Are you asking how do you add MPEGs to a Premiere Elements project and then output an MPEG from your project?
That depends on the source and type of MPEG. Where did this video come from and how did you get it into your computer?
this is full hd! (mpeg ts) came from my sony hdr sr 11
and i put this file in my pc. and i want to save this file in my pc as the same at source file.
that will be full hd.
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"and i put this file in my pc."
That doesn't give me much to go on...I don't know if you used the Media Downloader in Premiere Elements or if you captured over USB using some other program.
Particularly because this camcorder is an AVCHD camcorder -- which appears to also be able to record in MPEG2.
But I don't have any idea how to get information on the nature of those MPEGs. If they're hi-def, if they're HDV-compatible hi-def. It becomes even more challenging since the files are apparently downloaded via USB. (Indications from one article I read is that the MPEG is actually not hi-def but is standard definition video.)
And without that I won't be able to help you. sorry.
i am used to captured with premiere elments.(avchd)
this is hi-def.
its written (mpeg ts)
send a file
send a file
I assume you're planning to edit the video too.
If so, you can try using the HDV project setting for those MPEGs. If these MPEGs are HDV compatible, when you place them on the timeline there will not be a red line above them.
When you are done editing, go to Share and select the Personal Computer option. From the next screen, select MPEG and, from the list of Presets in the pop-up menu, select the hi-def preset that best matches your camcorder's video.
Because this is a hybrid camcorder, however, I can not guarantee this this MPEG will be of exactly the same format as the one your camcorder created. So, if you are asking if you can upload the MPEG back to your camcorder for playback, I can't guarantee this will work.
its work !
i try to put in setting- ts .i would try to do (mpeg ts )same as the camra is
but its dosent work.
its just mpeg.
I'm glad I could help.