[vet-mm] Adobe Premiere Elements

claire claire at warrandytehigh.vic.edu.au
Thu Oct 13 10:10:15 EST 2005

Hi Paul,
Obviously don't know what other titles you currently have but might be worth considering the Sony suite. You get Sound Forge, Acid Music and a lite version of Vegas video. That way you have the flexibility of doing video or audio in Cert 2. As Rachelle says, neither are essential for Cert 3, except perhaps for inserting mm part of the web pages module.
Obviously the important thing is to ensure you have the software sanctioned for the Cert 3 exam, and that kids are really confident with it.
Claire Bloom
Warrandyte High

> pmaxted at delasalle.melb.catholic.edu.au wrote:
> Hi All,
> De La Salle will be offering MM Cert II for the first time next year. We 
> have to get our budget allocation in by next week. I am considering 
> whether to purchase Premiere Elements as part of the software suite. 
> Even with an upgrade I don't think our PCs will run the full pro 
> version. Would Elements be a suitable alternative for Cert II this year 
> and for Cert III next year? Any thoughts or experiences welcome.
> Paul Maxted
> De La Salle
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