What's new in Adobe Premiere Elements 15
Your life is full of family activities and special events—and you shoot videos to capture them all.
Adobe Premiere Elements 15 simplifies the organizing and editing so you can have fun creating
and sharing great-looking movies. Find clips fast, add style with effects and music, and share on
disc, HDTV, and YouTube.
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 15.
Bring collages to life!
Collages are a creative way to share your memories and tell a story visually. Photo collages have been around for long; we now bring you video collages.
With the new Video Collage feature in Adobe Premiere Elements 15, create dynamic collages with photos and videos. Choose from various designs and layouts, arrange the media as per your needs, and finally choose how you want the videos in the collage to be played. Your video collages are perfect for sharing on YouTube and Vimeo.
For more information, see Video Collage.
Hazy landscapes? Make every shot look sharp in seconds!
Cut through the haze and fog in your videos with the Haze Removal feature in Adobe Premiere Elements 15. Take landscape videos without having to worry about the haze on even a clear day - select the video and process it with the Auto Haze Removal feature. For more enhancements, including varying levels of sensitivity to haze, try it manually.
For more information, see Haze Removal.
Remix music to the perfect length!
Remix any audio clip or mp3 file to match the length of your video. Just drag the trimming handles, and your audio clip is automatically adjusted to your target duration.
Adobe Premiere Elements 15 creates a natural sound, so you never lose the soul of your audio.
For more information, see Music Remix.
Adjustment Layer Guided Edit
Easily create a signature look!
This guided edit helps you to apply same adjustments or effects to multiple clips in one go and create similar effects across these clips. To use this guided edit, go to Guided mode > Video Adjustments > Add an Adjustment Layer.
For more information, see Adding an Adjustment Layer - Guided Edit.
Organizer and Quick Edit mode are now touch-friendly!
Edit and organize videos with your fingertips. Now, you can simply tap to find, sort, and enhance your videos in the Organizer and Quick Edit mode in your touch-screen devices.
Need help? Find your answers directly from the eLive room. Adobe Premiere Elements 15 enables you to search for eLive content, Help pages, and troubleshooting knowledgebase articles from within eLive room.
For more information, see eLive.
Enhanced Guided Edit interface
Enhanced in Adobe Premiere Elements 15
Visually reimagined for you!
Selecting which Guided Edit to use is now easier with the new interface. In Guided mode, you can now choose the type of adjustment you want to apply to your video - Basics, Video Adjustments, Audio Adjustments, or Fun Edits. Choose one of the types of edits and view a graphical listing of all the Guided Edits available in that category.
For more information, see Guided mode.
Enhanced in Adobe Premiere Elements 15
Identify faces (close-up, single face, and group) in a clip with the help of the Face filter. The Face filter is enabled by default and enhances several workflows, such as Favorite Moments trimming and Video Story workflow, to give you much better output. You can disable the Face filter from Auto Analyzer Options under Preferences.
Pan & Zoom
Quick pan-and-zoom movies of people!
Face frames have been added in the Pan & Zoom workflow for images only to automatically detect faces present in your image for better results. Now with Face Detection, it automatically highlights your favorite people.
For more information, see Use pan and zoom to create video-like effect.
Favorite Moment Trimming
Favorite Moments with favorite people
Now with Face Detection, Favorite Moments automatically finds the people in your videos and brings them front and center in fun, quick movies. With the Face filter enabled, the Favorite Motions trimming workflow now generates output that focuses on the movements as well as on People and give priority to close-ups and single/multiple faces.
For more information, see Mark and extract favorite moments.
Easier to trim what you don't need and keep the people!
Now with Face Detection, Smart Trim gives priority to footage of people when suggesting places to trim, so you’ get a great movie of friends and family. With the addition of the Face Filter in Adobe Premiere Elements, you now have the option to use the interest slider along with the quality slider in the Smart Trim workflow. The combination of quality and interest sliders now give you much better output.
For more information, see Trim clips.