I'm not sure what you mean when you say you importing numbered stills. There are several ways to add stills to a project.
Can you describe step by step what you're doing?
I get the idea you've got several consecutive still photos that you want to load to the timeline in a specific order, each still lasting just a frame or two.
Thanks for getting back to me, so, I filmed some footage on a GoPro on a time-lapse setting, one frame every 5 seconds - I have 1040 stills, and they're numbered consecutively.
In Premiere Elements 15, i want to create a video of the time-lapse. I go to Add Media, got to the folder which holds the 1040 stills - there is a check box at the bottom of the dialogue box titled 'numbered stills' - I check this box, choose the the first still, and import. According to several YouTube tuition videos, this should bring all stills into 'my project' - it only imports the highlighted still.
I've tried highlighting all 1040 - which are all definitely named in sequence - but they are imported out of sequence.
That's what I'm doing - can you help?
You'll need to select all of the stills in order to import them all into your project.
Thank you - I had tried this previously, and it didn't work, as in, it was importing them out of sequence. But this has now worked. The reason I wanted to use the 'numbered stills' option is that, apparently, this automatically imports without the time space between each still.