Saturday, December 31, 2016

PE: Important Annoucements Sticky Blog Post

This blog post is being created so that it remains at the top of the list of other blog posts which are continuously generated and moving down the list.

The best way to use this sticky blog post to enhance the overall ATR Premiere Elements Troubleshooting Blog is still being considered.  At the present, the sticky thread, like the non sticky ones, is not set up to accept comments.

Thank you for exploring my observations on Premiere Elements.



March 1, 2016. How to obtain usable .iso image file from Premiere Elements 13/13.1 when iso file produced has file size greater than 1 GB? 
See the following on Premiere Elements and ISO Images
just published today. Content includes possible way to obtain a usable iso file (file size greater than 1 GB) from Premiere Elements 13/13.1 whose built in burn to ISO Image is flawed if the iso file size produced has a file size greater than 1 GB.

March 10, 2016. Tips for the Day.
  • Timeline "AVCHD" video/audio file with audio issue. Troubleshooting step if problems with AVCHD mts Dolby Digital 5.1 channel file - - determine if audio is 5.1 channel or stereo. And, if 5.1 channel audio in the file, then look to use of project preset described for use for file with 5.1 channel audio. If necessary for the troubleshooting to create own Premiere Elements 5.1 project preset, see HERE and HERE and HERE.
  • Hardware Acceleration. If looking the Hardware Acceleration preference for burn to troubleshooting, remember the preference does not exist in Premiere Elements 13/13.1 and 14/14.1 Mac or Windows 7, 8, 8.1, or 10 32 bit. See HERE. Look into "Royalty Activation" for a possible solution for the MPEG2 export and DVD burn issues. See HERE and HERE.
  • Time Lapse. If looking for information on Time Lapse video and Premiere Elements please  See HERE and HERE
March 21, 2016. Camera Raw 9.5 Update and DNG 9.5 Converter Releases for Photoshop Elements 14/14.1 and Premiere Elements 14/14.1. 
Camera Raw 9.5 download/install for Photoshop Elements 14/14.1 and Premiere Elements 14/14.1 is done using an opened project's Help Menu/Updates. Details of the newly supported cameras for this Camera Raw 9.5 Update can be found HERE although the Elements products are not mentioned specifically in the document.  DNG 9.5 Converter download and install is done using

for Windows (7, 8/8.1, and 10)
for Mac (OS X 10.7 - 10.11) 

The alternative direct Camera Raw 9.5 download/install route mentioned HERE appears to be applicable to certain Creative Cloud applications but not to the Elements programs.

March 27, 2016. Reminder. The Premiere Elements 10 NVIDIA GeForce Issue.
The Premiere Elements 10 NVIDIA GeForce issue still exists which forces the user to roll back the current NVIDIA GeForce driver version to about May 2013. See HERE and HERE
In many instances the older NVIDIA GeForce drivers are no longer available online. If the problem is that it worked before but not now, the possibility exists that the user might have been working from the older (working) driver which automatically got updated. In that case, the hope is that the older driver is still on the computer and can be reverted back to for use after it is searched for and found on the computer.

April 13, 2016. Reminder. Camera Raw 6.7
References for which Camera Raw version for a particular Elements version, please see HERE
for "Adobe Camera Raw Help/Camera Raw-compatible Adobe applications". Those interested in Camera Raw 6.7 for Elements 10, consider updating from project's Help Menu/Updates or from download found HERE.

April 15, 2016. Apple QuickTime Security Alert and The Significance of That on Adobe and its Premiere Elements Installed On Windows and Mac. currently is featuring article stating that US advises deleting QuickTime from Windows computers due to hacking threat. QuickTime is a requirement for Premiere Elements Windows and Mac. According to the article, Mac computer is not involved in this matter. More information on this as it develops.

