Adobe Premiere allows easy video and audio editing with a multitude of options. After a deeper look you will find many sections:
Project: Where you import all the files you want to include in the final project.
Timeline: Here you will make the entire edition, including all the elements that you want to modify. It will be where you add all transitions and filters.
Monitor: You can choose either one to see the final result or two (one for the clip you are working on and the other for the final project).
Additionally, there are a series of windows where you can control filters, the history, or the audio options, for example.
Ultimately, you will be able to edit both personally and professionally any video that you can create, including the ability to insert audio and image of different formats. The program is designed to edit AVI extension files because it is very vulnerable to the MPEG compression format.
The program has a series of predefined, recommended technical features without which performance instability and failures may occur. It is recommended to use it with a Pentium 4 3Ghz processor, Windows XP, 1 GB RAM, 1 GB of available hard drive space, and a 32 bit 1280x1024 video screen adapter.