You will not be able to edit 2304x1296 video in Premiere Elements at its native resolution.
What model of camcorder is this video from? It's a very non-standard size.
If this is non-camcorder video, we'll need to analyze it and find out what codecs, frame rates, etc., it's made up of before we can recommend how you proceed.
If this is DCI video or a format other than MTS or MP4, you will not likely be able to edit it in this program.
thanks a lot!
this is the camera:
data rate 18002kbps
frame rate 30 f/s
Quick time video file
what else do you need to know?
That's a very odd resolution of footage and an off the wall $40 pen.
Elements cannot edit at those dimensions so,
It would be best to record using the pen at 1920 x 1080. That's what I would do anyway.
That footage will work and not create any problems for you.
Besides, you would need a 4Kmonitor to view 2304 x 1296 at it's native resolution. It wouldn't even fill a 4K screen unless it's scaled up to do so.
The pen also shoots in 1920x1080 and 1280x720, both of which Premiere Elements CAN edit.
Shoot in that resolution and you should have no problems editing this video (assuming you've got Quicktime 7 installed, per the program's requirements).
thanks a lot to both of you for the prompt reply, very kind of you.
I am aware that the pen also shoots at 1920x1080; however, this is not an option that I am considering.
I bought this pen model exactly because of its higher resolution, so I'd rather change program for the editing than recording resolution (by the way, I guess I could edit at 1980x1080 even if the originary video is higher resolution; no need to shoot at 1920x1080). Having said that, I am much surprised that PE14 cannot edit at 2304x1296 or at 2k anyway.