April 25, 2016. Information on Premiere Elements Frame Blend/Frame Blending, Time Lapse, or Split Screen Found In ATR Series of Premiere Elements Blog Posts
For Frame Blend/Frame Blending
Premiere Elements 14/14.1...right click video file, select Clip/Frame Blend. Or, select video clip, go to Clip Menu/Frame Blend. Also, see Frame Blend option "Frame Blending" found Tools Tab or Menu/Time Remapping. See HERE for details of Frame Blend/Frame Blending in Premiere Elements versions other than 14/14.1.
Time Lapse
See HERE and HERE.
Split Screen

April 28, 2016. Problems with Premiere Elements 11 and the SmartSounds/Sonicfire Pro feature?
Please explore the following for solutions

"Problem with SmartSound in Premiere Elements 11" 

"PE11: SmartSound Error Windows 8.1 64 bit"

May 4, 2016. Need Information About Camera Raw 8.5 for Photoshop Elements/Premiere Elements?
References for which Camera Raw version for a particular Elements version, please see HERE
for "Adobe Camera Raw Help/Camera Raw-compatible Adobe applications". To update Camera Raw 8.5 in Premiere Elements 12/12.1, see 12/12.1 project's Help Menu/Updates. Also see HERE for overview of the camera support that Camera Raw 8.5 brings to Premiere Elements 12/12.1 as well as for a link to (if needed) DNG Converter 8.5.

May 4, 2016. Having Issues Dealing With Premiere Elements Shake Stabilizer?
Adjust Palette/Shake Stabilizer was introduced in Premiere Elements 13/13.1, and it exists in 14/14.1 known as Shake Reduction under the Adjust Palette. If problems with Premiere Elements Shake Stabilizer/Shake Reduction in Adjust Palette, please see the following
"Adobe Premiere Elements Help/Stabilize Video footage with Shake Stabilizer" 
PE 13/13.1: 2.7 Video Stabilization with Shake Stabilizer 

May 6, 2016. Having Issue With Updating Photoshop Elements 13 to 13.1?
Please see information in the February 18, 2016 blog post "PSE 13.1: Photoshop Elements 13.1 Update Issue" found HERE.

May 9, 2016. Want to Learn More About Premiere Elements Green Screen and Green Screen Like Effects?
Please see
PE11: Difference Matte As Substitute for Green or Blue Screen Key
PE: Non Red Key. What is it? 
PE: Alpha Adjust, What Is It? 
Premiere Elements Help/Transparency and superimposing 

In Premiere Elements 11 through 13/13.1, find keying effects in Expert workspace fx Effects/Keying/ and in, Premiere Elements 14/14.1, find keying effects in Expert workspace fx Effects/Video/Keying/

May 14, 2016. Reminder On Where To Find Blog Posts Here Related to Premiere Elements Keyboard Shortcuts.
Please see
Premiere Elements 14/14.1 
Premiere Elements 13/13.1
Premiere Elements 12/12.1 (Item 0016). 
Premiere Elements 11 

May 16, 2016. Reminder If Premiere Elements 14/14.1 and 5.1 Channel Audio Information Is Needed. 
Adobe document "Adobe Premiere Elements Help/5.1 Audio Import" can be found HERE. Please see the following and its supportive links included in this link...our own comprehensive look at Premiere Elements and 5.1 Channel Audio in general and in particular. 

May 16, 2016. Having Problems Updating Premiere Elements 14 to 14.1?
Typically this type of troubleshooting should start with determining if the problem exists with and without the antivirus and firewall(s) disabled. If that does not reveal the cause of the problem, please review the following solutions for the updating issues for Premiere Elements 13/13.1 to determine if any will work for you in 14.
ATR Premiere Elements Troubleshooting: PE13/13.1: 13.1 Update Failures/Solutions

June 25, 2016. Asking About Removing an Adobe Premiere Elements project's watermark?
Please see the following blog details in this ATR Premiere Elements Troubleshooting series.

July 21, 2016. Interested in a Premiere Elements Typewriter Effect?
Reminder.....there is a suggested How To for a Premiere Elements Typewriter Effect, and it can found HERE in the ATR Premiere Elements Troubleshooting blog series .

July 28, 2016. Anyone having Premiere Elements problem "Narration Recording Stops After 30 Seconds"?
The problem of Premiere Elements Narration Recording stopping at 30 seconds was explained and answered in the ATR Premiere Elements Troubleshooting blog titled "PE: Narration Stops After 30 Seconds found HERE.

