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While editing, you can drag media directly onto its source panel or even onto the timeline from File Explorer. You can tag media, and each project retains its own set of content, but you don't get bins as you do with the pro-level products and Pinnacle Studio. Bins bring together all the assets for your project, including transitions and effects. You can, however, pack project assets into a folder, and use the Nested Project capability, discussed below.
One of the best things to come to home video editors in recent years was pioneered by Apple with the Trailers feature in iMovie. Premiere Elements has a similar Video Story feature. With either of them, you fill templates with video and photo content that meets the needs of a spot in the production, such as Group shot, Close-up, or Action shot. The software elaborates these clips with transitions and background music that match your chosen theme.
For synchronization, you get a choice of Audio Analysis (the best choice for amateurs), Manual, Timecodes, File Created Time, and Markers on Clips. When I used Audio Analysis, my two clips synced perfectly. The program lets you choose which track's audio should be used, or you can import a separate audio track. Hitting Record played all angles synchronized, letting me switch among them. The tool creates sub-clips labeled 1 to 4 for the camera angles, with adjustable split points.
In editing GoPro 4K footage, performance is better than I expected, not even slowing down with complex transitions. The 8K clip I tested with PowerDirector was easy to work with, especially since the program downsized the preview resolution to HD for snappier editing. Being first with 4K capability was a real feather in CyberLink's cap, but most competing products, such as Corel VideoStudio, also now support 4K. You can preview in 4K, as opposed to viewing a reduced resolution, to speed up editing. You'd only want to do this if your PC has high-spec components and a lot of RAM, however. 1e1e36bf2d