my premiere elements 17 (2019) working on Windows 10, does not see my dvd/blu-ray burner, what could be the reason. It is visible for all other programms and was visible for the 10 version. the burnen is Blu-ray Lite-on iHBS 112-115 SATA
I lost a Blu-Ray burner with a Windows 10 update. I could never find a replacement or updated driver to fix it. Have you tried getting a driver from Liteon?
Adobe seems to be shrinking its disk media in a situation where data transfer is becoming mainstream.
Blu-ray and AVCHD have not been installed since 2018, and DVD has not been installed on the Mac version since 2019. See the table below for details.
If you want to burn to Blu-ray or DVD, you should use commercial authoring software. I think that it will be displayed if you search the Internet with the following keywords in your country.
windows ; TMPGEnc Authoring Works 6 , PowerProducer 6
Mac ; Toast 18 Pro
Thanks a lot for your help. It is still possible to save the files for AVCHD Blu-ray or DVD, but in the earlier version it was much easier to burn directly from the Premiere. Now you have to make the files first, then burn the Blu-ray disc (eg. Nero) but you have to put the files into the specific folders, I have no idea into which of them. Any hints?
If your primary goal is to creat AVCHD discs or Blu-Ray discs, it is time to start shopping for other editing software. Adobe has made it clear that none of their products will do that going forward.