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Everios really are a problem for Premiere Elements for some reason. Here's a workaround one person came up with.
The real question though is how did you get your video from the camcorder into your computer? Did you download the files? Use another program to capture them.
Far and away, the best way to guarantee the highest quality is to convert those Everio files to DV-AVIs using a program like MPEG Streamclip BEFORE you bring them into PRemiere Elements. The FAQs at the top of this forum tell you how.
Thanks for the info! I currently download the files from the camcorder to my external hard drive and then use Elements "add files from folder" function. I will try converting the .mod files to .avi before importing them into Elements and see if that helps. Question, if I upgrade to Premiere Elements 7.0 will these issues with Everio/.mod files still exist?? Love the camcorder and freedom from purchasing tapes but it is a hassle to find programs that work with it.
Unfortunately, that's the trade-off. Tapeless camcorders generally don't interface well with video editing programs.
And, no, an upgrade to version 7 won't make it any better. Sorry.