What computer operating system is your Premiere Elements 12 running on?
From what you wrote you are using one of the Music Scores as your soundtrack source for the project.
I have tried numerous ways to replicate the issue that you presented. I am not sure what changes in the video that you could
have made to induce the Music Score from working as you found before. But, please read on. I may have a clue.
And, I am not clear on what the "...it will just keep on" is all about when you wrote
and clicking on the "Fit entire video" button, the ending of the score will not show up, it will just keep on.
If the Music Score does not make an exact fit with the video track content above it, just where does it end on the soundtrack.
If the video track content that you believe to be the Timeline content ends at x seconds, how many seconds after that does the soundtrack end?
What I think could be happening is the following....You have clips or fragments beyond the video clip that you think is your lone footage. And, at the command "Fit Entire Video", the Music Score is doing just that, extending to cover the video clip that you think you want and the leftovers beyond the end of what you think you want. Look for content wherever the soundtrack ends.
Please let us know the outcome.
Thank you for the help. The solution was to shorten the video by a couple of seconds. I guess my movie was ending in the middle of the clip, thus not putting the ending of the score but just fading out.
Thanks for the help,
Thanks for the follow up. Glad you were able to sort out the details necessary to resolve your soundtrack issue. Good job.
I am not completely clear on what you originally reported
clicking on the "Fit entire video" button, the ending of the score will not show up, it will just keep on.
and your solution
The solution was to shorten the video by a couple of seconds.
But, we are glad the you are moving forward successfully in your project.
Please do not hesitate to ask about the above if you want to discuss it, if your schedule permits.