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Sometimes DVD uses codecs that don't work well with Premiere Elements.
Smartest thing to do would be to convert any DVD files to DV-AVIs before you use them in a Premiere Elements. The FAQs at the top of this forum tell you how:
You may also find this discussion of DVD camcorders helpful.
Hi Steve, just getting back to this project..... A response from Canon indicated that the camcaorder files created by their product are .VOB files for video and .AC3 for audio and .IFO to integrate the video and audio files. Will the MPEGStreamclip a squared5 also handle these and be useable with the Power Director products? Also has PD 7 been released and does it address my problem without my going through a file conversion?
I don't know anything about Power Director products, Nick.
But MPEG Streamclip should be able to convert your files to editable DV-AVIs if you follow the instructions in the link above.