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I cannot believe there is not a simple answer or tutorial on this. So here we go I finally think I figured out how to burn a dvd after I created the chapters etc., but it is taking like 1 1/2 hours so far and it is %25 done. Would it be easier to save the DVD to ISO file and then burn from the ISO file? I read that is should only take 15 minutes to burn a DVD from the ISO file. Forum please help since I have no options for live chat or tech support with my level of customer with Adobe.

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A lot depends on a lot. How long is your movie? What video format and resolution is your movie made out of? What operating system are you using? How fast is your processor?

On a fast computer (i7), it takes about the running time of your movie to transcode a movie to DVD. Give or take. Could take 50% longer. Lots of factors to consider.

The progress bar will indicate when it's actually burning your disc. That's only the last phase of DVD production so, if your stalling at 25%, you're still in the transcoding phase, and burning an ISO instead won't speed that up.

That said, how long it takes to burn a DVD from your ISO depends also on things like how long your movie is and how fast your burner burns. A 40 minute movie takes me less than 10 minutes to burn an ISO to a DVD.

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Making a DVD in premiere elements 14

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I cannot believe there is not a simple answer or tutorial on this. So here we go I finally think I figured out how to burn a dvd after I created the chapters etc., but it is taking like 1 1/2 hours so far and it is %25 done. Would it be easier to save the DVD to ISO file and then burn from the ISO file? I read that is should only take 15 minutes to burn a DVD from the ISO file. Forum please help since I have no options for live chat or tech support with my level of customer with Adobe.

Bill

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Correct answer by Steve Grisetti | Adobe Community Professional

A lot depends on a lot. How long is your movie? What video format and resolution is your movie made out of? What operating system are you using? How fast is your processor?

On a fast computer (i7), it takes about the running time of your movie to transcode a movie to DVD. Give or take. Could take 50% longer. Lots of factors to consider.

The progress bar will indicate when it's actually burning your disc. That's only the last phase of DVD production so, if your stalling at 25%, you're still in the transcoding phase, and burning an ISO instead won't speed that up.

That said, how long it takes to burn a DVD from your ISO depends also on things like how long your movie is and how fast your burner burns. A 40 minute movie takes me less than 10 minutes to burn an ISO to a DVD.

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A lot depends on a lot. How long is your movie? What video format and resolution is your movie made out of? What operating system are you using? How fast is your processor?

On a fast computer (i7), it takes about the running time of your movie to transcode a movie to DVD. Give or take. Could take 50% longer. Lots of factors to consider.

The progress bar will indicate when it's actually burning your disc. That's only the last phase of DVD production so, if your stalling at 25%, you're still in the transcoding phase, and burning an ISO instead won't speed that up.

That said, how long it takes to burn a DVD from your ISO depends also on things like how long your movie is and how fast your burner burns. A 40 minute movie takes me less than 10 minutes to burn an ISO to a DVD.

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Thanks this was a big help, and my computer does meet most of the requirements you said including i7...and I been burning from the ISO file in bout 20 minutes now...thanks...

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