I am using Premiere Elements 11. This problem has just occured, I have never seen it happen before. When I delete a clip, I can move the scroller over to the position the video was, and I can play it back, audio and all, as if I never deleted it! I am using Windows 8 and hope you respond ASAP. Thank you!
I have never heard of this ever happening. (Although Windows 8 is still a bit of a wild card, so who knows?)
Are you sure you're playing back your timeline and you're not just playing the video in the Clip Monitor? Can you post a screen shot of your workspace so we can see it?
As you can see in this picture, my curser is on the section where the clip used to be, and it still shows the video on the Display. You can hear this, but the audio is playing too. I understand if Windows 8 is just new territory for Adobe, but if this can be fixed I would like it to be. Thanks for responding, Steve!
It appears you have additonal tracks of video above your current timeline. Do you see anything in any uppper tracks if you scroll your timeline view up?
If not, what operating system are you running?