What model of camcorder is this video clip from and what resolution is it? How did you get it from the camcorder to your computer?
Go to Premiere Elements' Edit menu and check the Project Settings/General. Do they match the resolution and frame rate of your video?
If this is not camcorder video -- and especially if this is a commercial video purchased from iTunes -- there are other considerations.
You may want to open the file in Media Info (a free download) and report the resolution, frame rate and especially the audio and video codecs that are listed.
Thank you for your reply, Steve. I have a JVC AVCHDSD card video camera. I used both Photo (Mac) for the first project that had the missing last bit of audio and then I used a PC to unload the videos from the card. I figured there was some kind of a glitch with Premier for the first video. I found out that was not the case.
To answer your questions, I did match the resolution of the project to that of the original video (1280x720). I also tried a number of different project styles with the same resolution, all with the same problem.
So, in the mean time, I downloaded a trial version of Premier Elements 14 and voila, no sound missing from the clips!
The newest version of the software had whatever fix or compatibility resolution I needed in it. I purchased the new version, installed it and all works well.
Thanks again for your help.
Glad you found a solution, miker!
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