Premiere Elements Leeanne HibbertThe edit button is whatyou click on to get all ofthe affects you can use toadd to your video such asTransitions; titles; imageeffects and text etc.The project button iswhere all of your mediathat you have importedfor the video will bestored within. As youcan see all of myimages and movie clipsare in this.This is where your videowill be, you can watcheverything that you haveput together here.These are the buttons you use tocontrol how you watch the video;there is a play, backwards &forwards button. If whilst you’replaying you wish to stop the videoyou just press the play button againand it will pause.If you click the share button it will give you ways in whichto share your video, this is how you can export it.The ‘T’ button is how you can add text toyour video. So an example is say you wantsome writing on an image then you canclick this button and insert it onto the pageyou want and then add your text.
Premiere Elements Leeanne HibbertThe timeline is where you addall of your media to where youwant, this is how you controlexactly what you see.This is the zoom button, if you slide this circle eitherway it will change the size of your timeline making itsmaller or larger to the way you wantThese are all guideline words of where you should placeyour certain files and clips. So if it’s a music audio file youcan place it into audio section or scroll down and find thesoundtrack sectionAs you can see these boxes are the media you have addedto the timeline. The length of the box is how long inseconds the scenes will be played so the smaller the boxthe shorter the scene and vice versa.If you switch to the timeline option you then see step bystep the clips you have used, this is an easier way to keepon track of what you have actually added.
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Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.