What kind of camcorder did your video come from and how did you get it into your computer?
When you created your Premiere Elements project, which project settings did you select?
Well, perhaps this was one of some differences to my previous videos: I usually use my Sony camcorder, but this time I used my digicam Ricoh K8. The video to this camera is fully incompatible with PRE (even if it's an AVI - I worked with another cameras before, but only with Ricoh K8 I discover incompatibility to just every video cut software), so I converted it through VirtualDub (using also MSU Cartonizer for special effects). As far as I cam recall, I converted it with Helix YUV codec, which I often use, because PRE 3.0 hadn't compatibility problems before.
About settings of the project, which details do you need exactly? I actually used the default settings. Here I did the screenshots of every part of Project settings:
(Sorry, it's German version, I hope they haven't shuffled the settings) :-)
I have a feeling, that the problem is not with video footage, but with some PRE settings, since you can see in the glitch both levels: video and text together. Perhaps rendering failure?
Your video project settings are correct, if you're using video from a miniDV camcorder.
Since you're not, it's more likely a glitch that crept in during your conversion.
I'm not sure how fixable it is. If it's what I think you're indicating, it only appears for a second or two and is hardly noticeable.
Thank you, perhaps it's really problem of conversion. I usually don't use my digital camera for videos, just it was only camera I had that time...
Actually, the converted footage (pre-PRE) doesn't have this glitch, only the rendered one with PRE...
Perhaps I have to avoid this camera for video recordings and postproduction with PRE...
Thank you anyway :-)