Premiere Elements 9: What’s New

Premiere Elements 9: What’s New

$29.99

Total Run Time: 0.75 hrs

Presenter and veteran photographer Mike Gunter will start with an introduction to the new file types, then show you how to quickly and easily share your videos by posting them to Facebook or directly to the web as if they were a DVD. You'll also discover how to use the NewBlue Cartoonr Plus Effect to make your video look like a cartoon.

Highlights
Five New Features covered in this title:

  1. Discover Fun Edits – Lomo Camera Edits, Out of Bounds, Perfect Portraits, Pop Art, and Reflection
  2. Learn how to use Layer masks
  3. Upload your photos to Facebook
  4. Use the Content aware spot healing brush
  5. Photomerge & Match Styles on your favorite photos

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Description

Total Training for Premiere Elements 9: What’s New will introduce you to the key new features of this robust editing application. The audio lessons will teach you to edit your sound, giving it a professional polish, and how to use the NewBlue audio filters to fix and improve your audio quality.

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Course outline

Chapter 1: WORKING WITH NEW FILE TYPES (4 min)

  1. Working with New File Types
Chapter 2: CREATING WEB DVDS (6 min)

  1. Creating Web DVDs & Sharing on Photoshop.com
Chapter 3: THE NEWBLUE® CARTOONR™ PLUS EFFECT (6 min)

  1. Using the NewBlue Cartoonr Plus Effect
Chapter 4: UPLOADING VIDEO DIRECTLY TO FACEBOOK (9 min)

  1. Uploading Video Directly to Facebook
Chapter 5: THE NEWBLUE® AUDIO FILTERS (18 min)

  1. Improving Audio Quality with the NewBlue Polish Filter
  2. Fixing Audio Issues with the NewBlue® Cleaner Filter
  3. The NewBlue Noise Fader
  4. The NewBlue Noise Reducer
  5. The NewBlue Audio Mute
  6. Credits

Presenter Info

Mike GunterMike Gunter has been shooting pictures since he picked up his first camera, a Kodak Brownie Hawkeye, and he’s been shooting pictures ever since. Following a combat tour in Vietnam where he received his commission, Lieutenant Gunter worked for the Associated Press while attending college. Photographing editorial and advertising (and attending school and getting a Masters and post graduate study) lead to return to active duty and posts in South America. Mike has taught photography, Photoshop, and languages at various colleges and universities in the United States. He is a contributor to many publications, among them Infantry, Christian Science Monitor, and is a past editor of Adelante and Airpower Journal.