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Digital SLR Video and Filmmaking For Dummies by John Carucci

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14

Taking Your Edit to Infinity and Beyond

In This Chapter

arrow Adding metadata to movie clips

arrow Exploring Elements advanced features

arrow Exporting movies

arrow Sharing movies

Assembling your movie based on a series of clips gets the job done, but sometimes you want to add more pizazz to dazzle your audience. So, if you have a basic understanding of how to use Premiere Elements, it’s time to step up the game and take advantage of the program’s more advanced features.

I start by showing you how to add metadata to your clips. That’s a fancy way of saying you’re going to put a few keywords on the clips so you easily find them.

Premiere Elements has some really cool features that simplify the special effects and features in the program. This stuff puts your video over the edge, but too much will detract from your movie, so the key lies in moderation.

After your movie is complete, your choices for exporting it and sharing it with your friends, family, and the world are boundless.

Making Elements Sing ...

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