What version of Premiere Elements and on what computer operating system is it running?
Generalizing for now...
a. If you Premiere Elements Windows, you could consider Copy/Paste Insert using ClipMate in conjunction with Premiere Elements.
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b. You could export the Timeline content from project 1 to a file saved to the computer hard drive and then import that export into a new Premiere Elements project with preset settings consistent with the video goals.
a. Just "b" of the above.
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I didn't try export. I will try it. Thanx
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Thanks for looking at the suggestions.
Any questions or need clarification as you progress through them, please do hesitate to ask.
I have another question. How do I edit the L and R audio tracks seperately? A problem; the L and R audio tracks are aligned on Premiere but when I burn a disk they are slightly off creating a eco that obscures what is said.ThanksGene
Thanks for the reply.
For now assuming that you are using Premiere Elements 11, 12/12.1, or 13/13.1 on Windows 7, 8, or 8.1 64 bit....
I am not sure that Left and Right channel audio editing is the answer to your DVD echo issue, but the opportunities for audio channel editing in Premiere Elements would include (before burn to)
1. Audio Mixer - Balance.
2. fx Effects/Audio Effects
for explanations of the Audio Effects.....
Left Fill, Right Fill
And, there is the free audio editor, Audacity Audacity: Free Audio Editor and Recorder for channel editing.
Do you hear the echo before the burn to disc?
Is any of the Timeline video content from your cell phone? If so, did you have any issues with a variable frame rate when you were preparing the video in Edit area for burn to in Publish+Share?
What audio effects, if any, did you apply to the Timeline audio content prior to burn to?