What model of camcorder is your video coming from and what format and resolution is it?
When you add this video to your timeline, do you see a yellow-orange "render" line above the clip, along the top of the timeline?
What processor does your Dell run? The 390 offers several processor options, from low-end Celerons to modern quad-cores.
Video was MTS format. 1440 (w) x 1080 (H). Frame rate: 25frames/second
Yes there is a Yellow line.
Processor: Intel Core i3-2120 3.30 GHz
If that clip is the first one on your timeline, then Premiere Elements should have read it and set up your project to match the video specs. Apparently it did not (since you're seeing the yellow-orange line along the top of the timeline).
Go to the Project Settings, under the Edit menu, and post what the program is listing as its project settings.
Your processor is at the lower end of what's needed to edit high-def video with this program. But, if your project is set up properly, you should still be able to do some basic editing of MTS files. What model of camcorder is this video from?
Canon Legria HF R306 and R406 models
in .mts format - which is a form of AVCHD
The settings seem right. And I don't see a yellow-orange line above the first few clips on your timeline.
All the video are on the network folder.
We convert MTS file to MP4 file and video is working fine.
So you've found a solution? If so, please mark this question as answered. Thanks, tarequec!
Sorry Steve but my question is why MTS file is not working with Adobe Premiere.
I don't know. MTS files should be even more compatible than MP4s!
That said, are your camcorders set up to shoot in XP+ 1440x1080?
Now MP4 does not work.
If I run the video from local hard drive it's works fine but all of my files are on the Network. Video from the Network share are very slow and sometime stop playing. Please help me to resolve this problem. Can I contact directly Adobe?
Thanks in advanced.
You can contact Adobe Tech Support. However, free support is only available for current versions of the program.
That said, are your camcorders set up to shoot XP+ 1440x1080? What happens if you load a 1440x1080 MTS as the first clip on your timeline? Do you see a yellow-orange line above the clip, along the top of the timeline?
Your report of problem with files on network and no problems with files not on the network points to network involvement in your issues.
Please read the following Adobe document which discusses this matter (Premiere Elements is included in the products affected list in the document although Premiere Pro is listed in the document's title.)
In post 11, you wrote
Now MP4 does not work.
Is that when the MP4 files are on the network or the local drive?