I have been uploading videos extracted from symphonic wind ensemble concert videos to the YouTube Channel "concord.band.ma" for a few years. Now I can still upload them, but YouTube will not let me delete them or edit their meta-text. I think that I caused the problem by changing a password, but I cannot extract from Premiere Elements 10 the YouTube password that it is successfully using to upload my videos. If it asked me for a password, I could say that I don't remember, and it would go through a security procedure that would eventually get me back in control of my YouTube Channel (which has 130 videos in it). PLEASE HELP.
I think what you wrote tells it all in the way to go
Now I can still upload them, but YouTube will not let me delete them or edit their meta-text
This is a YouTube and YouTube user issue, not an Adobe Premiere Elements one.
You need to contact YouTube since it is now in possession of your videos under the YouTube Agreement.
That is my take on what you wrote.
And, at the end of your thread introduction, you seem to suggest a logical answer to your own question. I see no way to get from Premiere Elements (any version) a password that you offered for the Online/YouTube upload from the program.