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Premiere Elements 11 cutting off last few seconds of video

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Hey all,

New to forum but i am using Elements 11 and no matter what i put into it, it cuts off a few seconds at the end of the video...but when i play the video without using elements its still there. This is before any editing or uploading..just a simple drag and drop and its missing. Any help will be great!

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Typically screen recording software will record video with a variable frame rate.  That can cause problems with a lot of editors including Premiere Elements.  It might even vary depending on what you are recording. 

Premiere Elements is not a universal, edit everything program.  It is aimed at editing footage from video cameras in several common file types.  Screen recorders can have trouble making those standard file types.

A common fix is to process the clips through Handbrake or equivalent to create a file with a fixed frame rate for video editing.

Hope this helps. 

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Premiere Elements 11 cutting off last few seconds of video

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Hey all,

New to forum but i am using Elements 11 and no matter what i put into it, it cuts off a few seconds at the end of the video...but when i play the video without using elements its still there. This is before any editing or uploading..just a simple drag and drop and its missing. Any help will be great!

Thanks

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Correct answer by whsprague | Adobe Community Professional

Typically screen recording software will record video with a variable frame rate.  That can cause problems with a lot of editors including Premiere Elements.  It might even vary depending on what you are recording. 

Premiere Elements is not a universal, edit everything program.  It is aimed at editing footage from video cameras in several common file types.  Screen recorders can have trouble making those standard file types.

A common fix is to process the clips through Handbrake or equivalent to create a file with a fixed frame rate for video editing.

Hope this helps. 

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What model of camcorder is the video coming from? What is the file format and resolution of the video?

What operating system are you using?

Do you have Quicktime 7 installed, per the program's requirements?

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I do not have quicktime 7..its a recording from bandicam. Ive never had this issue before with bandicam. Send it to elements and it cuts off last few seconds..using windows 10

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Still really need help for this

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Typically screen recording software will record video with a variable frame rate.  That can cause problems with a lot of editors including Premiere Elements.  It might even vary depending on what you are recording. 

Premiere Elements is not a universal, edit everything program.  It is aimed at editing footage from video cameras in several common file types.  Screen recorders can have trouble making those standard file types.

A common fix is to process the clips through Handbrake or equivalent to create a file with a fixed frame rate for video editing.

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Thank you

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I agree with Bill. Bandicam's formatting is likely the issue.

Convert the file to a constant frame rate video with Handbrake and your issues will likely disappear.

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