What is the codec?
What version of Premiere Elements and on what computer operating system is it running?
Please take your cell phone video into the free HandBrake program to get the H.264.mp4 version which needs to have a constant rather than a variable frame rate.
Be sure that under the HandBrake Video Tab you have set your frame rate (do not use same as source) and have a dot next to Constant for the frame rate.
Any questions about the use of HandBrake in this issue, please do not hesitate to ask.
Basically, cell phone video is recorded with a variable frame rate. Premiere Elements does not work well with such video. The symptoms range from audio out of sync to not being able to import the video at all. And, in some cases, there are no problems at all.
Please view and consider and supply more details. If questions, please ask.
Add On....we may need to mix into all this the factor of correct project preset that matches the properties of the source file...coming next if necessary.
Sorry, I have to be more specific.
The download to the computer is ok (video good, audio ok). But importing the clip into the Adobe-project causes the problem. Then the audio disappears.
My mobile Phone is a Samsung Galaxy; the codec is AVCHD (.MTS)
Which version of the program are you using?
Have you ensured you have latest version of Quicktime, per the program's requirements?
When you add the video to your project, do you give the program time to conform the file before you start editing it? (Conform progress will be shown in the lower right of the program.)
Thanks for the reply with additional information. But, please let us know the version of Premiere Elements and computer involved as requested in post numbered 2.
Are you saying that your video is coming from your cell phone Samsung Galaxy and that is it described as an AVCHD.mts file? Which Samsung Galaxy?
These cell phones record with a variable frame rate which creates problems in Premiere Elements that you will not see or hear on some other programs.
Consequently, I would encourage you to put your video through HandBrake to get the H.264.mp4 with constant frame rate. Please refer to my post 2 for fuller details.
Note: I looked at the video specifications for Samsung Galaxy 5...your video compression could be AVCHD as posted, but I do not see a option of .mts. Please let us know if you are sure about AVCHD.mts and also include the audio codec/format...Samsung GALAXY S5
I have tried using a .wav file and get the same problem - no sound. Not a satisfactory result from a program that seems able to import the file wqith no error messages!
I do not want to run every file through another program to make it work with Elements when the program should b e able to support the major file formats. If adobe cannot get this right they should hold their hands up and admit. Perhaps something on their advertising blurb would be appropriate then customers could choose a product that actually works with major file formats!
Problems with the same symptoms can (often do) have difference causes. We are still in the process of sorting out theol's details to get at the core of theol's issue. At this time, all suggested steps are for troubleshooting purposes.
If you want help with your .wav issue, please start your own new thread, providing details if you want help.
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