Adobe Premiere Elements: Multiple video and audio lines

Best Practice Published 7/27/10 Last updated on 3/2/20
Adobe Premiere Elements, as opposed to Windows MovieMaker or Apple iMovie, includes three timelines of video and audio. By putting video or image assets on separate lines of video, one can layer and re-size one video on top of another. This is really easy to do by simply clicking on one of the videos and grabbing the corners! This is a great way to do things like put moving images in a frame (use a static JPEG for the frame and stretch it as long as the video on the timeline) and re-size the video to fit inside the frame. (Premiere Elements is a Windows-only program, but I use it on the Bootcamp side of my Mac.)
  • Adobe Premiere Elements

    Organize, edit, create, and share your videos.

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