragged from the media bin first. It's not scaled to frame size.
            • 3. Re: Organizer in Premier Elements
              For that please close application and start working again.