I do not like the Slide Show Editor that is in recent versions of Photoshop Elements and is accessed from within the Organizer. It lacks all of the customization features the editor in PSE 10 and earlier versions included, such as the Ken Burns Effect and caption customization.
So I have been spending some time learning more about PRE 14 and making a slide shows using it. In this video, I did my photo editing in PSE 14 and then sent the photos and video clips to PRE 14. The titles and pan/zoom, background music were all produced within PRE 14. I did not include captions, but could have. Also, I could have customized the transitions if I had wanted.
PRE 14 also provides a wide variety of output formats for sharing the finished slide show, including direct upload to YouTube, which I chose to use. The learning curve is a bit steeper than using PSE 14, but certainly well worth the effort. It integrates nicely with the Organizer, which also is included if you buy PRE 14 separately, and do not even have PSE 14.
If you shoot a fair amount of video with your camera or mobile device, you may want to consider buying PRE 14 to go along with your PSE 14. By the way, to share the same catalog, both PSE and PRE need to be the same version.
Ok, here is the link to the video. For the best experience, view it in HD selected from the YouTube window.