Could you take a screenshot of your timeline in the Expert Room and post it here? This is for us to better understand what you are doing and if needed, to reproduce the problem at our end. Could you also let us know the format of the clip used?
Premiere Elements Team
What is the computer operating system that your Premiere Elements 13 is running on?
What is the description of its resources?
What are the properties of this 3 minutes video clip?
What is your project preset set by you manually or the project automatically? Please see Edit Menu/Project
Settings/General and the readings for Editing Mode, Timebase, Frame Size, Pixel Aspect Ratio even if they
look grayed out.
And where are those 23 titles coming from....the Premiere Elements 13 Titler or from a 3rd party
software and from there imported into Premiere Elements 13 Add Media/Files and Folders/Project Assets
and then to the Timeline video tracks?
How and where did you do the following?
I had one crash in copying and pasting a form object from on title to another.
I am assuming that you went through the usual drill
a. latest version of QuickTime installed on the computer with Premiere Elements?
b. problem exists with or without the antivirus and firewall(s) disabled?
c. running program from User Account with Administrative Privileges?
We will be watching for your next report.
problem has been solved.
Seems like drag and drop of a MTS video file in the timeline lead to a corrupted audio track in that clip. I noticed, that I couldn`t fade out the audio track, even if I set markers. I deleted the clip and was able to render and preview. Imported the clip again and everything worked as expected.
Thanks for support!
Great news. Great job of resolving the issue.
Not sure if you will ever need the following information, but just in case....your mention of "....I could not fade out audio track,..." brought to mind
Glad you are moving forward with your Premiere Elements projects.