Adobe has just released Photoshop Elements 10 and Premiere Elements 10, new versions of their consumer-level photo and video editing apps for Mac & Windows. Each app is available for $99.99, with a bundle available for $149.99. Those who have purchased previous versions of each can take advantage of discounted upgrade pricing.
What’s new in Photoshop Elements 10
Photoshop Elements 10 includes a number of new features, such as “Guided Edits” to help users add special photo effects, and new text functions, allowing you to add curved and flowing text to photos. A new Smart Brush feature can paint effects onto specific areas of photos, and includes 30 new effects.
New organizational tools have also been added, allowing you to find items within photos, and the new Elements Organizer can help you find and delete duplicate photos. You can also now upload photos videos from your digital camera directly to YouTube or Facebook.
What’s new in Premiere Elements 10
Premiere Elements 10 includes new color correction features, new movie themes, and pan and zoom options for adding still photos into videos. A new SmartSound feature also allows Mac users add music tracks to their videos.
Also new is that Premiere Elements 10 supports AVCHD output to standard DVDs, and a new Elements Organizer allows users to upload finished video projects to both YouTube and Facebook. now lets users upload video files direction to YouTube and Facebook.
Photoshop Elements 10 (link) and Premiere Elements 10 (link) are both priced at $99.99 with free shipping available through November 20th. A bundle ob both apps is available for just $149.99 (link), and students can take advantage of steep educational discounts.
Adobe’s website suggests that trial versions for each app are coming soon.