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Have you downloaed the PDF user guide, so you may read the step by step instructions and do word searches for help?
Right click the PDF link in the upper right corner and select to save to your hard drive
-the page also has links to help pages for previous versions
actually yes I've been reading it but it doesn't seem to address my issue ... at least I've not yet found the answer to this
since the manual does not address this issue ... anyone else able to offer some help?
I did notive that the frame rate for the video clips is 29.97 and the frame rate for the title which is over a clip is 23.976 - the video with and after the title runs slow and choppy
What model of camcorder is your original video coming from and what format is it?
When you set up your Premiere Elements project, which project settings did you select?
Have you checked out my free 8 part Basic Training tutorial series on Premiere Elements support site Muvipix.com? It will help you get the basics in order and may well clear up why these issues are happening?
Also, be sure to tell us what operating system you're using, how fast your processor is and how much RAM you have.
answers to your questions are:
- Canon 5DMII
- I chose DSLR ... then the top choice
- no but I will be glad to view your tutrials
- OS 10.6.8
- 9 GB RAM
- 2 x 2.66 GHZ Dual-Core Intel Xenon
On your Timeline, are there Red lines above the Clips and the Titles? If so, hit Enter/Return to Render the files for smoothest playback.
Also, can you post a screen-cap of your Timeline, so that we can see exactly how you have things laid out?
thanks Bill, the rendering did it ... I guess I never found that in the manual
That red line above your Clips indicates that there is a mis-match between your Source Footage and your Project's Preset. It should not be there, and should only appear, over Titles, whether solo (like your Title 08), or overlay (like your Title 09).
What are the full details of your Source Footage, and then what Project Preset did you choose, at New Project?
Good luck, and thanks for that screen-cap. It says a lot.