August 20, 2016. Anyone need information of Premiere Elements Max Still Image Size?
If so, please review information in the blog post "PE: Max Still Image Size" found HERE.

August 23, 2016. Anyone having video transition alignment issues (Left Clip, Between Clips, Right Clip)?
If so, please review information in blog post "PE: Video Transition - Part 2 How They Work" found HERE. Looking at the trimmed vs untrimmed edges of the clips involved is a good start at troubleshooting this type of issue.

September 24, 2016. Completed Premiere Elements Info Palette Blog Post Is Now Available.
Please see HERE.

September 26, 2016. Completed Premiere Elements Pop Out Effect Blog Post Is Now Available.
Please see HERE.

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

PE: Info Palette


Premiere Elements projects offer an Info Palette (floating type palette) accessed under the Window Menu (Timeline and Sceneline workspaces - versions earlier than 11) and Expert and Quick workspaces (version 11 through current version 14/14.1).

For the Timeline or Filmstrip selected clip, the opened Info Palette displays
  • file information in its top section
  • start and end points for the file (either in timecode or frame format)
Also, the Info Palette contains a section for the Timecode or Frame location of the mouse cursor (not the Timeine Indicator (CTI)) being moved across the specific areas of the Timeline or Filmstrip.
Refer to Figures 1a and 1b to view typical Info Palette results for a video and for a still. In these Figures a comparison can been seen between the Info Palette results for a selected video and still clip gained from use of Info Palette (Window Menu) versus Properties Palette (right click of import in Project Assets, followed by selection of Properties.

Figure 1a. Info Palette Premiere Elements 14/14.1 Expert Workspace (For Selected Video Clip)
Figure lb. Info Palette Premiere Elements 14/14.1 Expert Workspace (For Selected Still Clip)


When it was found that Premiere Elements 14/14.1 Quick Workspace Info Palette's cursor display was not functioning, the decision was made to explore and compare the Premiere Elements Info Palette from versions 4 through 14/14.1. Also of interest was possible pros and cons of use of Properties Palette (gained from Project Assets route) versus Info Palette (Window Menu/Info Palette).


Multiple Clip Selection

When multiple clips were selected in either Timeline or Filmstrip, the Info Palette gave the number of clips selected and the total duration of those clips. Properties was not an option in Project Assets when more than one clip was selected in the Project Assets/Properties route. "Show Properties" from right click of selected Timeline or Filmstrip clip was not an option in the case of multiple clips selection.

Quick Workspace Info Palette Cursor Location Non Functional

Info Palette cursor section was not found to reflect the cursor movement in the Filmstrip of
Premiere Elements 11 through 14/14.1 Quick Workspace Info Palette. This did not seem to be the case for Premiere Elements 10 and earlier. Refer to Figure 2 representing the functional Info Palette cursor section in the Sceneline workspace.

Figure 2. Functional Info Palette Cursor Section.
Maintaining The Customization Of Info Palette Size And Position (Within A Project, After Save/Close/Reopening Project, Beginning New Project)

In Premiere Elements 14/14.1 it was not found possible to maintain the customized size and position of the Info Palette in the Expert or Quick workspaces. The Info Palette retained its size and/or position customization if it was opened and not closed during a working session of a particular project. If the customized Info Palette was opened, customized, closed in a particular project but the project not closed, the customization was lost when the Info Palette was reopened in that project. Likewise, if the Info Palette was customized and the particular project saved and closed, the Info Palette customized size and or position was lost. And, first use of the Info Palette in a new project was characterized by a default sized and positioned Info Palette. Initial studies suggest that the Premiere Elements 14/14.1 Info Palette behavior applies to Premiere Elements versions 11, 12/12.1, 13/13.1 as well as 14/14.1.

In contrast, using Premiere Elements 10, the Info Palette retained its customized size and/or position if the Info Palette was opened closed reopened during a working session of a project. If the customized sized and positioned Info Palette was left opened or closed and the project saved and closed, the reopened project displayed the sized and positioned customized Info Palette in the project's workspace. In addition, first use of the Info Palette in a new project was characterized by the sized positioned Info Palette of the prior new project. Initial studies suggest that the Premiere Elements 10 Info Palette behavior applies to Premiere Elements versions earlier than 10 as well as 10.


