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Press the Play button ( ) to review the video you'll be building in this lesson. The real time editing experience The process of editing involves taking your initial series of clips and placing them in some sort of order, a process sometimes referred to as a rough cut. Once you are familiar with your footage, you will want to make changes such as deleting, rearranging, or trimming clips. Additionally you will add transitions, titles, and effects to create a final cut. Premiere Elements plays back full-resolution frames in the Timeline monitor without waiting for your Timeline to render.
Rendering calculates all the frames needed to be played, stores them, and then streams them from RAM for smooth playback. It is also possible (although not required) to preview your project on an external video monitor, such as your TV. Real time preview Throughout the lessons in this book, you'll preview your projects using real time preview. All lesson files are full-frame digital video format, which is 720 x 480. ) Real time preview is an advancement in computer-based video technology. Previews are played instantly in fully rendered final quality.
Using the Info and History panels Premiere Elements offers advanced features to help you in your editing. The Info panel displays information about a selected clip in the Timeline. This panel can be helpful in identifying the duration of a clip, among other things. The History panel records the changes you make to a project. Each time you perform an action, the History panel adds that action to the bottom of its list. 1. Choose Window > Info. When a clip is selected, the panel displays the clip's name, type, duration, video and audio attributes, its location in the Timeline, and the position of the cursor.