John T Smith thanks for the reply. I did as suggested in the topic given by you but I have not solved the problem. Always persists a jump of about 1 sec at the end of the first clip. It seems that PE does not consider the contents of the metadata file accompanying the m2ts files.
I solved it. I used the free tsMuxeR program and I exported a single m2ts files merge of the two files I had. Importing the new file in PE I have had the problem of the sound hole. What I do not understand is why a free little program can do what the titled PE can not do?
This might also have been avoided if you'd have used the Premiere Elements' Add Media/Video Importer to bring the files from the camcorder into your program.
I imported the clips directly from Premiere Elements' Add Media / Video Importer but the problem persists. The two clips are the first 37 minutes and 8 minutes the second. In the preview of video importer both appear with a time of 45 minutes and both have the same thumbnail
Yours is definitely a bizarre situation, scrambler.
View each clip on VLC Media Player (or Quicktime Player) and confirm that these are indeed two separate and distinct clips and that one is 37 minutes long and the other is 8 minutes long.
In fact, the situation is rather bizarre.
I've also occurs as you say with VLC and the clips are actually two of the stated durability.
The program that comes with the camera "HD Writer AE" correctly reproduces the two clips without holes.
I also tried with another video editing program "Magic video delux" and with this program, the problem persists.
It's not a big deal if I can resolve it with a pass in tsMuxeR, which does not recompress the video but it's just a remux. tsMuxeR to do this takes a few minutes and does not affect the video quality.
Not bad now that I know how to operate are calmer
If you believe could serve other I can attach pictures where you see the two files with all their characteristics