Adobe Premiere Elements 10 video review



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Video editing is one area which can potentially gain quite a bit from 64-bit computing. However, Adobe's consumer-oriented Premiere Elements has remained 32-bit, despite the company's professional-grade Premiere Pro switching over very successfully with the CS5 iteration, which hit the market more than a year ago. In the interim, CyberLink beat Adobe to the punch, with its PowerDirector 9 Ultra64. Now Adobe is catching up, with Premiere Elements 10 making the leap to 64-bit at long last.

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November 23, 2011, 2:24 pm

Good review.

Any thoughts on whether the 64-bit engine makes any discernible difference to rendering times, when you finally come to output your masterpiece?

One minor point worth clarifying...

Premiere 9 did already include quite a wide range of YouTube export presets, through the 'Share' tab in it's UI.

These options even include Full HD, which actually had Adobe quite close to the cutting edge when Version 9 shipped. Suspect Adobe might have made the YouTube export features more prominent in the UI in V10, hence the feeling of freshness you guys picked up on!


November 29, 2011, 8:19 am

Very disappointed that there's no CUDA support! It really does make a big difference! Looks like I'll be getting CyberLink PowerDirector 10 Ultra then...

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