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burning to blu-ray

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Feb 04, 2021 Feb 04, 2021

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After 2 years of working on a video with Premiere Elements 2019. I found, with great disappointment, that the export to Blu-ray function is no longer supported. Given the increasingly high definition of videos (HD - 4K - 8K!) And therefore the need for a greater availability of space on which to transfer the video, this choice by Adobe is completely incomprehensible. Can anyone suggest me how to export, complete with menus and then burn it to Blu-ray?

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DVD Architect or Imgburn.   There may be others but those get good reviews.  

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ImgBurn is a disc burning app. It won't author high-def video to BluRay. And, unfortunately, DVD Architect has been discontinued.

 

Of the few remaining BluRay authoring programs, CyberLink PowerDirector is probably your best bet.

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>this choice by Adobe is completely incomprehensible

 

I don't have a bluray burner so I didn't save any of the links, but 'from memory' Adobe removed that option due to the bluray owner's group removing permission for programs like Premiere Elements to burn to bluray... I can't remember if the permission was totally removed, or if Adobe didn't want to pay the HIGH licensing fee and then have to add to the price of every program sold

 

But the bottom line is you will have to use a different authoring program

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