Welcome to the forum.
First, a few questions:
- What is the PrE version that you are now using, PrE 12, or another?
- What OS version are you running?
- From FRAPS, what are the full specs. of the files output - what options did you choose?
That would be a good starting point.
Window 7 64 bit.
29.97 fps. without sound.
Lots of possibilities here.
1. Does your computer use a NVIDIA video card? If so, there is an epidemic of display issues related specifically to Premiere Elements 10 users with NVIDIA video card. The fix is to roll back the driver instead of assuring that you have the latest driver version installed. Please refer to:
2. The next possibilities relates to the scenario which resulted in your Premiere Elements 10 as 64 bit application on Windows 7 64 bit. Depending on the circumstances, I am wondering if an uninstall Fraps and reinstall Fraps (latest version) might be needed to supply a compatible Fraps codec.
a. What was the before version of Premiere Elements?
b. What was the before operating system on which "a" was running?
Thanks for that information.
- Given PrE 10, what is your Project's Setting, chosen with New Project?
- With the FRAPS file, what are the Frame Size, FPS, and CODEC used?
Another caught in the Premiere Elements 10 NVIDIA video card driver issue?
This will be interesting to follow to it resolution.
That could certainly be.
Do you have an nVidia video card, or chip, in your computer?
What ATR is bringing up is that with PrE 10, and an nVidia card/chip, there is an issue with the latest nVidia video drivers - see this thread: http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1317675?tstart=0
The issues could be just that simple.
I think that you might have missed my post 3 to Britty. That is where I posted the Premiere Elements 10 NVIDIA link
and a background note on that. Also included possible need to uninstall/reinstall the Fraps program which supplies the Fraps codec.