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Edited freeze frame from Premier Elements does not insert to movie

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I have used freeze frame successfully in Premiere Elements 14, but when I edit the frame in Photoshop Elements 14 and save it, it does not appear in my movie (the edited frame).  I have followed the steps I saw on Youtube and no luck.

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Edited freeze frame from Premier Elements does not insert to movie

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I have used freeze frame successfully in Premiere Elements 14, but when I edit the frame in Photoshop Elements 14 and save it, it does not appear in my movie (the edited frame).  I have followed the steps I saw on Youtube and no luck.

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What file type was it saved as?

Did you import it and replace the old frame with it?

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On the youtube video, it once it was modified in Photoshop and saved, it replaced frame in movie automatically.

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"I have followed the steps I saw on Youtube and no luck."

Can you be more specific?

Which method did you use to create the freeze frame? (There are a couple of ways to do it.) Did you select the option to add the freeze frame to your movie?

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I stopped the video, selected freeze frame, selected edit frame in photoshop, then saved it.  Do I need to import? it did not seem that way from what I watched.

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What you see in your movie is a real time rendered preview.  When you first make your freeze frame, a rendered preview will show up in the time line.  If you take the image to photoshop, Premiere Elements won't know it needs to re-render a preview.

You will probably have to bring the new photo in to the project through Add Media and replace the old one.

On Edit:  What I quickly wrote seems to be wrong!!  I tested a procedure and it works differently than I thought.

1.  On the time line with the indicator in the middle of a clip, I used Freeze Frame from the Tools menu.  Using "insert in Movie", it put a .BMP in the middle of the clip.

2.  I located the .BMP in the project folder and "Opened" in Photoshop.  ( I don't have Photoshop Elements, so the check box for that doesn't work.)

3.  I made a dramatic and obvious adjustment and "Saved" without changing any names or doing a "Save As".  It remained a BMP and was a "destructive", unrecoverable change.

4.  To my surprise, the obvious change displayed in the Premiere Elements timeline with no action on my part.

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