Was this video captured by Premiere Elements from a miniDV camcorder over a FireWire connection?
No, it is from a Mini-DVD (VOB file)
I have imported this in Nero and exported as DV 2 AVI.
This file I have imported directly in PE 9.0 - no sound.
Than I tried importing in Organizer and than in PE - no sound.
When I play same clip in Media Player and Power DVD the sound is ok.
Further information of the clip from G-spot:
DV Type 2 AVI
Open DML (AVI v2.0)
DV Audio/Video: 538 MB (94,34%)
AVI Copy of DV Audio: 28,7 MB (5,03%)
AVI Overhead: 3,59 MB (0,63%)
Status: Codec(s) are installed
Before I worked many years with PE 2.0 in an older laptop with the same steps, no problems.
What are the full Audio specs., reported by G-Spot, such as Audio CODEC, Sample-Rate, Bit-Depth, etc.?
If you Import a "known good" WAV file (maybe a system sound file from your OS), does that Audio play fine in PrE? If not, then it is likely a setting in PrE.
Thanks for helping me.
Codec: PCM Audio
Info: 48000Hz 1536 kb/s tot (2 chnls)
Name: DVC/DV Video
Status Codec(s) are installed
Len 2:36.960 Frms 3,924 kbps 28800 Qf 2.778
Pics/s 25.000 Frames/s 25.000 Field/s 50.000
I/L BFF PAL
Pic (w x 720 x 576 seq ext 16:9
Sar 1.250 (5:4) par 1.422 (~10:7) dar 1.778 (16:9)
I have imported a WMA-file in Audio-1 track of PE – still no sound to hear. But I can see the sound in the track. (Like in my video-clip) Therefore I also think it is a setting in PE. Will you be so kind to tell me where I have to look? Because I am no expert. Or is it possible that I have to activate anything in PE? It is first time that I will work with PE 9.
Further information: The original sound of the Mini-DVD is 5:1 surround. After first problem I have changed Nero to export in Stereo, but this did not solve the problem.
Thanks and regards
Thank you for the info. PCM/WAV @ 48KHz 16-bit is as good as it gets, and should play fine.
This article gives some tips on where to look in both Windows (I just do not know Mac's - sorry to all Mac-users, but feel free to add Mac-centric tips, if you can), and in PrE: http://forums.adobe.com/message/3887210#3887210
Hope that something in there is helpful.
Good luck, and please let us know of your success.
Thanks a lot. I will try tomorrow and of course let you know.
Good luck. My suspicion is that the ASIO setting is wrong. Should that be the issue, and should the available settings not work any better, do check out the ASIO4All, mentioned and linked in that article. I had to use that driver for my DD 5.1 SS card and my Adobe programs. It has helped many, and especially Adobe Audition users, with some box-standard gear, up to some very esoteric pro gear.
Have a great weekend, and hope that this is a simple settings issue.
Thanks your suggestions I have installed a new TEALTEC driver and the problem is solved. Now the sound is o.k.
Many thanks for professional and very quick help.
Please excuse typing error.
Should read REALTEC.
When I do install a new video driver, I also go to Realtek, download and install their latest too.
Good luck, and happy editing.
PS - Looks like you can mark this thread as Answered. If you need some assistance in that, please see this article: http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1058744?tstart=0