Adobe Premiere Elements is an advanced video editing software program released by Adobe Systems. It's a scaled-down version of Adobe Premiere Pro, which is geared for users and amateur editors. Features include full motion-tracking and time stamping in both audio and video. There are a great many video and film editing programs available, but few of them have the impressive range of features as Adobe does. In fact, many professional video and film editing packages have more in common with Adobe than they do with Premiere Pro.
Adobe has kept the upgraded version of Adobe Premiere Pro far away from the Windows side of things, but recently they've given it a run on the Mac operating system. You can now easily find both version of Adobe Premiere Elements on the Apple website. Apple gives the application a free upgrade to coincide with the release of the new version on Windows, so this should not come as a surprise. At any rate, even if you don't use Windows, you should still give Adobe Premier Elements a try because it does have an outstanding video editor feature that is not available in competing products.
A key feature of Adobe Premiere Pro is the integrated motion tracking. This allows for the creation of a library of motion backgrounds that can be used during the editing process. Apple users can download the free software from the Apple website and use it seamlessly with their iMovie software. While there may not be a way to download the motion tracking functionality from Adobe to use on Windows, I would highly recommend checking out the application.