Right-click the clip in the Edit> Project tab, and select 'Interpret Footage'. Does that help?
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Did you use Premiere Elements to capture this video into your project over a FireWire connection?
If so, try right-clicking on the video in the Project panel and selecting Interpret Footage.
Your camcorder is an HDV camcorder, but should have a DV Lock setting for capturing it to standard DV. (Or did you shoot it in standard DV?)
But if you shot in HDV and you're streaming it into a project set up for standard DV, you may have problems.
Can you be more specific about what format you shot this video in and how you set up the camcorder for capture?
The footage was shot at standard DV quality on the Z1 16:9 captured into
Adobe Premiere Elements directly from a DSR11 deck, via a Firewire cable,
it's something I do every day of the week with the previous versions. I tend
to edit on Final Cut Pro then transfer to Elements to make DVD's or various
The point being that I've never had this problem before going into Premiere
via route one and I'm puzzeled