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Not all codecs can be removed using the Control Panel.For instructions on how to disable or remove other installed codecs, see these Tech Notes: Use other software to transcode (convert) video files that cause problems when you try to import or play them in Adobe Premiere Elements. You can transcode a file within the same format (for example, transcode a 3ivx-encoded AVI file into a DV-encoded AVI file).Codecs are available from codec publishers' websites.Only download codecs from established, verifiable software publishers. Installing a new codec typically causes some video or audio files to become unreadable. If you experience problems importing or playing files that are all the same format but are from different sources, the problem is likely that a poorly designed codec is installed on your computer.To gather this information, do one or more of the following tasks: Some video files are encoded with codecs (Div X, Xvid, 3ivx, and so on) that are not installed by default with Windows or Apple Quick Time.You can download and install additional codecs on your computer.If an imported video file exhibits more serious playback issues, see Troubleshoot File Formats and Codecs.
Sometimes a mismatch between an imported file and the settings for the Adobe Premiere Elements project in which you are working causes playback problems.The Properties window shows the file's frame size (as "Image Size"), frame rate, and pixel aspect ratio.