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Unit B

True/False
Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false.
 

 1. 

You can only have one Premiere Elements project open at a time.
 

 2. 

There is more than one way to open a Premiere Elements project.
 

 3. 

The Auto Save feature must be turned on in order for Elements to create an Adobe Premiere Elements Auto Save folder.
 

 4. 

You do not need to use the three folders that are created by Elements (Adobe Premiere Elements Preview Files, Encoded Files, and Media Cache Files) but you can if you wish to.
 

 5. 

Closing a folder with the Move up a level button in the Media panel gives the same end result as collapsing a folder in the Media panel.
 

 6. 

Three are tips in the Create Slideshow dialog box.
 

 7. 

You can “take” just the audio or video components of a clip using the Create Slideshow command.
 

 8. 

The time display tells the exact location of the current-time indicator.
 

 9. 

The Zoom feature changes the view of the Timeline panel only.
 

 10. 

The length that you drag the shuttle slider determines the speed of the playback.
 

Completion
Complete each sentence or statement.
 

 11. 

The default transition in Elements is called the ____________________.
 

 

 12. 

Transitions are found in the ____________________ panel.
 

 

 13. 

The ____________________ command processes all of the edits you’ve made to the movie, and creates a new preview file.
 

 

 14. 

The ____________________ indicates the portion of the movie that will be rendered.
 

 

 15. 

The Zoom In and Zoom Out buttons only affect the view in the ____________________ panel.
 

 

 16. 

The ____________________ above the time ruler shows the exact frame location of the current-time indicator.
 

 

Matching
 
 
Match each item with the correct statement below.
a.
[End]
f.
[Page Up]
b.
[Home]
g.
Effects and Transitions panel
c.
[Spacebar]
h.
Transition
d.
End of movie marker
i.
Auto feature
e.
Work area bar
j.
Preview
 

 17. 

Press to move current-time indicator to first frame
 

 18. 

Stores the audio and video effects
 

 19. 

Defines which part of movie will be rendered
 

 20. 

Press to advance to last frame in Timeline
 

 21. 

Part of the work area bar
 

 22. 

A visual change from one clip to another
 

 23. 

To watch your movie in the Monitor or the end result of using the Render command
 

 24. 

Press to move the current-time indicator to the previous edit point
 

 25. 

Press to play and pause the movie
 



 
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