I am understanding that your source video presents in Premiere Elements with audio out of sync.
What version of Premiere Elements do you have and on what computer operating system is it running?
Please let us know if your recording device is recording the video with a variable frame rate rather than a constant
one. Premiere Elements can have a problem with video recorded with the variable frame rate. The symptoms can
range from audio out of sync to not being able to import the video into the Premiere Elements project.
The answer has often been to take the video into the free HandBrake program and export it as a H.264.mp4
with a constant frame rate.
Please review and consider, and then, with your reply details, we can decide what next.
Thanks for your answer, but I found a resolution.
I have two versions of my videos, '.mpg ' and '.ts '.
Version '.ts ' does not give me gap sound / picture and I transform in .mp4
It is really not normal that version '.mpg ' does not work correctly.
Still thank you
Thanks for the reply and the good news of the problem resolution that you found, that is, use the .ts version of the Hauppauge output. Your
follow up on the outcome is appreciated by all.
A quick look into the matter of why .ts and not .mpg worked in your case suggests that it is not MPEG2.mpg vs MPEG2.ts, but possibly
a Hauppauge muxer issue with container formats other than .ts.
This was just a quick look specifically into Hauppauge which I do not use. You may want to explore the why in a Hauppauge forum
since I suspect the Hauppauge muxer is at the core of your issue when you output is other than .ts.
If you get any further news on the .ts versus other container formats from Hauppauge, we would be interested in learning of Hauppauge's comments on