The Info Palette appears to have lost some of its features when Premiere Elements moved on to version 11 and to date. Customization of the Info Palette was compromised in this regard. Premiere Elements Windows was used in this look at the Info Palette. The user is encouraged to look at the Info Palette behavior in his/her particular Premiere Elements version. The observations in this blog post were made using Premiere Elements on Windows 7 Professional SP1 64 bit and confirmed with Windows 10 Home 64 bit.

With regard to Properties Palette versus Info Palette offerings, the user can make a quick comparison between his/her needs in this regard by right clicking the Timeline clip of choice and selecting "Show Properties" when an opened Info Palette is displaying.

Thanks to the viewers for your patience during the preparation of this Info Palette information for your consideration.



PE: Special Effect/Creating Clone Pop Ups From An Object


We have been doing a lot of viewing of South Korean film industry movies looking for ideas for opening titles and closing credits for our Premiere Elements homemade family videos. In the course of viewing these movies we were impressed by the excellence of the South Korean movies, actors, and actresses. In this regard, we sought to find out more about the career of Sang Keun Suk (actor, singer, major talent). In Mr. Sang's Facebook page, he currently offers a video (under Videos/Zagda CF 2012) in which a duplicate of himself pops out from himself to form a dancing duo and then another duplicate of himself pops out from himself to form a dancing trio.


Our focus is solely on Premiere Elements. We have no interest at this time to attempt to find the best program to generate the effect referred to in the INTRODUCTION. We want the best we can get from Premiere Elements in our quest to find out if the effect can be achieved in Premiere Elements.

The starting point of this blog focus is to describe the best way found so far to create that pop out effect using Premiere Elements 14/14.1 as the video editor. What is described below is one way...the best way found so far for us. If interested, please give the pop out idea a try and/or try to work out a better way to achieve the effect and apply it to your Premiere Elements projects.


Basically our best pop out effect was achieved using duplicate clips and editing/keyframing the Scale and Position. A sound effect (Body Hit) was used to enhance the pop out effect. The Class Reunion soundtrack from the project's Music Scores was added to embellish the effect. The soundtrack used had a duration of 11 frames and had its Audio Gain increased to 12 dB. The pop out obtained is demonstrated in the following video. Robot 01 from the project's Graphics was used for the clips.


The above video was generated from the following project workflow.
Premiere Elements 14/14.1 Windows 7 Professional SP1 64 bit
Project: NTSC AVCHD AVCHD Full HD 1920 x 1080i30
Expert Workspace (Refer to Figure 1)

Figure 1. Pop Out Effect Exploration Using Expert Workflow Premiere Elements 14/14.1.

Video Track 2 clip.
Start/End Points = 00;00;00;00 to 00;00;04;29
No Keyframing

Video Track 3 clip (Duplicate of Video 2 clip)
Start/Eng Points = 00;00;02;00 to 00;00;04;29
Keyframing (Applied Effects/Applied Effects Palette/Motion Panel's Position and Scale properties.)
.....Point 1 @ Timecode 00;00;02;00, Position 960.0 and 540.0 @ Scale 0.0%
.....Point 2 @ Timecode 00;00;02;05, Position 1025.8 and 574.7 and Scale 40%
.....Point 3 @ Timecode 00;00;02;10, Position 1107 and 547.7 and Scale 100%
.....Point 4 @ Timecode 00:00:02;15, Position 1525.2 and 416.1 and Scale 100%

Video Track 4 clip (Duplicate of Video 2 clip)
Start/End Points = 00;00;03;13 to 00;00;04;29
Keyframing (Applied Effects/Applied Effects Palette/Motion Panel's Position and Scale properties.)
.....Point 1 @ Timecode 00;00;03;13, Position 960.0 and 540.0 @ Scale 0.0%
.....Point 2 @ Timecode 00;00;03;16, Position 960.0 and 617.7 @ Scale 40.0%
.....Point 3 @ Timecode 00;00;03;18, Position 370.0 and 524.0 @ Scale 100%
.....Point 4 @ Timecode 00;00;03;23, Position 373.9 and 477.4 @ Scale 100%


The RESULTS raw data have now been entered in the RESULTS section in order to include here the intended blog content on the topic of a possible pop out effect created in Premiere Elements. It is important to remember that this blog post is just a feasibility study for a pop out effect using Premiere Elements as the video editor and creator of the effect.

