Can we assume that your Premiere Elements 11 is running on Windows 7 or 8 64 bit? If not, then what computer operating system?
Please give the details of "cant use Adobe Premiere Elements Interpret Footage in Premiere Elements 11".
Are you right clicking your file in Project Assets, selecting Interpret Footage? Is the Interpret Footage dialog appearing? If so, what can you not set in the Frame Rate or Pixel Aspect Ratio sections (or other) sections of the Interpret Footage dialog?
Or are you saying that you can get to Interpret Footage, change the settings, but no change is seen at the Timeline level?
Please explain so that we might help you.
Looking forward to your follow up.
Im using windows 7 64 bits as soon as i open or made a new project i try to change the aspect ratio of the full screen but i cant because the interpreter footage it can be seeing on the file menu but it looks like gray color or disable .. please help
i can get to Interpret Footage please help
i cant get to Interpret Footage HEEEEEEELP
This is NOT Adobe support... this is a user to user forum... you need to wait for another user to try and help
Posting again every few minutes will not help
This is not Adobe. We are Premiere Elements users trying to help Premiere Elements users. We try to answer as soon as we see an issue presented. But we do not have a fixed schedule.
We need to backup on this to find out exactly what you want to gain with Interpret Footage. And, what you are doing?
I am a little concerned when you write "...try to change the aspect ratio of the full screen...". You cannot change the aspect ratio of the full screen with Interpret Footage or anything else within the project. The Edit Mode monitor that you see before you is determined by the project preset that you or the project is setting.
In Premiere Elements 11 the program steps in front of you and automatically sets the project preset according to the properties of what you drag to the Timeline for the first time. Sometimes it does it OK, sometimes not. When it does not, then you set the project preset yourself manually before you import your media into the program.
To do that, open your new project, go to File Menu/New/Project and set the project preset that matches the properties of your source media that you will bring in after you set the project preset. Before leaving the new project dialog, make sure that you have a check mark next to "Force Selected Project Setting on this Project". Then close out of there. In the workspace, go to Add Media and bring in your source media.
DO NOT use the File Menu/Interpret Footage if you want to change the frame rate or pixel aspect ratio of anything that you have already imported. Go to the imported file in Project Assets, right click it, select Interpret Footage, and work with the Interpret Footage dialog that opens.
I suspect that you may be using Interpret Footage for something other than what it is supposed to be used for.
I am getting the Help message, but I cannot help you without details of what you are doing.
If you are not understanding what I am trying to tell me, do not hesitate to let me know. I will re-write the information if necessary. But to do that I need details to work from.
We can solve this issue.
WOW THANKS VERY MUCH YOU HAVE SOLVED THIS PROBLEM THAT I HAD, I THANK YOU FOR IT, GOD BELSS YOU VERY MUCHO. I HAVE USED ADOBE PREMIER 2 VERSION 8 AND THIS ONE VERSION 11 NOW GOD BLESS
Such wonderful news. Thank you for letting us know the outcome. Good job.
We are so pleased that you are moving forward with your Premiere Elements projects.