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There's no way to do this in Premiere Elements, v.
The closest, if you'll check under the More button (or the >> button) in the upper right corner of the media panel, you can create a column called Media Start, which will show your video's timecode (if it's DV footage captured over FireWire).
After you create this column, you can sort your listings by that timecode.
Put clips 1-99 in a bin and clips 100-199 in another bin, that will keep them from mingling.
thanks for all of you. I use both to organize my clips, now.thanks.
Cool. Glad we could help!
If you capture with winDV you can configure it to add the date/time to the file name.
winDV is a free program that captures over firewire and does a good job. I use it on my laptop because it buffers the video stream. http://windv.mourek.cz/
Another approach is to rename the XXX01 - XXX99 files to XXX001 - XXX099 using 1-4a rename.