I do not recall reading of such a Bug, but perhaps there have not been enough folk doing AVCHD onto DVD, to see this problem.
If you could post a screen-cap of your Timeline, so that we can see all Markers, and also the Menu Set visible, maybe someone can see where things are off.
Thanks Bill. Here's timeline (its a tad different from my original report as I've tweaked the video a bit)
Total length 26:11
5 scene markers at (approximate) at 00:40, 03:20. 04:49, 21:00, and 22:08
Movie menu was “News Reel”, from “Movie Genre” collection
(Also tried “Extreme”. From Sports collection with similar result.)
i used a 3.24 MB photo as background with the movie menu along with the (default) looping music.
Here's screen capture of Share window. Note
PSE reported that 3.53 GB required to burn as AVCHD (on my 4.7 GB single sided DVD disc)
BTW the movie menus in the burned disc, when played on my HD television, seemed to be fuzzier than expected, and probably in standard definition. i seemed to recall in PRE 10 that the movie menus came in both HD and HD versions. However with PRE 11, there doesn't seem to be a choice. And, since they are now downloaded on demand, I assumed they would download the right version, based on project presets. Perhaps my problem is use of a SD movie menu with a HD video?
I understand that there is file structure overhead etc, for DVD so that full 4.7 GB isn’t available and that 4.38 GB is a better rule of thumb. Nevertheless, PSE thought it could fit my AVCHD video onto the DVD so I suspect that it’s not correctly calculating space requirements.
Note that PSE calculated 3.53 GB to video with menus, and 3.49 GB without menus, and that AVCHD without menus worked, so I’m suspecting that my menus took more space than estimated.
And another surpise (to me) was that my source files -- the four AVCHD files that comprise the segments of my video – are almost 5 GB!
Segment 1 915,111 KB
Segment 2 1,679,860 KB
Segment 3 1,386,371 KB
Segment 4 977,964 KB
Total 4,959,306 KB
So, even though I did not check the “Fit contents to available space” box, PSE must perform some additional compression when burning the AVCHD format DVD.