I am editing my news program. I am using Adobe Premiere Elements 12. I have applied the green screen effect and split the clip in two places. I applied the time stretch at 50% in two of the clips so it looks like my newscasters are in zero gravity. Unfortunately, when I exported the video using Windows Media, I get a high whining sound for the audio instead of speech. I am using a windows 8 computer. This whining sound has happened before when I try to use a video as the background of the green screen.
Premiere Elements 12 on Windows 8 (assumed 64 bit computer)
After you applied the Time Stretch and played back the Timeline content in the Edit area monitor, did the sound present as whining?
When you applied Time Stretch, was it to a video clip which had audio linked to it?
If so, did you try to minimize the sound distortion created by the Time Stretch by placing a check mark next to "Maintain Audio Pitch".
Please give more details on the audio situation.
Also what was the format of your Timeline video? XviD.avi or other?