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#11Mr kittyPosted 8/23/2014 8:29:39 AM
I don't see what's more premiere pro give over premiere element unless you do some crazy professional that ask 3d overlay & such.
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#12_Zero1_(Topic Creator)Posted 8/23/2014 8:44:27 AM
I dont know what the diff is between the two programs
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#13Mr kittyPosted 8/24/2014 4:28:54 PM
Premiere pro have multi sequence while premiere element only have one. Both can have multi track layer.

The multi sequence allow to edit that specific sequence you edit(such as a scene with cut) while the other you have to scrub your head to figure how to go around it. It is useful for 3 hours movie but a simple 5min video it's worthless.

I think Element have a limit of 100 video track layers while pro you can go way over. Both software can do green screen overlay.

The only reason to go with the pro version is only if you really go into money making production. I believe most stuff you see on TV can be done with element alone.
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#14gibby_1982Posted 8/24/2014 4:36:16 PM
FYI, they went subscription to better service the business use of their products, nothing to do with piracy. The cost over time is slightly less than what it would cost a business to upgrade with every iteration. It also forces parity in the industry instead of needing licenses for several versions of the software running concurrently to accommodate receiving different version file types.

The only people it hinders is freelancers and students. However this is the minority of their income. It's also more financially stable for Adobe to reinvest in R&D as well. The benefits of this model far out-weigh the cons.
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