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How To: Basic Keyframing in Premiere Elements 2.0

One of the forum members from Abobe Premiere Elements asked about moving titles over her pictures in an Elements 2.0 created slide show so I thought rather than tell her, I'd make use of our tools to show her and anyone else who might be unsure about how keyframes work.



It seems silly to try to tell someone how to do something in a medium that by its very nature is visual and audible. And in light of how simple it really is to create with the tools at our disposal I've created a quick and easy video to demonstrate the technique.

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