Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Adobe Premiere Elements 9 (now for Mac too!)

Adobe has announced Adobe Photoshop Elements 9, and Adobe Premiere Elements 9. This is the first time Premiere Elements has come to the Mac.

Actually, even though Adobe Premiere Pro has come bak to the Mac, it's almost a bit of a surprise that they bought Premiere Elements to the Mac; given that they have to compete with Apple's free iMovie.
Improved Organization and Sharing
With Premiere Elements, it is easier than ever to upload and import from popular Flip Video camcorders and DSLR cameras. The Organizer allows users to tag and view photos and videos in one central place. The Auto-Analyzer helps users tag the best photos and videos and also identifies specific faces in photos. Users can quickly post photos and videos directly to Facebook, combine media together into dynamic interactive Online Albums, and create an online DVD-like viewing experience to share with friends and family. Users can customize flexible scrapbook and photo book layout designs, with drag-and-drop simplicity, for automatic placement of photos within a template or easy access to any Photoshop Elements editing feature from directly within the software. Creations can then be printed at home or through an online print service provider.

Adobe: Adobe Unveils Photoshop Elements 9 & Adobe Premiere Elements 9 Bundle for Windows and Mac
Adobe: Adobe Premiere Elements 9
Amazon: Adobe Premiere Elements 9 (Win/Mac) [Price is $99 with a $20 rebate available]

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