If your media is variable frame rate, use the free HandBrake to convert it to constant frame rate:
What operating system and computer specs?
What is the file type, frame rate, and codec of your media? You can use the free MediaInfo to find out that information:
If the media is from a camera or phone, what is the model number?
Im using Windows 10 Pro.
My computer specs are: Processor: AMD FX(tm)-6300 Six-core processor 3.5 GHz
8 GB Ram
Video card: AMD Radeon R7 200 SeriesAMD Radeon R7 200 Series
Im recording with Playstv and im saving it as a mp4 file with 60fps. I dont need to save the file or render it, already in the edeting sreen it has a delay.
Because the software or device you're using to record is saving your file with a non-standard audio or video codec or bit rate, you'll need to use Peru Bob's advice and convert the file to more standard specs using Handbrake.
I can watch the video without any prblems, i can edit the video with movie maker without problems and than save it without problems and upload it. than i try to use premiere elements 14 and there is a delay between audio and video and i cant fix it. ive downloaded handbrake and i realy dont understand this. ive tried but nothing happend i still have this delay... And thats only in premiere elemts 14...
You can ignore what he says about the Audio settings. No need to do that in this case.
The most important thing is to set Video to Constant Frame Rate.