Adobe Premiere Elements 2018 makes video editing easy and fun with a variety of cool features. Go from hundreds of folders to a visual view of your videos automatically sorted by date. Use automated editing options and step-by-step guidance to create and share everything from animated GIFs (Windows only) and video collages to new dynamic slideshows and full-length movies. Editing your videos has never been easier.

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Adobe Premiere Elements includes Elements Organizer, which helps you organize your assets. For information about new features in Elements Organizer, see What’s new in Elements Organizer 2018.

 

Candid Moments

Effortlessly extract candid photos!

Wish you could capture those memorable moments in your videos as photos? Now you can automatically extract great photos from your raw video clip.
The Candid Moments feature of Premiere Elements automatically extracts those moments in the form of photos for you. Once you have these candid photo moments, you can save them to your computer, export them to the project timeline for editing, or create a slideshow.

For more information, see Candid Moments.

Candid moments
Extract candid moments from your raw video footage

Smart Trim

Automatically trim the bad and keep the good!

Do you find it difficult and tedious to trim your video? Trimming a raw video clip has never been easier – Use the new improved Smart Trim tool to find and bring together the best scenes based on the style of your video. Auto Smart Trim enables you to efficiently extract and combine good-quality, interesting scenes from your video clip.

For more information, see Smart Trim.

Smart trim
Find and bring the best scenes together

Create a freeze frame with a motion title guided edit

Make the moments in your video stand out!

Create a freeze frame of an action in your video and then add an eye-catching motion title. Use this guided edit to make the moments in your video clip stand out by freezing the frame and adding a motion title to it.

Freeze frame with motion title
Create a freeze frame with a motion title

Create Bounce Back Effect guided edit

Create fun bounce-back effects!

Use this guided edit to make a segment of your video run forward and backward repetitively. Export your bounce-back effect as an animated GIF (Windows) or a short video clip.

For more information, see Create Bounce Back Effect guided edit.

Bounce back guided edit
Create a bounce-back effect

Fix action cam footage guided edit

Fix lens distortions in your action cam footage!

Use this guided edit to fix the video footages captured using action cameras. Quickly reduce the length of cam footage using Smart Trim, bring out those bright colors using Color Correction, and fix the fish eye bulge using the Lens Distortion effect.

For more information, see Fix action cam footage guided edit.

Fix action cam footage
Fix action cam footage

Create an animated social post guided edit

Create a short visual story and share on social media!

Animated social post is a postable effect that allows you to add animated text and titles to your videos and photos. You can then customize the font style, position, and animation of the text to quickly create short videos that are ready to be shared on social media, such as Facebook, YouTube, and Vimeo.

For more information, see Create an animated social post guided edit.

Animated social post
Animated social post effect

Project-specific online presets

Premiere Elements now displays online presets based on the type of project. For example, for an NTSC project, only NTSC presets are displayed, and for a PAL project, only PAL presets are displayed. Also, the option of Full HD presets has been added for sharing on Facebook and Vimeo.

Animated GIF export (Windows only)

Now you can create animated GIFs from small video segments on Windows while exporting your video. Select GIF and choose a resolution to create the animated GIF. The duration of the GIF should not be more than 10 seconds.

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