I am using Adobe Premiere Elements 8.0 running on Windows 7. While editing a long clip I selected a portion I wanted to use from the timeline, cut it out, moved it to another track and then time stretched it. All seamed well. I did not need the time stretched sound so I deleted it. Now I can not see this new streched clip when I play or scrub. If I double click in it it plays in the preview. Any sugestion how I can get it acting like any other clip again?
Oops, found it. It does not like when I try adding a fade-in to a time stretched clip. A black clip before it can be overlapped and faded out but is there a way to fade a streched clip directly?
I'm not sure what you mean by "get it acting like the other clip again."
To add a fade in or fade out, just right-click on your clip and select the Fade In or Fade Out option.
And don't forget to render any clip you've added any effect to. (The red line above the clip willl turn green when it is rendered.) A rendered clip will look much more like your final video output.