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Audio cut problem

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Oct 09, 2017

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When I try to edit one of my videoson Adobe Premiere Elements 15 the audio just stops at a certain point for them. I don't get why and there isnt a consistency. I can play the videos from VLC and Windows Media Player without the audio cut appearing, but whenever they're on Adobe Premiere they just appear randomly on the file, even if I clear them from the media slot and put them back onto Adobe. If anyone can help with this i would really appreciate it because i would like to use parts of the videos that are cut out.

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Audio cut problem

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When I try to edit one of my videoson Adobe Premiere Elements 15 the audio just stops at a certain point for them. I don't get why and there isnt a consistency. I can play the videos from VLC and Windows Media Player without the audio cut appearing, but whenever they're on Adobe Premiere they just appear randomly on the file, even if I clear them from the media slot and put them back onto Adobe. If anyone can help with this i would really appreciate it because i would like to use parts of the videos that are cut out.

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You didn't provide any information about the source of the videos or the computer system you are using.  Also, I've never had that happen to me with videos from my Panasonic or Sony camera with several versions of Premiere Elements. 

That does not mean it can't happen.  Without more information I'm going to guess that your videos come from a phone or screen capture program and they have a variable frame rate.  I'm basing my guess based on past posts to this forum. 

Could you provide more detail?

Bill

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