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Photoshop Elements, Premiere Elements 10 hit Mac App Store

updated 09:30 am EST, Mon November 7, 2011

Stripped-back 'Editor' editions

Adobe has brought Photoshop Elements 10 and Premiere Elements 10 to the Mac App Store in the form of special "Editor" editions. At $80 each these are $20 cheaper than their regular editions, but lose things like the Elements Organizer, support for case-sensitive HFS, and in the case of Premiere Elements, any Smartsound functions. As the Editor tag implies, both programs do retain all editing options.

Photoshop Elements 10 Editor requires at least OS X 10.6.6, and is a 1.21GB download. Premiere Elements 10 Editor also requires v10.6.6, but is a significantly smaller App Store file at 924MB. Either piece of software is available in English, French, German, or Japanese.




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  1. jpellino

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +2

    No learning curve.

    PSE back around oh, I dunno - version 5? was a lean, PS-core app that could do what you wanted PS for. I have an organizer. I need a decent layer editor. At present, it's Acorn. I wish it were PSE, selling for what it used to sell for, or at an upgrade price. But $80 to do what a $50 piece of software did just fine? Nope. I long ago ripped Reader from my system since Preview is just fine, Digital Editions stops working if you get a new computer or HD, and except for Flash, exactly what is the daily end-user need for this Adobe of which you speak?

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