I am trying to export some old home movies from Premiere Pro onto DVD to be played on a DVD player but I'm not having any luck. The closest I've come is advertisements telling me to download other software that I'd have to pay for. What's the deal Adobe? I have created a selection menu in After Effects and now I want to combine the two, sync them up and burn as a working DVD. How do I do it? These are being done for an older person who isn't computer savvy and only wants them on DVD.
Hi, I have found that Power to go 13, won't accept mpeg2 dvd files encoded in Premier pro/media encoder. I had a mega4 file to edit, which power to go 13 would accept, so I used that, which bypassed Premier Pro/Media Encoder. Since then I have discovered that Adobe Elements will accept files from Premier Pro.
For DVD makers Premiere Pro seems redundant. It's a shame, as Encore was so easy for DVD makers.