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Hello there,

Im a new user of  Premiere elements 15 and I am in trouble.

When I add files to my timeline the yellow/orange line that tells me that the video files is not identified by the program shows.
I have analyzed the files from my camera with MediaInfo and the file type does not exist in the program.

Can anyone help me?

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Unknown video files?

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Hello there,

Im a new user of  Premiere elements 15 and I am in trouble.

When I add files to my timeline the yellow/orange line that tells me that the video files is not identified by the program shows.
I have analyzed the files from my camera with MediaInfo and the file type does not exist in the program.

Can anyone help me?

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File info doesn't exist!?

What model of camcorder is this video coming from? What is this video's resolution and file format?

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Hi Steve,

It is a Panasonic HC-V180

MediaInfo gives me theese informations and I cant find anything that matches in the program

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That appears to be a pretty standard video format. I don't know why you'd have any problems editing those M2T files.

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ButI can't figure out which one to choose in this window?

When I add the files to the time line the yellow/orange line appears in the timeline. Does that not mean that I have to change?

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You should be bypassing that screen.  With a new project prvide a name and location.  Then use a primary file from the camera and put it first on the timeline.  The project settings will be established automatically.

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Bill is right. The program should recognize your video and set up your project automatically.

But if you need to set up your project, manually, look under PAL project settings. Look for AVCHD/Full HD 25 fps.

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