As Bill says, the quality of your output is based on three things:
1) What model of camcorder your video is coming from and the format and resolution of it.
2) How well your project settings match that video.
3) The settings you chose for your output -- and what you're playing this output on.
It also might help if you were more specific or, even better, offered us a link to a sample of your video. Saying it's "all messed up and not lined" up doesn't really give us much to work with.
Here is the link to the video on youtube http://youtu.be/HOm3P-b6alM I'm
useing premier elements 9 and while I have the progam up where I can edit
the video all the gun flashes are at the end off the guns and flash at the
right times but when I share the video in any format they do not line up
with the end of the guns the sound is fine and I know that my video camera
isn't the best but I don't understand why it looks so good running in the
program and then looks so off after I export it .
You did not answer Steve's questions
What is the exact brand & model camera you use
What is your exact project setting... and is there a red line over the timeline right after you import the video and before you do any work
What is your exact output setting
Read Bill Hunt on a file type as WRAPPER http://forums.adobe.com/thread/440037
What is a CODEC... a Primer http://forums.adobe.com/thread/546811
What CODEC is INSIDE that file? http://forums.adobe.com/thread/440037
Report back with the codec details of your file, use the programs below... a screen shot works well to SHOW people what you are doing
its not the camrea I worried about its the effects that I put in the video
thats messed up I render the work area often no red line over the work area
I don't know what the exact output setting is I shared it in every setting
available and the effects are still not where I out them in the program.
I'm running premiere elements 9 on a dell xps desktop pc with windows 7 I
don't understand why the effects move around when I export the video
everything looks fine in the program also it crashes alot if I dont save it
they are there when I first added the video and when I changed things
in the video
Their initial appearance indicates a mis-match between the Source Clips and the Project's Preset.
They are expected, when one changes much, whether it is an Effect, or maybe some sort of overlay, such as PiP, or even a Transition.
See this article, for more info on the red lines: http://forums.adobe.com/thread/794719?tstart=30