My problem is most likely very simple, with the research I've done I've concluded it is one of 2 options(probably):
1. The project settings are wrong - I've tried quite a few within NTSC(where I should be) but the same error occurs. I am using videos taken by my Iphone 4s. I'm just not sure on any of it and couldnt seem to find an answer online.
2. I didn't import them correctly. I've been importing them simply just by clicking on the files from my iPhone's folder while it is plugged in and dragging them into another foler on my computer. I know this isn't correct but I didn't have a importing software and I could still watch them on Windows Media Player so I thought it was fine.
It could be something else but I have everything installed for it to work so I'm not sure. I may need to download a program that allows me to convert specific properties or something?
I'm pretty confused with all the properties to videos and video formatting so I'm having difficulty solving this on my own. Thanks for the help (:
What model of camcorder is your video coming from and what format and resolution is it? Are you using Premiere Elements or some other program to get the video from the camcorder to your computer?
What version of the program are you using? What operating system are you on?
Under the Edit menu, what are listed as your current projec settings?
All my videos are from my iPhone 4s. I had transfered the videos onto my computer awhile ago by clicking and dragging them from folder to folder. When I plug in my iphone with new videos they dont come up in the importing page that comes up from premiere elements or possibly the organiser. Within the organiser aswell - the program cant seem to find the videos.
I have Premiere Elements 11 and I'm using Windows 7.
My current project setting are:
Editing Mode: Flip Mino & Ultra 29_97
And yes I have the latest version of Quicktime.
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