This is a very old camcorder that uses some outmoded video formats. However, if you use a proper workflow, the program should still be able to edit it.
It appears your video is 16:9 and you are trying to edit it in a 4:3 project.
How are you getting the video from your camcorder to your computer? You should attach the camcorder via USB and set the camcorder to VTR mode. Then, in Premiere Elements, use Add Media/Video from Cameras or Devices to open the Video Importer.
When you add this video as the first clip on your Video 1 track, do you see a yellow-orange "render" line above this clip, along the top of the timeline. If your project is properly set up, you should NOT see this line until you add effects to the clip.
Sorry but it doesn´t work.
I don´t use a 4:3 project. I want use the original size 16:9.
What doesn't work?
I'm asking you questions, manfred. I can't help you troubleshoot this problem unless you answer them.
Sorry my friend, you have right (sorry also for my bad english). I recognize the yellow line now. But i dont understand what I should do now?
(If your project is properly set up, you should NOT see this line until you add effects to the clip.)
I have made some screenshots. You see the modfile is in premiere in an bad format. How can I change the format in premiere, so that the whole picture is in the right format 16:9.
Like the last picture -mp4 format of the original mod file.
This is a very unusual video format and a very unusual video aspect ratio. As I said earlier, this is an older camcorder and is using some obsolete technology. In fact, there is no project setting that will fit that odd 540x576 (1.45 PAR) aspect ratio.
If you'd like, you can use DropBox.com to share one of your video clips with me and I will see if I can come up with a recommendation. Just share a short video file with my e-mail: My first name at Muvipix.com and I will experiment with it. (Never write your or my e-mail address on a forum. Spambots will find it and overwhelm you with junk e-mails.)
Meantime, it might well be worth looking into a new camcorder. AVCHD high-def camcorders can be had for US$200 and less (refurbished Canon camcorders are a great investment). AVCHD edits easily in Premiere Elements and the results are fantastic!