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You generally can't use MP4s as source files in Premiere Elements.
The best solution is to buy Quicktime Pro ($29 from Apple). It functions as a basic video editor for these file types or, if you want to edit in Premiere Elements, it will convert many files (including MP4s) to DV-AVIs, which work flawlessly in Premiere Elements.
Thank you I got the Pro version
and now importing works without any loss in Premiere Elements 7.
Now the problem I have is the low quality Video when upload it to YouTube.
I tried to convert it to QuickTime format for best quality, but was out of Sync with my XP.
Than I used the Share Default YouTube feature within Prem. it works but the quaity is very low.
I'm dissapointed with Premiere Elements 7 if I new it I wouldn't upgrade it from Prem version 3.
Please, any solutions for better uploading?
Sorry. YouTube is a very mysterious creature. Whatever you put up there, they re-encode at a terrible quality. Plus they're always changing their systems so, even if you figure out the best file to send up today, it may not work at all tomorrow.
Here's our best guess though, from the FAQs at the top of this forum.