What version of Premiere Elements do you use and on what computer operating system is it running?
The latest report that I have is that Adobe is working on the issue.
A private company (a project recovery company) has entered at least one of the recent threads
wanting to obtain source material with which to further investigate and resolve the issue.
These are some of the major links, posted in case you have not seen them so far
The above is just a few of the current threads.
Adobe Premiere Elements Version is 12.1
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The keyframe 142 problem has been reported for several programs. It is hoped that Adobe will identify and publish soon an answer
to the problem.