Thank you for your continuing support in viewing my ATR Premiere Elements Troubleshooting blog series.

_______________________________________________________________________________ ATR

Sunday, July 31, 2016

PE: What Version Of Premiere Elements To Buy


If history repeats itself, Adobe Premiere Elements 15 as the latest version of Premiere Elements is expected to be released sometime between the end of September 2016 and the beginning of October 2016. Classically, the new features for a latest version are not made public by Adobe until the moment of release of the new version. We are not affiliated with Adobe in any way and have no insider information about the new features in the lastest version release.


With the release of a new version of Premiere Elements, the user who already has some version of Premiere Elements is faced with the "want" versus "need". Some may be drawn to new features of the new release. Some may opt to stay with the Premiere Elements version which is already in use. "Bargain Pricing" may be a lure for some users (old or new) to purchase the currently latest version (14/14.1) that costs less just prior to release of the new. If there are thoughts of the Premiere Elements user giving or selling his or her version to another, see HERE.

As the release time of a new version of Premiere Elements approaches, "Sale Pricing" for Premiere Elements 14/14.1 is expected from Adobe and online vendors. Also, Premiere Elements earlier than 14/14.1 with lower pricing might be found at some online sites. This blog post will focus on the dilemma of a "Great Bargain" versus a video editor with the features needed to get the job done for the user. It is hoped that the information provided will be the starting point for the user's homework on the matter.


Suggested Reading Material

Premiere Elements 14 First Look
Premiere Elements 14 Daily Discoveries

Premiere Elements 13 First Look 
Premiere Elements 13 Daily Discoveries

Premiere Elements 12 First Look 
Premiere Elements 12 Daily Discoveries

Sampling of Version Alerts

Premiere Elements  13/13.1 and 14/14.1.
There is no DV or HDV capture firewire into a Premiere Elements Capture Window.
Last version to have this feature is Premiere Elements 12/12.1
Workarounds have been described. See applicable reference above.

Premiere Elements 13/13.1
One issue is the lack of player recognition for AVCHD on DVD disc or Blu-ray disc format on Blu-ray disc when the disc is created in ImgBurn using a Premiere Elements 13 ISO Image with a file size greater than about 1 GB.
No workaround, other than to keep the iso created to file size 1 GB or less. See appropriate references. This issue appeared to be resolved in Premiere Elements 14/14.1.

No Disc error.
Adobe solution is to delete the Old Film.AEX file. See applicable reference above.

Premiere Elements 11
Version 11 is the last to have the SmartSound soundtracks feature which allowed the user to alter the duration of the feature's soundtracks without changing the arrangement of the music.
Adobe Music Scores (same concept as SmartSound, but not SmartSound) are used in the versions later than version 11. The fate of the user established SmartSound library should be thought through if user is going to Premiere Elements 12/12.1, 13/13.1 from Premiere Elements 11 or earlier.

Premiere Elements 10
(Windows)...Display and other problems exist with Premiere Elements 10 that is installed on Windows 7, 8, 8.1, and 10 64 bit using a NVIDIA GeForce video/graphics card later than about May 2013.

Workaround has been to roll back card driver version to May 2013. Or, use alternative Premiere Elements 10 non NVIDIA GeForce card setup. See appropriate reference including

Premiere Elements 9.0/9.0.1
Replacement background for disc menus disappears when the end product disc is played back.
Workaround is to add audio to the main and/or scene menu level at the disc menu customization level. See appropriate reference including 

Very frequent appearance of display card error.
Workarounds included update of the video card/graphics card driver version. And, the driver version is up to date, deletion of the BadDrivers.txt file. See appropriate reference including 

Premiere Elements 8.0/8.0.1
Version at release was essentially unstable.
Adobe release of the 8.1 Updates essentially stabilized the version.

