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.ts is originally designed for broadcasting (e.g. Internet TV). It was enhanced for camcorders by adding a timecode to the data stream.
Does your .ts file come from a camera or from a captured stream or digital video recording?
Can you analyse the file with GSpot or MediaInfo and post a screenshot here.
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The answer is that Premiere Elements 9.0/9.0.1 Windows does not support MPEG2.ts. Premiere Elements 10, 11, and 12 do.
I have confirmed this by actually working with MPEG2.ts in the programs mentioned.
If you are restricted to the use of Premiere Elements 9.0/9.0.1, you might want to consider converting them to another format with a program
such as MPEG Streamclip which does do batch exports if batch exporting is an included requirement for your work.
Please let us know if you need clarification on the matter.
Thanks for this clarification. After some more testing, I am now considering upgrading my configuration to solve this problem and probably additionnal ones as side effects.
Thanks for your help.
Thanks for the update.
If you do consider Premiere Elements 12, good to look at the tryout first to assure it compatibility with your computer operating system as well as to assure it meets your video editing needs in all ways.