What version of Premiere Elements are you using and on what computer operating system is it running?
Is the issue that you are asking about restricted to this one video in one particular project? Or, does every one of your video imports do the same thing in a new project?
What is the brand/model/settings of the camera that recorded your problem video(s)? What did you or the project set as the project preset to match the properties of the source media?
The answers will be in the details and you have not provided enough for us to help you.
Looking forward to your follow up the needed details.
1: adobe premiere elements 12 and on windows 8.1 lenovo p580
2: yes every new video that has sound included.
Sample video(not edited):
sample video (edited):
by the way the editor was
130 dollars that came with
(in the video you hear a
weird heavy breath.)
and i didnt add anything
and it takes 2x longer to
upload on youtube
Thanks for your follow up information on your Premiere Elements 12 on Windows 8.1 64 bit issue.
Before going further, please confirm whether or not the issue is confined to just all recently recorded bandicam video source
or just one particular bandicam video recording?.
In your introduction you seem to say that this is a "it worked before but not now" type issue. Do you have
any bandicam video from before the problem? If so, if you use it now, does it work in Premiere Elements
with or without the current audio issue?
Are the bandicam recording settings that same before and after the Premiere Elements issue set in?
We will be watching for further details.
1: all videos that have sound, as soon as i put the video in the editor and press play it makes that sound.
2: no i don't have any working older videos because i never bothered to save it but when i did have a video
i accidently put a video edited with a editor known as windows movie maker (which was much lower class
than premiere elements) and it didnt make weird noises!
3: yes nothing changed in the settings.
Thanks for the additional information. Very helpful.
1. That I understand. But, by "all videos that have sound", I am understanding that we are talking about only Bandicam video. Correct or no?
2. That would have been convenient, but....
Am I understanding correctly, you have gotten a Windows Movie Maker export to import into Premiere Elements without
any weird audio noises?
If all of the above is correct understanding, is there any possibility that you could post a Dropbox link to one of your small Bandicam sample videos. I would like work with it to see if I can determine the core of your Premiere Elements audio issue.
1 and 2 are correct.
and i have a question what is dropbox?
i'm sorry i deleted my past videos that failed to
work so in conclusion my video file is empty.
Thanks for the reply. I have never used Dropbox to send a file to someone else.But from time to time a Premiere Elements user will send a sample of a problem video by posting a link to the downloadable sample on this Dropbox sharing site. I mentioned this for non promotional reasons.
Your description gives the impression that there may be a property in the bandicam video that is conflicting with Premiere Elements. And, the Windows Movie Maker results may suggest the necessity of a file conversion of the video with bandicam origin before its import into the Premiere Elements project.
I was hoping to look at your problem video first hand to determine if it behaves the same in my computer environment as yours. But, you appear to have deleted the problem video.
What is the situation with the present bandicam output? Is it characterized by weird audio noises when imported into a Premiere Elements project or is it OK the way it used to be?
Well i could make another video and send both versions of the sample videos so you can check it out.
other than that I use google drive for files which is inconvenient if you don't have it installed so sorry.
well in fact i do remember changing one thing while using the screen recorder it's making a rectangle on the screen
and using OpenGL window cause when the problem didnt happen on my computer i used rectangle on screen
but then my computer was upgraded and faster i used OpenGL window and that's when it happened... the noises...
wait nevermind i just tried rectangle on a screen and it brought the same results maybe it's because of updates on the computer itself?
either way i could give you samples and just remember to leave your gmail so i can share it to you.
Please check your Adobe Private Messages for one from me regarding troubleshooting strategy.
Message just sent.
I have worked with your two video samples, one before Premiere Elements 12 import and one after. If those samples are representative
of your problems, I have the answer and a suggested fix. What appears to exist is non supported MP2 audio, and the video compression gives cause for concern. The video codec is Xvid. One does not work with Xvid in Premiere Elements (any version) without expectations for issues. The answer is to convert your Xvid.avi to H.264.mp4 in a program such as Movie Maker and then use that H.264.mp4 as your Premiere Elements 12 source video file. In the conversion the video codec, audio codec, and wrapper format are changed Xvid (MPEG-1 Layer 2),avi to H.264 (AAC).mp4.
Your before sample
Xvid.avi with audio = MPEG-1 Layer 2 (840 x 468 16:9 @ 60 progressive frames per second)
played back with video and audio in VLC Player and Movie Maker. It played back with video but no sound in Windows Media Player and presented in QuickTime Player with no video and no audio. In Premiere Elements 12 it imported with video but weird audio noises - no narration. Video and audio properties readout program indicated that all codecs were installed or not required.
Is there any requirement in your work to remain at those particular video and audio properties? What project preset are you selecting for this source whose properties should match the description the project preset?
Please review and consider.
Thank you i will try that.
Thanks for the reply and for looking into the suggestions.
I never did get to looking at what would happened if I exported that Xvid.avi Timeline from Premiere Elements. The Xvid and the audio portion noises scared me off.
Looking forward to your results.
things look great turns out it was on Xvid because i messed with the settings a little to lower cpu lag
so thanks for helping me!
Wonderful news that things are looking great.
Glad for the opportunity to be of assistance.