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Inability of Premiere Elements 2019 to burn BluRay disks

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Sep 26, 2019

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After upgrading to Premiere Elements 2019 and creating a video and trying to burn a Blu-Ray disk and searching for why I can not burn a BluRay I read:  "With each new release of Adobe Premiere Elements, Adobe reviews industry standards, market trends, and user feedback to define the new feature set. In Premiere Elements 2018, support for Blu-ray and AVCHD disc burning has been removed. "

 

Why?  Why eliminate a very useful function of the program?  AVCHD - Ok, I have never used that, but Blu-Ray?  You should be adding BluRay 4k.  Very disappointed.  Who would even think that this function would be removed?

 

This was never identified in any of the ads for the program.

 

Very disappointed.  Will not recommend this program any more.

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Correct answer by Peru Bob | Adobe Community Professional

I think it had something to do with licensing.

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Inability of Premiere Elements 2019 to burn BluRay disks

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Sep 26, 2019

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After upgrading to Premiere Elements 2019 and creating a video and trying to burn a Blu-Ray disk and searching for why I can not burn a BluRay I read:  "With each new release of Adobe Premiere Elements, Adobe reviews industry standards, market trends, and user feedback to define the new feature set. In Premiere Elements 2018, support for Blu-ray and AVCHD disc burning has been removed. "

 

Why?  Why eliminate a very useful function of the program?  AVCHD - Ok, I have never used that, but Blu-Ray?  You should be adding BluRay 4k.  Very disappointed.  Who would even think that this function would be removed?

 

This was never identified in any of the ads for the program.

 

Very disappointed.  Will not recommend this program any more.

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Correct answer by Peru Bob | Adobe Community Professional

I think it had something to do with licensing.

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I agree with you that Blu-Ray burning should not have been deleted.  That said, Adobe keeps track of what customers use through a feedback system.   Customers can turn that off, but by default it is on.   Apparantly, Blu-Ray and Blu-Ray 4K are not in high demand.

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I think it had something to do with licensing.

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It gets worse: making a dvd is now only available on Window. Support for the Mac has been dropped.

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