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Burning A Project To DVD

Burning A Project To DVD


After completing my project, I exported the timeline to 'movie', and put it in my documents.  I can open it there with Nero Show Time and it plays back great.  I want to burn it onto DVD in order to playback on TV, but no Nero burning programs will open it.

How do I copy or export it to be able to burn a copy?

Thank you.


RE: Burning A Project To DVD

It all depends on which version of Premiere you have.

RE: Burning A Project To DVD

Better to open a new blank project and add the new 'movie' you just made as a single big item. You can then add DVD markers and scene titles
Then burn the project from Premiere.
Better still, burn to a folder from Premiere and use Nero to add the contents of this folder to the DVD VideoTS folder (not the folder itself).

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