lupaie, version 10 of Premiere Elements has neither been released nor formally announced, so I'm not sure where you're getting your information.
In fact, anyone who would be aware of version 10 has signed a non-disclosure agreement.
Whoops. I am terrible sorry! I meant to include that these are some things I'd like in Prem10. So its no Actual list. If I read the title I should change it. But I can't edit...:S
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I changed it for you. I'm a volunteer admin for other forums and was in this one as I'm searching for help with Prem Elements myself. LOL
I am new with PE9 and the cutting tool system is awful - I had premier 6 and you click on the sissors then click on the clip where you want to cut it and it cuts.
What issues are you having with the Scissors/Razor?
Except for Track Targeting (in PrPro), the functions normally work the same way. Also, the keyboard shortcuts, C & V will change the Cursor to the Razor/Scissors, and back.
Not sure what is going on with your PrE.
I'm on PE8. I really wish there was a way around presets, seems like the auto idea would be great if it scanned the file and set it appropriately, but not if it just picks one of the few available presets built in. As technology changes cameras will too.
I am currently downloading the trial for premiere pro. I can get the educational discount for home and I think it's available for my computer at work. I may just go with that if I can get it to work for me at the desired resolution.
Well, Project Presets have been around for a decade. Now, in PrPro CS4, they were related to the Sequence, and not the whole Project, as is still the situation in PrE, as it has no Sequences (think mini-Projects inside a single Project). As of PrPro CS5, there was a new possibility. One could create a Project, with no Presets, and then Import Assets. All one had to do to create a Sequence was to drag one of the Assets to the New Icon, and then a matching Sequence would be created. This saved a lot of note taking.
Also, with MPE, PrPro CS 5 and CS 5.5, allow one to mix footage, and that makes things easier.
What PrPro has had, and for many versions, is the Desktop/Custom Preset, that allows one to change almost all attributes. I have filed Feature Requests for that in PrE, but so far, it has not shown up.
I do not expect to see MPE in PrE, but might be surprised. Same for 64-bit architecture, at least not yet.
Remember, PrE is a US $ 100 program, and PrPro costs 6x more, so one should expect something for those extra $'s.
Good luck, and PrE 10 should be here within about 4 -6 weeks, and then we can all see what it entails.