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Is there a way to create a normal slideshow - no theme, single slide at a time (no collage, no clouds, no fancy transition).  I can't find a way to set "no theme".  Do I need different software?

 

Also, I can't seem to find the slideshow after it has been saved.

 

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Is there a way to create a normal slideshow - no theme, single slide at a time (no collage, no clouds, no fancy transition).  I can't find a way to set "no theme".  Do I need different software?

 

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Are you using Organizer?  If so, skip it and start a new project in Premiere Elements.  I use Expert mode.  Load you images in the Add Media routine and then slide them to the timeline.  When you are done Export it as a shareable MP4 file.  There is more about default transitions and defalut durations, but that is the basics.  It works very well for me.

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I do not have this option?  When I load Elements (2019) my choices are organizer, editor, video editor.  The rest is "try this" and "what's new" links.  There is nowhere to start a new project that I can see.  Am I using a different version, or is it something else?

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You do have the option.  But, unlike previous Premiere Elements versions, it appears you have to set it up yourself.    

 

Find the file "PremiereElementsEditor.exe", right click on it and make a "shortcut" for your computer.   On my computer that file is in this folder:  "C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Elements 2020".  It is a crowded folder, but the .exe is in there!

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Thanks!  Found the file, and just getting started.  Is there a way to add a title slide and/or slides that have only text?

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"Is there a way to add a title slide and/or slides that have only text?"

 

Yes, there is a wide variety of ways to do that.  Perhaps this will help:  https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-elements/using/creating-trimming-titles.html

 

If you are brand new to video editing, you might save yourself some frustration by watching this eight part series:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NG18DktkToI

 

Starting a new project in Premiere Elements. For more information, see "The Muvipix.com Guide to Adobe Premiere Elements 2020" available on Amazon.com or vis...

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Thank you!  I guess I just never thought of a regular slideshow as video, and so missed this.  A very helpful tutorial.

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"I just never thought of a regular slideshow as video.."   

 

Lightroom Classic's Slideshow module output is a MP4 video file.  Even the slideshow programs like ProShow Gold, produce video files.  It makes them easy to show and share.

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