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Stop a clip and add notations?

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Using Premiere Elements 15, is it possible to have a video pause and add notations and the start up again?  Want to add an arrow where I want the viewers attention to go - then want the action to continue.  Is this possible?

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You can certainly create freeze frames. Is that what you're trying to do?

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Stop a clip and add notations?

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Using Premiere Elements 15, is it possible to have a video pause and add notations and the start up again?  Want to add an arrow where I want the viewers attention to go - then want the action to continue.  Is this possible?

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Correct answer by Steve Grisetti | Adobe Community Professional

You can certainly create freeze frames. Is that what you're trying to do?

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You can certainly create freeze frames. Is that what you're trying to do?

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As Steve said, you can create the freeze frame.  The arrow part has to come from something like Photoshop Elements, Photoshop or other photo editing software.  It is actually pretty easy after you've done it the first time!

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Another thought....

I haven't done this for awhile!  You can create an arrow with a transparent background in other software (like Photoshop) and place it on a video track above your primary track.

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OK - total newbie at this but at least now I know to research how to do Freeze Frame.  I DO have photoshop elements also and know how to make arrows and circles etc on a photoshop elements document - but how do I get it properly placed on my premiere file?  Is it just hit and miss and keep going back and changing the photoshop document until I get the right placement?

Thanks for the help - gives me a direction to go in!

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Use the motion effect to change the position and size of the graphic in Premiere Elements:

How to use Motion effect in Adobe Premiere Elements

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Thanks all - looks like I have an awful lot to learn.  This looks like a great program.  I am sure I will have a lot of fun with it - and probably b back here A LOT!

By th way - this worked - exactly what I was looking for!

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Please mark this question as correctly answered, Geo.

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