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Chapter 8. Previewing a Sequence

Chapter 8. Previewing a Sequence

As you know, you can watch a sequence in the Monitor window’s Timeline view by just hitting its play button (or the keyboard equivalent). But for the most accurate view, you need to output the video to a television monitor via a DV camera or deck.

Premiere Elements utilizes your system’s resources to render the frames of a sequence on the fly. Naturally, segments with transitions and other effects require more processing than those without. That’s because effects force Premiere Elements to generate new material. To create a cross-dissolve transition, for example, the system must digitally combine the first shot with the next. But with the proper system configuration, Premiere Elements can play back even layered clips, transitions, and other effects in real time—that is, right away and at the full frame rate. Even when a complex segment exceeds your system’s ability to deliver the effect at the full frame rate, Premiere Elements can still display the effect by reducing the image quality, the frame rate, or both.


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