Adobe today launched Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements 14, its new image and video editing suites. Both applications bring new features, while Premiere Elements 14 now supports 4K video.
The big addition to Photoshop Elements 14 is a new tool that can remove blur caused by camera movement. It analyzes your image, then fine tunes it to make it sharper and clearer. The feature was first introduced with Adobe’s 2015 Creative Cloud update.
Photoshop Elements 14 has also gained a second tool that removes unwanted haze, which also makes images look a lot clearer.
The improvements to Premiere Elements 14 include support for 4K video from a wide variety of cameras, and new motion titles that let you add bounce, spin, and zoom effects to videos. Adobe has also improved its Guided Edits tool, which teaches you the basics of video editing.
Adobe’s Elements applications aren’t part of Creative Cloud; they are standalone apps you can purchase separately. Photoshop Elements 14 and Premiere Elements 14 are priced at $99 each, or you can both as a bundle for $149. There’s also a $79 upgrade option for existing users.