Premiere Elements 14
What computer operating system? For now, I am assuming Windows 7, 8, 8.1, or 10 64 bit.
Premiere Elements (many versions) has problems with video audio that is recorded with a variable frame rate. Typically webcams, screen capture program, cell phones, iPad, and iPod record with a variable frame rate. The Premiere Elements symptoms can range from audio out of sync to not being able to import the video audio at all. The typical remedy for this situation is to take this type of video audio in the free HandBrake to obtain H.264.mp4 with constant frame rate to import into the Premiere Elements project.
The definitive way to know that you are dealing with variable frame rate is to run your file through the free MediaInfo video audio properties readout software. If you find 3 frame rates in the video properties readout, your video audio was recorded with a variable frame rate. MediaInfo download | SourceForge.net
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I appreciate your help, but it took me a while to cut everything and get it working in th beginning. I'll look into this method the next time I use Logitech Webcam Software or use my iPhone 6 video footage.
And by the way, to anyone who will help me, I wasn't being specific on this;
I used my iPhone 6 front camera to record; that should clear up some confusion on which PART of my iPhone 6 I used to record.
Alright, this is an edit to my original post. I checked my raw webcam footage, and deduced that all of the problems I encountered was caused by PE14; EVERYTHING from the webcam being sped up to the iPhone 6 footage desyncing. I will try editing it in a different project. Will update once I get results.
Thanks for the update and follow up.
It will be interesting to learn how this all comes together once all the results are in.
Okay, to you and to anyone else who comes across this thread, the link below goes to the new thread regarding my issue.
I responded to you on the other thread. I gave a similar response to AT Romano in Post 2. Sorry about that. In the future, you may want to try a more advanced camera app for your iPhone 6 so that you can shoot in a constant frame rate.