adobe premiere elements 2.0

Discussion in 'Video Cameras' started by pete, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. pete

    pete Guest

    I downloaded a trial version of Adobe premiere elements 2.0.
    How can I have ONE single menu....and on it buttons for photo slides.?
    Their templetes have a main menu and automatically gives you a submenu
    for scenes, it's very complicated program.

    Simple to use are: Sonic MyDVD, Pinnacle ,Ulead DVDworkshop,

    I have read their tutorial and seen their forums.Nothig there

    I think I have wasted my time.
     
    pete, Jul 28, 2006
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  2. pete

    Gaz Guest

    Actually I found Elements to be the easiest of all the ones I tried in
    terms of video editing.

    It is lacking when it comes to putting together DVD menus - you can't
    really do anything beyond simple chapter selection.

    The general consensus from what I've read on the Adobe forum is to use
    Elements to edit your raw footage into a finished video (which it is
    extremely good at), and then use something like Ulead DVD workshop if
    you want to do clever things with menus.

    In my opinion Elements is a great editor, nowhere near as complex as it
    first looks and capable of some fantastic results. But if you're after
    something that does really nice DVD menus, then yes you probably have
    wasted your time. But then that's what trial versions are for surely -
    the see if the product does what you want? You've only wasted time, not
    money.
     
    Gaz, Jul 28, 2006
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  3. pete

    pete Guest

     
    pete, Jul 31, 2006
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  4. pete

    pete Guest

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    Yes I agree. Sony Vegas Movie studio is the same, you need it's
    companion Sony Architect to create interactive DVD with menus.

    So far Sonic MyDVD is more complete in one package. And very simple to
    use.

    pete.
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    pete, Jul 31, 2006
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