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This sometimes happens with video from DVDs, depending on the audio codec the DVD uses.
The best solution is to convert the DVD files to DV-AVIs before you bring them into Premiere Elements, per our FAQs.
Just out of curiosity, has anybody experimented with adding a copy of the Encore AC3 .dll into PE? Doing so, allows P-Pro to Import and work with AC3 files in MPEG files. I do not recall reading of anyone trying this. In Pro, it's the AC3 encoding that causes the "no Audio" problem. However, it is even less friendly with files from DVD and will not touch a VOB.
Interesting idea, Hunt.
I tried adding a PPro effect to PE but it didn't work. (There could be more than one reason for that of course!) :)
On that basis I wouldn't assume that it was guaranteed to work.
Out of curiosity, I'll stick the .dll into PE (after a Ghost, in case get pear-shaped in a hurry), and try to Import an AC3 MPEG. Probably have to Export one out of PP, but will report. May work, but probably will not. Who knows?
Will try this on Monday,