OK...thanks to Hunt, I've solved (temporarily) my burning DVD issue...now, I've got an editing
I am trying to assemble a DVD of downloaded (LEGALLY!) clips. I am downloading .mpg files, than play just fine in WMP, but when I import them to Premiere, the audio/video are out of sync...almost as if the audio is longer than the video. I have other clips from the same source that are just fine, but 2 of them just won't play along. Any ideas?
All Adobe Video programs have issues with muxed MPEG files, especially with MPEG Audio. Other NLE's experience the same issue.
My first choice would be to convert to DV-AVI Type II's, and you should not have the OOS issues.
Next, I'd rip the Audio from those muxed MPEG files, and Import that PCM/WAV 48KHz 16-bit file into PrE, replacing the muxed MPEG Audio.
Last, if neither did it the trick, this ARTICLE might prove useful.
I agree with Hunt. This sometimes happens when MPEGs are used as source video.
Convert your downloaded video to DV-AVIs and use the DV project setting in Premiere Elements and all will be well.
Here are some programs that will convert for you. Super is always a good place to start.