Premiere Elements is fun!

Recently, I’ve been lusting over the iMovie. But I did not want to spend 2k to aquire a macbook solely to play with iMovie alone.

Rinaz in Adobe Premiere Elements 4

That was until I stumbled upon a website which hailed Adobe Premiere elements 4 to be THE window answer to iMovie. And at long last, I finally acquired a copy and man, it was heck loads of fun to play!

Here is my quick demo :

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10 Replies to “Premiere Elements is fun!”

  1. wahahahahaaha u are so cute, dear! hehehe..

    luv the vid, but dont luv the part where u said its memory hungry šŸ™ i was planning on trying it out but my laptop has 1gb ram šŸ™

    (also cannot remember when was the last time i actually took a video with my camera) OHWELLS.

  2. i think premeire elements will beat imovie hands down because it has an actual timeline for editing. (i was lost to imovie’s editing timeline despite working on final cut pro before) premeire elements is probably closer to final cut express

    either way, have fun!

  3. gorgiss darling,

    you are so farnie… always make me smile…..

    anyways, i am using imovie right now and somewhat, its not living up to my expectation… very simple. a bit too simple.

    btw, did you buy your copy of the premiere elements?

  4. Actually, Adobe Premiere Elements, i feel, is an answer to Apple’s Final Cut Express rather than iMovie. iMovie and Windows Movie Maker is free (unless you count the iMovie upgrades with iLife), while Final Cut Express and Premiere Elements cost some money. iMovie and Windows Movie Maker was designed for an average Joe who wants to make home movies rather than productions like yourself.

    Premiere Elements is definitely worth the money for doing semi-pro stuff like you do, great buy!

  5. Daphne

    Me? Kiut? Erm … hehehe

    Startup was a good 2 minutes. After that, it was relatively okay and not too sluggish. Why not try anyway and see if you like it šŸ™‚

    What I like about the software is that when you export the video, the size is much smaller compared to movie maker, which is usually at least 50 megs.


    Thanks! To be honest, I’ve never tried iMovie before. Have seen youtube several demos of iMovie in action and that really attracted me a lot šŸ™‚

    I also heard that iMovie 8 has lesser functions than its predecessors. If it were true, its very strange.


    Hehehe šŸ™‚

    Too simple? How so? Do you mean you wanted more effects?

    And yes, I bought my copy after downloading and using the trial … didnt quite like the watermark stuck when using the trial so I got a copy šŸ™‚


    Oh, I’ve never delved into Final Cut Express before. Interesting observation about Movie maker and iMovie being free šŸ™‚

    Thanks for the information. I’ve been scouring around for simple and yet impressive video editing softwares, I’ll be having loads of fun with this one šŸ™‚

  6. ED

    Thanks! I try my best šŸ™‚

    Lakeside Girl

    Hai Mari, its been a while šŸ™‚ Its nice to have you visit here again šŸ™‚

    Wahaha! A hot geek. I dont think anyone has called me that before! *head swells*

    And yes, I have facebook, look for “Marina Noordin” and I’ll magically appear … hehehehhe

  7. Thanks for the Video Review. I have used Windows Movie Maker for a while but do not like that it only has very basic functions. My new camera records in MOV format which Windows Movie Maker does not support which is my excuse to now switch software…so I have been thinking about switching to Adobe. One question though…Do you know if it supports editing video in 16×9 ratio or HD videos?

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