Which model of Flip are you using? HD or standard def?
When you set up your project, did you select the correct project settings for that video format? You'll know because, if you did, there will be no red lines above the clips on your timeline until you add effects to them. Is that the case in your project?
Which settings did you use for the video you output? Did you use the settings we recommend in the FAQs to the right of this forum?
Thank you for your message.
I use the Flip Ultra HD (3).
I think that I selected the correct project settings. I tried different
settings. And I had no red lines, but the shots were shaking.
What is the correct setting for the Flip? And do I have to set it before or
after importing the shots?
If you are not seeing red lines above the clips, you've apparently selected the right project settings.
Which Share settings are you using to output a test video and what software are you using to compare your original video with your output?
I tested all the available settings to share the video. Quick time gave the
best results. But still bad quality.
And to compare: I just saw it on my computer. The original shots are in my
computer. It should be like in WLMM...
There are dozens of Quicktime formats available as outputs from Premiere Elements. So I'm still not clear which output specs you're using.
Also, "I saw it on my computer" doesn't even remotely give me a clue which program you're viewing your videos in for comparison.
You also haven't told us how you plan to share this video: Online, on DVD, on BluRay disc, etc.
So, sorry, but without more detailed information, there's nothing I can do to help you.
Thanks for your effort. Because I apperently couldn't explain what exactly
went wrong, I asked an expert to have a look here in my office.
That worked much easier en I could also explain it in Dutch. Also much
easier for me.
So it seemed that it is now solved. It was a difference in PAL and NTSC.
Thanks again for your time and effort.