I have copied all my Video 8 movies to my Mac. The copied movies on my Mac are in the mp4 format.When I use my Elements Premiere 15 to playback these movies they are fine. When I edit multiple clips from several mp4 movies to make a new movie the voice & movie are out of sync. Can this issue be solved? (I have tried a number of sources to rectify this issue but none have given me a satisfactory solution). The handbrake solution did not make any difference when I tried it on some movies& the other solutions are too complex & out of my competance level. I bought this software to make copying as easy as possible & I have been (for the most part) happy with Elements Premiere 15, but I would really appreciate advice on how to get voice & movie in sync, which is very frustrating. Do the later versions of Adobe Elements address this issue & solve it?
I'm not Ann. But, I think she would say that the probable issue is that your Video 8 movies were created with a varible frame rate. She might suggest a Handbrake procedure to change that to a fixed frame rate.
With the progress if iPhones that also use variable frame rates, later versions of Premiere Elements may be better at that. A trial is free.
Harder work but maybe effective is to use the (free) program Audacity. There is a YouTube that will show you the procedure.