Adobe Photoshop Elements 14 & Premiere Elements 14 (PC/Mac) package £39.99 Deal of the Day @ Amazon
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Adobe Photoshop Elements 14 & Premiere Elements 14 (PC/Mac) package £39.99 Deal of the Day @ Amazon

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Found 29th Jan 2016
Adobe Photoshop Elements 14 & Premiere Elements 14 (PC/Mac) package for £39.99 @ Amazon. Best price the combined package has been for a bit...think the cheapest the combined package has been was during the lightning deals week on Amazon when it was briefly priced at £34.99.

Product Description
Smartphone selfies. Tablet scenes. Posed portraits and action-cam footage. You take more photos and videos than ever before. Keep focusing on the memories - Adobe Photoshop Elements 14 & Premiere Elements 14 will make them look great with quick edits, stylish effects, artistic touches and fun transformations. Create beautiful scrapbook pages and cards. Share to favorite social sites, and view on 4K and HD TVs. And with all your photos and videos at your fingertips, you can relive any memory at any moment.

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Photoshop + Premiere Elements 14 EN Retail

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Might well be a daft question, but lite versions do get better so I'll risk it...

Currently using CS3 of these 2. Am I better sticking with those or trying this instead?

Heat added regardless!

Original Poster

Wouldn't say it's a daft question at all but I'm not sure what to advise as I'm no expert but would say the adobe "elements" series (even version 14) is still more basic than what you're currently using...don't get me wrong the elements series is great for every day quick editing and is very user friendly but there's only so much you can do with it so I guess it really depends on what features you constantly use in CS3 as to whether you're better sticking with it or trying elements. Mind you if the features you really need are now included in Elements 14 along with anything "new" that you would find useful it may be worth giving it a try at this price.

Hope that makes sense although sorry for not being of much help.
Edited by: "tiggerloveslife" 29th Jan 2016

ThunderBolt

Might well be a daft question, but lite versions do get better so I'll … Might well be a daft question, but lite versions do get better so I'll risk it...Currently using CS3 of these 2. Am I better sticking with those or trying this instead?Heat added regardless!


depends if you use photoshop as photoshop or as you would elements
i tend to find the majority of the time i only use photoshop for adding text to gifs and stuff oO X)

if cs3 does everything you need to do then probably best to stick to it, if any of the features of elements14 stand out then you could always try a quick trial - haze removal is nice on another program i have used - not sure if cs3 has that

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Nice packages for basic home use. The equivalent ones from SERIF are cheaper and have more features.
But of you need to progress to the full blown Premiere Pro and Photoshop then these are a good start.
Still a bit on the expensive side though.

Is this any better than the standard apps that come with a mac, photos and iMovie?

Splutterbug

Is this any better than the standard apps that come with a mac, photos … Is this any better than the standard apps that come with a mac, photos and iMovie?



You presumably think those are 'free' - coming as they do with an average spec laptop costing £1600.....

Thanks. Picked up for 15 quid as i just bought a new camera through amazon

ThunderBolt

Might well be a daft question, but lite versions do get better so I'll … Might well be a daft question, but lite versions do get better so I'll risk it...Currently using CS3 of these 2. Am I better sticking with those or trying this instead?Heat added regardless!


CS3 is far more advanced in many ways! The look of Elements now is a basic front end with the obligatory large buttons and confusing layout, Elements layout was in version 10 similar to all Photoshop layout and you could easily jump from element to CS and understand where most things were! not anymore!
For you it will be like learning a new program! If I had of CS3 and the chance to get elements 14, I know what I would stick with!
Another point if you have 64bit system the 64bit version will be installed and 32bit Add-ons will not work! That is a pain that I found with Elements, you don't get the choice to install the 32bit version!

Cheers. Have version 11, been waiting for an upgrade at a decent price

Elevation

You presumably think those are 'free' - coming as they do with an average … You presumably think those are 'free' - coming as they do with an average spec laptop costing £1600.....





