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I had trouble finding the specific device you mentioned, but this type of this is often caused when people try using video that was not meant to be edited.
My general recommendation is to pair up consumer hardware with consumer software. And the reverse as well, for Premiere Pro, stick to more "professional" cameras.
How about if you don't know the answer to question, you don't insult the asker? It sort of causes an unfriendly atmosphere on a user help forum.
I seem to recall some format problems with either this unit, or similar. There were 2-3 different threads on the Premiere Elements forum. Do not recall a solution, but there was a lot of discussion, as many users did not know what the OP's were talking about. A search of the Premiere Elements forum might help. Also, some of these threads might have been in the "Community" (forums) area on www.muvipix.com. Have a look there, too.
This sounds like you are missing the proper codec. As a test, try installing the LEAD MCMP|MJPEG codec available from:
The evaluation copy is free and will tell you right away if that's your problem.
>How about...you don't insult the asker?
I don't believe I did. I certainly didn't mean to. My answer was intended to be informative.