Adobe Photoshop Elements 10 and Premiere Elements 10 Announced

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Adobe Photoshop Elements and Adobe Premiere Elements continue to deliver intelligent photo and video editing to the consumer market.

Today, we announced Adobe Photoshop Elements 10 and Adobe Premiere Elements 10 for Windows and Mac, the newest versions of Adobe’s award-winning consumer photo- and video-editing software. They are available as standalone products or in a bundle.

This milestone anniversary celebrates the Elements family’s first tremendously successful decade.
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Brett N, Official Rep

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Bob Dix

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  • 0 Reply Likes, Brett it is nice to get excited, but, have you seen this review ?
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Bob Dix

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And I can tell you that the experience of using Photoshop for the last 7 years has been trouble free, and Premiere Pro 1.5.1 and Elements Premiere 4 worked like a SWISS clock., but, my trial of Premiere Elements 9 was not good, Premiere Pro CS5.5 was a disaster for simple editing like HDV and I sent it back. We have a i7 64 bit with a Nvidia Quadro Fx3800 Quad Core Pro 7 and it ran Sony Vegas Movie Studio Platinum 11 with large H.264 mov files from a Canon 5D Mark II and 1920 1080p HDV faster than the Mercury Engine ? in CS5 .5, why can't Adobe get it right without all the updates..
just read all the complaints in Adobe Forums and creative Cow in the US.
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I agree with Bob... Premiere Elements 9 was not good.

No... I should be more honest than that... Premiere Elements 9 was stunningly terrible. It was so sluggish, buggy, and inconsistent as to be, quite literally, unusable. If it had been up to me, I wouldn't have allowed it to be released to the public, even as a free beta-test version.

I made the mistake of buying it without first testing it, because at the time I had a high degree of confidence in Adobe and their products.

I feel cheated.

Now, PrE10 gets released and the initial reviews suggest that although there have been some minor improvements, many of the most pressing problems remain unsolved. Why is this being released? Why don't you FIX everything first, before release?

How many times do you think you can release a truly sub-standard product without significantly tarnishing the Adobe name?

Suffice to say, I'm not even going to bother with a trial version of 10. I'm outta here.
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Matt said it better than I could.
PrEl 9 had to be the worst software I paid for, ever.