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Some DVDs use audio or video codecs that Premiere Elements can't work with (It varies from system to system, depending on how yours is configured).
The best solution is to convert any DVD files to DV-AVIs before you edit them in Premiere Elements. Here's how:
Usually the audio will be missing when you import VOB's until indexing has completed and audio conforming has completed and the pek waveform has completed. All status messages about these things will have stopped.
If you open your project now, is the audio there? I've seen in prior versions where the audio was missing but magically appears after saving and exiting Premiere Elements, then loading it back up.
Hi Robert, Hi Steve,
Thankyou for getting back to me. I waited a long time for that audio track to appear and in the end I downloaded the DVD converter you suggested. It is actually a reasonably quick way of extracting a piece of DVD as well as converting it to something that is now working for me in PE3, which has solved what was a very frustrating problem.
Thanks once again to you both.
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