Tarek Bahaa El Deen
Assistant Professor in Graphic Design

what are the differences between Adobe premiere pro & Adobe premiere elements ?

I think the differences between Adobe premiere pro & Adobe premiere elements is only pro is for professionals and elements for nonprofessionals, i don't know this is wright or not.

  • Adobe Premiere Pro

    Edit media in its native format and create productions for film, TV, and web.

  • Adobe Premiere Elements

    Organize, edit, create, and share your videos.

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Zoe Rea

Posted on 3/14/16 7:50:21 PM Permalink


At my last school - to create an animation, we used cameras called Hue Web Cams with Adobe Premiere Elements on a PC to create Stop Frame Animation which was great. At my new school - we have Adobe Premiere Pro, but I can't see a stop motion option? Can anyone help? Thanks.

charles desassure

Posted on 2/15/14 8:01:45 AM Permalink

Adobe Pro allows you to create professional quality videos. I used Adobe Element for a few years, but Adobe Pro is much more advanced. Yes, there’s a learning curve. But once you understand the features. You will be producing videos Hollywood style.

Lucas Van de paer

Posted on 2/10/14 9:05:22 PM Permalink

The elements version is like working with home video, out of the box. Very easy to start with and many things are automated.

The Pro version is like a professional video studio on your computer. Many things you can tweek and many output possibilities.

But with both you can make great movies.

Amaury Baot

Posted on 1/8/14 8:12:40 PM Permalink

Jered Martinez

Posted on 11/10/13 2:09:04 AM Permalink

Elements is more of a straightforward streamlined way to premiere. Pro gives you additional layers of control and some really cool things can come out of it.