All you do in Premiere Elements is create the video and export it to a file which you will upload to your web site.
I would look first at a wmv export from Premiere Elements. Depending on the file size .mp4 might be a choice.
Once the file is exported from Premiere Elements and saved to the computer hard drive, the details are on the Microsoft side of things. Lots of online articles on ASP.NET with lots of expertise.
Have you seen the following online article
Please review and consider and let us know if the article helped or led you to a place whose users can better help you on the Microsoft side of things.
We will be watching for your progress.
Thanks for your reply.
Those links seem to refer to how to upload a video from an aspx page.
In my case, I would FTP the WMV or MP4 clip directly to the server. The video would already be sitting on the server when the Web page loads.
One or two of the links in the ASP.NET forum, which the link your kindly provided points to, indicate that using the Page_Init event in the Web page code, which is the first thing that happens when an ASP.NET page is executed, could be what I am looking for. As you suggest, I should pursue this further in the ASP.NET forums.
I had better get posting there!
Once again, you have been very helpful.
Many thanks for the reply and the follow up information.
Hope that ASP.NET forums has the key information to move you forward in you work.
Please let us know the outcome as your schedule permits.