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Adobe Premiere Elements 18 (Windows): The best video editor does it all for you

dobe Premiere Elements 2018 offers most of the same basic video-editing features you’d find in other consumer packages, but it separates itself from the pack with tutorials and automatic curation and content-creation features that very nearly (but not quite) do all the work for you, as long as you don’t mind if your videos look

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