Re­lease your home movie!

Ex­port and share your Pre­miere mas­ter­piece

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SKILL LEVEL

Any­one can do it

IT WILL TAKE

30 min­utes

YOU’ll NEED Adobe Pre­miere El­e­ments 12, a com­pleted project

Adobe Pre­miere El­e­ments 12 lets you or­gan­ise your clips, im­port them into a project, work in a sim­ple or com­plex in­ter­face of­fer­ing var­i­ous de­grees of op­tions, ap­ply tran­si­tions and ti­tles to your film, im­prove the au­dio or other­wise ma­nip­u­late the vol­ume of each clip to even out the sound through­out, colour-cor­rect clips or ap­ply a spe­cific look to your en­tire pro­duc­tion, and even pan and zoom across pho­tos.

There are many other op­tions and fea­tures avail­able to you, but the above are more than enough to cre­ate a topqual­ity short film which will be en­joyed by your friends and fam­ily, and will hope­fully guar­an­tee re­peated view­ing.

There’s one last step needed to make this jour­ney com­plete, and that’s ex­port­ing your work into a for­mat that’s com­pat­i­ble with what­ever sys­tem you play it on.

The most ob­vi­ous op­tion is, of course, to send it on­line to me­dia shar­ing sites such as YouTube, but you may also wish to carry your movie with you on an iPhone, or save a higher-res­o­lu­tion copy on your Mac. Sav­ing it to DVD is also pos­si­ble, and Pre­miere El­e­ments

You may wish to carry your movie with you on an iPhone, or save a copy on your Mac.

even lets you cre­ate menus to make the process com­plete.

All in all, there are many op­tions open to you in this edit­ing pro­gram to make sure you can share your film ex­actly as you in­tended – so let’s have a look at some of them. Steve Paris

Pre­mier El­e­ments’ shar­ing op­tions are eas­ily ac­cessed from the Pub­lish+Share menu.

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