With versions 8.0/8.0.1 and earlier, there can be problem with MPEG2 Activation on new installs of the version.
Solution has involved deactivation, uninstall, ccleaner run through (regular and registry parts), reinstall with antivirus and firewall(s) disabled. Also factor in the Royalty Activation factor.

Premiere Elements 7
Video clip with 5.1 channel audio would appear on an upper video track unless the project preset was one that included description for use with a clip with 5.1 channel audio.
Solution is, for video with 5.1 channel audio, use a project preset which includes for use with a video containing 5.1 channel audio.


This blog post does not claim to give a complete version profile which might be used in making a choice of Premiere Elements version opportunities and liabilities. More information can be added to this blog post in the coming weeks.

Work in progress.


 *Studies using Windows 7 Professional SP1 64 bit.

PE: More About Applied Effects/Project Keying Options


The topic of Premiere Elements transparency and superimposing can be found in Adobe documents such as Adobe Premiere Elements Help/Transparency and superimposing and Adobe Premiere Elements Help/Effects Reference which include insights into transparency terms such as alpha channel, Opacity, Mask, Matte, and Keying. And, the ATR Premiere Elements Troubleshooting blog series has looked at various techniques for creating transparency in the Premiere Elements Timeline content. For example, see
PE: Videomerge Produced Transparency Lost in 4K (3840 x 2160) Sized Export
PE: Non Red Key. What is it?
PE: Alpha Adjust. What is it?
PE 11: Image Transparency and Videomerge Pop Up
PE 11: Difference Matte As Substitute for Green or Blue Screen Key 


This blog post will share some "What is this?" information targeting a few of the keying effects found under Expert workspace Applied Effects/Keying in Premiere Elements 11 through 14/14.1 and Edit Menu/Effects/Video Effects/Keying in Premiere Elements 10 and earlier. The keying effects focused on here are
  • Image Matte Key Effect
  • Luma Key Effect
  • Remove Matte Key Effect
  • Remove Difference Effect
  • RGB Difference Key Effect (Windows Only)
The examples will be generated using Premiere Elements 14/14.1 on Windows 7 Professional SP1 64 bit.


Image Matte Key Effect

Luma Key Effect

Remove Matte Key Effect

RGB Difference Key Effect (Windows Only)

WORK IN PROGRESS - Incomplete Blog Post As Of July 31, 2016.
The RESULTS section details, explanations, and graphics are being worked on and are expected to be posted in this blog post soon. Apologize for the posting delay, and thanks for your patience.


Thursday, June 30, 2016

PE: Closing Rolling Credits Ideas


One Adobe document on creating titles in Premiere Elements can be found HERE. Of special interest (not addressed in that document) is taking the closing rolling credits beyond the typical closing rolling credits' text (fonts). This special interest developed as a results of our viewing and getting caught up in the closing and opening titling for Chinese, South Korean, and Hindi movies.* In the film industry, often these closing rolling credits inserts are designed for display of what happens to the film's characters after their story has been depicted in the film. Also filming "outtakes" are often in the inserts.


Although most of us are not creating movies for the film industry, our Premiere Elements home movies can still borrow some of the movie industry's ideas to enhance our home movies closing rolling credits.


Rolling Credits With Photo(s) or Video(s) Insert


Essentially the Premiere Elements 14/14.1** Expert workspace for this example is as shown in Figure 1.

Figure 1.
The Windows Media video 1920 x 1080 from the Figure 1 workflow can be viewed and added Music Score heard in sample video 1 playback.


Insert might be
photo scaled to 40%
video scaled to 40%
freeze frame from Timeline content to 40% which represents the freeze frame content as is or taken to cartoon look.
More than one insert can be Video Track can be used depending on the duration of the rolling credits.
Insert images can be 4:3 or 16:9.
Insert is set to appear on screen immediately for the first appearance of the closing roll credits.
A Dip To Black video transaction (1 second duration) was was placed at Left Clip for the photo of the photo insert.

