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  1. Adobe Premiere Elements 12 review

    Adobe Premiere Elements 12 review

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    Adobe's beginners' video editing solution reaches a dozen editions – but does it manage to bring anything new to the table?

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    Adobe Premiere Elements 11 review

    Adobe Premiere Elements 11 review

    8  

    It's great to see Adobe still working hard to make its editing app more compelling year after year, so we thought we would see how good the latest version is.

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    Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 review

    Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 review

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    Is the totally redesigned version of Adobe's Premiere Pro enough to convince you to upgrade… or migrate?

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    Adobe Premiere Elements 8 review

    Adobe Premiere Elements 8 review

    8  

    The popular home video editing software gets updated to a new version with Smart Fix technology

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    Adobe Premiere Elements 4.0 review

    Adobe Premiere Elements 4.0 review

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    On paper, Adobe Premiere Elements is a no-brainer. It's a sensible, serious, affordable editing program with an interface and workflow that comes from its big sibling, Premiere Pro.

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    POV.1 Action Camera review

    POV.1 Action Camera review

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    Action cameras are typically fixed focus, rugged, ‘bullet’ style cameras that allow hands-free shooting of sporting activities. Some require an AV-in capable camcorder while others are standalone units – like the Oregon Scientific AT2K.

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    Adobe After Effects CS3 review

    Adobe After Effects CS3 review

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    Adobe’s Premiere might be fighting tooth and nail in an aggressive market of prosumer editing software, but its compositing suite, After Effects, seems unruffled. That’s not to say that there aren’t competitors. Discreet’s Combustion, for example, is a great compositing tool with an interface that many find more intuitive.

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    Adobe Premiere Elements 4 review

    Adobe Premiere Elements 4 review

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    The original version of Premiere was a proper brain-teaser. Built for professional video editors and multimedia developers, it was power-packed and full of features, and came with a steep learning curve

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