No I didn't mention the word "free" at all, I wanted opinion on if these elements apps are an improvement on photos and iMovie, seems a pretty simple question really?

Good spot OP - heat added.
This is meant to run on Windows 10 (the Amazon description only mentions Windows and has two user licenses

Splutterbug

No I didn't mention the word "free" at all, I wanted opinion on if these … No I didn't mention the word "free" at all, I wanted opinion on if these elements apps are an improvement on photos and iMovie, seems a pretty simple question really?



It would appear from post #11 that like most things of any practical use : Apple products are incompatible with this. But congratulations on your investment all the same.

Elevation

It would appear from post #11 that like most things of any practical use … It would appear from post #11 that like most things of any practical use : Apple products are incompatible with this. But congratulations on your investment all the same.



Of course the Amazon description mentions Mac, but with that chip on your shoulder affecting your eyesight, you obviously couldn't read it...

Stealth_Fox

Cheers. Have version 11, been waiting for an upgrade at a decent price



​I'm in a similar position ... though I think I'm on version 10 (maybe even 9) so I assume this would be a worthwhile upgrade.

Elevation

It would appear from post #11 that like most things of any practical use … It would appear from post #11 that like most things of any practical use : Apple products are incompatible with this. But congratulations on your investment all the same.



Wow talk about off topic! Lets be clear now, yes this product IS mac compatible, No I don't care about anyone's hardware or OS preferences, what I would like to know about is the quality of the elements products in comparison to some other products that yes happen to be made by Apple, but that's really not relevant.

Elevation

It would appear from post #11 that like most things of any practical use … It would appear from post #11 that like most things of any practical use : Apple products are incompatible with this. But congratulations on your investment all the same.



It says Maccompatible. But even if it didn't I could still run this on my six year old Macbook pro, which is currently running the latest version of OSX, Windows 10 and a few Linux NMs.

Enjoy your PC. My Macbook was an excellent investment.

Splutterbug

Is this any better than the standard apps that come with a mac, photos … Is this any better than the standard apps that come with a mac, photos and iMovie?



​No, Elements doesn't offer much over the new photos app and iMovie.

Elevation

You presumably think those are 'free' - coming as they do with an average … You presumably think those are 'free' - coming as they do with an average spec laptop costing £1600.....



omg picking a fight or what!?

Marekj

​No, Elements doesn't offer much over the new photos app and iMovie.


Thanks Marekj

Can you still transfer the license to a new PC if you upgrade as you can with my version 9?

.....and so, yet another seemingly innocent thread descends into yet another apple flamewar. There were casualties on both sides, keyboards were bashed, paperclips twisted beyond recognition, litter bins kicked over and swiftly returned to their upright position, but neither side could claim victory.

martyj999

.....and so, yet another seemingly innocent thread descends into yet … .....and so, yet another seemingly innocent thread descends into yet another apple flamewar. There were casualties on both sides, keyboards were bashed, paperclips twisted beyond recognition, litter bins kicked over and swiftly returned to their upright position, but neither side could claim victory.



​paperclips? you mean clippy can pop up to say "I see are flaming Apple ... do you want some help?"

Some decent feedback there... Thanks to all who added!
I used PhotoShop on a mac years ago. Long before CS was added to the fray. Macs were better then, but don't really know now as the only mac I have is for when it's raining or I'm out flashing... A hobby I should really try to cut down on a bit!

That a pretty great price. Sadly i dont have enough cash to justify dishing out for big boy stuff, but as many have said, if you dont use those features, this will probably do!

Is this a private (pointless) arguement about Apple or can any of us join in and add some fuel to the fire?

I once bought an apple, it was a terrible investment as it went rotten after a week, talk about hype.

spannerzone

Is this a private (pointless) arguement about Apple or can any of us join … Is this a private (pointless) arguement about Apple or can any of us join in and add some fuel to the fire?I once bought an apple, it was a terrible investment as it went rotten after a week, talk about hype.


did you keep it in the fridge? proper cooling is important

brilly

did you keep it in the fridge? proper cooling is important


ah.... damn
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