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What is your operating system and is a Sony Vaio involved?
Sorry A T Romano...been away. I'm on Vista Business 32bit on a Vaio SZ483N (Dual Core, 2gig RAM)
And what is your source video? Is it DV-AVIs captured over Firewire from a miniDV camcorder -- or some other source?
Mark C Lawrie
The reason that I questioned you on the Vaio involvement was
1. I thought that I remembered a similar PE3/Vaio problem at another web site which ended with Adobe saying that there was no fix for it for PE3 and 4.
2. And, there is the following Steve Grisetti FAQ on this kind of a topic:
Since Steve Grisetti is visiting this topic, for now I will step aside, just temporarily, for his further comments. I want to make sure that I am not mixing "apples and oranges" in my thoughts as applied to your specific situation. As author of the FAQ, he will tell us if I have.
Many times, users have the same outwardly manifested problem, but have different causes for the problem.
To be continued, if necessary.....
I think we're on the same track, Tony, so stick around.
I was just following up on the possibility that DVD and MPEG sources sometimes produce Premiere Elements outputs with no audio for some reason.
But you've also certainly got a very good point about some of the liabilities with VAIOs.