Assuming you edited this video in Premiere Elements, which version of Premiere Elements did you use? When you started your Premiere Elements project, which settings did you select? (You can see the Project Settings listed under the Edit menu.)
What model of camcorder did your video come from? Did you use Premiere Elements to get the video from your camcorder to your computer?
When you Published & Shared your video, which output settings did you select?
I am using PE 10 and the Camcorder is a Sony handycam dv, model dcr-hc36. I did use PE to import the video.
the project settings:
Editing mode: DV NTSC
time base: 29.97 Frames/second
frame size: 720x480
pixel aspect ratio: d1/dv ntsc (0.9091)
fields: lower field first
display format: 30fps drop-frame timecode
title safe area: 20/20
action safe area: 10/10
file format: microsoft avi dv/ntsc
compressor: dv ntsc
optimize stills: active
-HD 720p 30
ntsc, 1280x720, 29.97 fps, quality 4.0, de-interlaced mpeg, 384 kbps, 48khz, 16 bit, stereo, VBR,
1 pass, min 4.00, target 15.00, max 18.50 mbps
Source: clip, sequence 01:
720x480 (0.9091), 29.97 fps, lower, 01;08;15;17
Are you saying your original video was captured over a firewire connection from a miniDV camcorder?
And, when you add your video to the Timeline, do you see a red line above the clips?
One potential problem that I see is that you have an NTSC DV Standard 4:3 Source w/ PAR=0.9091, and are outputting to HD 1280 x 720, Widescreen 16:9 w/ PAR=1.0. Why was this Export/Share setting chosen?
If, instead of the 1280 x 720, you choose a matching format of NTSC DV Standard 4:3 for the output, how do things look?