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Premier Elements 19 minor usability issues

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Oct 26, 2018

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I upgraded a few weeks ago and in general I like the upgrade.  I wish it had more of the newblue effects than the old version but I probably use those more than most people.

Two usability issues I'm wondering if there's a workaround for:

1. The video editor does not keep track of the last view in the effects and transitions windows.  My old version 14 did.  19 always defaults to "Show All".  It's a pain to have to constantly switch back to my presets or frequently used every time I start.

2. I only use the video editor.  Is there a way to start that directly instead of having to start the main app selector and then start the video editor?

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I don't know about your first question (yet). 

The second is to make your own shortcut to "PremiereElementsEditor.exe".   On my Windows machine it is the default installation folder C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Elements 2019\

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Premier Elements 19 minor usability issues

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I upgraded a few weeks ago and in general I like the upgrade.  I wish it had more of the newblue effects than the old version but I probably use those more than most people.

Two usability issues I'm wondering if there's a workaround for:

1. The video editor does not keep track of the last view in the effects and transitions windows.  My old version 14 did.  19 always defaults to "Show All".  It's a pain to have to constantly switch back to my presets or frequently used every time I start.

2. I only use the video editor.  Is there a way to start that directly instead of having to start the main app selector and then start the video editor?

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Correct answer by whsprague | Adobe Community Professional

I don't know about your first question (yet). 

The second is to make your own shortcut to "PremiereElementsEditor.exe".   On my Windows machine it is the default installation folder C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Elements 2019\

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I don't know about your first question (yet). 

The second is to make your own shortcut to "PremiereElementsEditor.exe".   On my Windows machine it is the default installation folder C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Elements 2019\

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Thanks.  I looked for that but somehow missed it.  Works for me.

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