The quickest way to assemble movie clips is to use the timeline in the Quick view. The Quick view timeline presents a simplified interface where you can edit your clips quickly.
To assemble the movie clips:
- In Video Editor, click Add Media and select Elements Organizer.
- Drag-and-drop the clips you want to use in your movie onto the timeline.
- Change the order of your clips as required by dragging them to where they need to be on the timeline.
- Click the Play button to view the assembled movie.
Adobe Premiere Elements has video-editing tools that meet many needs. You can split long clips to manage them better and preview or trim clips to keep only the precious moments. You can also configure clip properties, such as speed, direction, and duration.
If you have long clips, you can split them into smaller clips. Smaller clips are easier to manage and edit.
Trimming helps you to keep a movie clip at a desired duration. You can also remove those not-so-perfect moments from the beginning or end of a clip.
Transitions help you to add visual continuity between consecutive clips and create smooth movements from one moment to another in your movie.