Rolling Credits Options might be from route
Text Menu/New Text/Default Text and Roll and selection of Roll/Crawl Options (Text Menu/Roll/Crawl Options). The selection of Roll Options is as shown in Figure 2.

The how fast or slow the closing rolling credits moved was adjusted by
  • Time Stretch or just dragging out its right edge with the and 
  • Ease-In setting.
See HERE for background information on the Preroll, Ease-In, Ease-Out, and Postroll.

With the photo insert, the Music Score/Wedding/Wedding March-Recessional was used for background music to accompany the rolling of the closing rolling credits. In the case a the "video with audio in its file" insert, it is probably best to omit any music in the Music Track and just go with the audio of the video clip.


Photo(s) or video(s) insert in the closing rolling credits should be considered as an alternate for "Bonus Items" concept  (extras, at the end of the movie content) since it does not suffer from the problem of the "Bonus Items" stop maker workflow for the AVCHD and Blu-ray disk end products.

Photo(s) or video(2) insert in the closing rolling credits seemed to be a delightful way of extending the story line of the user's movie story without being intrusive. But, it may not be for all. "Not suitable" for project might involve for example
  • Distraction from the data in the closing rolling credits
  • Compromising of computer resources
  • Duration of closing rolling credits when more than one insert is to be used
Variations in design are essentially unlimited for the photo(s) or video(s) insert for the closing rolling credits. This blog post offers the idea and basics for thinking about and determining if this idea widens your view of the creation of the closing rolling credits.

Work in progress. Depending on the interest, above may be updated to include detailed How To in a further blog post. Also,very beautiful openings have been seen and are being looked into to determine if and how to create them in Premiere Elements.

*See closing rolling credits used (films listed only because of design of closing rolling credits and are not intended to imply approval or disapproval of movie)

Sophie's Revenge (China - South Korea 2009)

Love 911 (South Korea 2012)
(After the main movie, several scenes appear. Look to the very end closing rolling credits for the use of line drawings included in the closing rolling credits)

Driving Miss Wealthy (Hong Kong 2004) 

**On Windows 7 Professional SP1 64 bit

Saturday, June 25, 2016

PE: Sqpreset File Extension


Project preset files used by Adobe for Premiere Elements trace back to and are installed on the computer hard drive (Windows 7, 8, 8.1, and 10 64 bit). These files have the file extension of .sqpreset (for versions 8.0/8.0.1 through 14/14.1) and .prpreset (versions 7 and 4). The .sqpreset file can be used as is or edited with Notepad to create customized project presets. Refer to prior related blog posts here

PE11: Exporting a 1080p50 or 1080p60 file with 5.1 Channel Audio 

PE11: Exporting a 1080p25 or 1080p30 file with 5.1 Channel Audio

PE12: Exporting a 720p50 or 720p60 file with 5.1 Channel Audio 

PE12: Project Preset with 21:9 Display Aspect Ratio

PE12/12.1: 480 x 480p30 Project Preset 

Also refer to my replies on this matter in the following Adobe Forum thread


Where are these .sqpreset and .prpreset files installed on the computer hard drive during installation of the the various Premiere Elements versions on Windows 7, 8, 8.1, or 10 64 bit?


For Premiere Elements 10 through 14/14.1 on Windows 7, 8, 8.1, or 10 64 bit, the project preset files have the file extension of .sqpreset and are found in the path of
Local Disk C\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Elements (version number)\Settings/SequencePresets\

For Premiere Elements 8.0/8.0.1 and 9.0/9.01 on Windows 7, 8, 8.1, or 10 64 bit, the project preset files have the file extension of .sqpreset and are found in the path of
Local Disk C\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Elements (version number)\Settings\SequencePresets)\

For Premiere Elements 7 and 4 on Windows 7, 8, 8.1, or 10 64 bit, the project preset files have the file extension of .prpreset and are found in the path of
Local Disk C\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Elements (version number)\Settings\en_US (or folder in the Settings Folder corresponding to program language choice)\