Adobe’s Photoshop Elements is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year and has clocked up some 200 awards over the last decade. In celebration of its 10th birthday Adobe has unveiled their new Photoshop Elements 10 and Premiere Photoshop Elements 10 applications designed to tie into their Photoshop and Premiere Pro software.
The new software has been updated with a number of new features including a new “content intelligence” which centers around visual recognition of people or objects in your photos. Together with a new visual similarity search, object detection search and Facebook people tagging and recognition.
The new versions now also support 64-Bit Windows 7 enabling you to benefit from the increased performance and memory providing more stability, faster rendering times and the ability to handle larger video clips.
Premiere Elements 10, now also allows you to burn AVCHD disks with a standard DVD burner, with up to 20 minutes of HD footage which can then be watched on any Blue-Ray player.
The Adobe Photoshop Elements & Premiere Elements 10 bundle is now available for $149.99 or $99.99 as a standalone. However if you own a prior version of Photoshop Elements or Premiere Elements, you can also take advantage of upgrade for $119.99 for the bundle or $79.99 for a standalone upgrade.