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Are you downconverting in the camcorder and capturing as DV-AVI? To confirm if it is hardware of software related try captuing into Winows Movie Maker or the freeware WinDV http://windv.mourek.cz/
I have captured a video of 60 minutes in Windows Moviemaker and the sound is OK and in sync. So I think the problem is with PE4!
I tend to use WinDv to capture my DV-AVI files... it uses fewer computer resources than PE4 and "names" the clips in a more meaningfull way than PE4. After capture I just import them into PE4.
The readme file has the following item:
Import/export of some formats including DVD, Blu-ray, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, H.264, and Dolby Digital Stereo may require activation via an Internet connection. Activation is fast, easy, and free. Import/export of 3GP, 3GP2, and MPEG-4 requires QuickTime software.
For a complete list of supported file formats visit the Adobe Premiere Elements Support page (and refer to the document Supported file formats (Adobe Premiere Elements 4.0).
How do I activate these file formats?
I don't know if activation is what you need -- but, if so, the FAQs at the top of this forum tell you how.