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Burning to DVD for Premier 15

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Aug 24, 2017

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I have just purchased a copy of Premier 15 and when I made a movie and went to burn straight to DVD it wouldn't let me. The older version just had a few selections to make and then tick burn and it burnt straight to DVD. but for some reason this isn't the case for Premier15. What do I need to do?

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Burning to DVD for Premier 15

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I have just purchased a copy of Premier 15 and when I made a movie and went to burn straight to DVD it wouldn't let me. The older version just had a few selections to make and then tick burn and it burnt straight to DVD. but for some reason this isn't the case for Premier15. What do I need to do?

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Hi judyj49582071,

Moving the thread to Premiere Elements space for better assistance.

Thanks,

Vidya.

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You'll need to be more specific.

What exactly are you doing and what is or is not happening?

Can you burn an ISO file rather than directly to a disc?

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Hi Steve and thanks for replying. I think I have sorted it out. Yes, I needed to burn a image of the movie then burn to DVD. It seemed so much easier the “old” way of just doing it in one hit. That’s the trouble with us “old School” guys.. we like the old ways.

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