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Audio playback I've just started having problems with audio quality & syncronization when previewing movies I've put together. This happens when previewing on the small monitor screen and the DVD preview screen within the software. (I've not tried to burn the project to DVD yet) The audio has a "pulsing" sound to it which stretches the audio and makes it out of sync with the video, I've tried everything from within the software itself without success. In desparation I then uninstalled & re-installed Premier elements and all was well. However when I re-booted the following day the problem was back. I then tried a repair through XP's remove/install facility and the problem disappeared again only to reappear next time I started the computer. I've tried playing individual clips which I've used in the movie in Windows Media Player and they play purfetcly so the problem is definitely within Premier Elements. Help Please. allan@pratt.go-plus.net

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  • allan943 Jan 31, 2008

    Thanks.

    I don't think the problem has anything to do with the preview window quality. I can also play the footage in the DVD preview window and the same problem is apparant, that is when the problem is there. This appears to be every time after I've shut down & re-booted the next day. Last night I did re-install again and all worked find so I decided to burn the DVD while I was at it. That's fine as well.

    I hadn't yet started the Adobe software today but have just done to see what it's doing. The problem is back again! I know now that if I un-install & re-install it will be cured until I shut down next time.

    I have made quite a few DVDs before with the same software & no problem. I do have some of these still on my hard drive and if I load them into the Premier Elements when the problem is apparant they also are affected in the same way.

    This problem started last week.

    I'm baffled!

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My best guess is the problem you are experiencing maybe related to the preview window itself. The small monitor is meant to give you the working draft. The playspeed and resolution will not be perfect. If you look into the options you may be able to activate the playback fullscreen and in actual full watchable quality. I have not used this program in particular, but in my experience with others like it, this is most likely the issue. I suggest you go ahead and burn it. If the actual burn product is sharing the same problem, then I would move to a more current version or different program. The reviews on your version refer to it as effective yet rough, compared to newer versions. Good Luck!

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