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You haven't given us nearly enough information to help you, goodlukeing.
We don't know what type of video you're working with, what format you're outputting, what you're playing it on, what processor your computer has, how much RAM and hard drive space or even which operating system you have.
"Basically sucks" really doesn't give us much to work with.
Some of my videos "Basically suck" also. But believe me, that is no fault of Premiere Elements :)
As i stated using premiere elements, being an amateur, there used to be a lot of difference in the quality of movie that i used to import/edit and export. The reeason i later so discovered(thanks to this great forum, and even greater contributors), was that either combination of my project settings, my footage type and my export settings 'd a lot of disparity.
After being a little careful, the results improved.
Hope this information helps.