Given that you have an AVCHD project, what are you burning it to with Premiere Elements 12
DVD-VIDEO on DVD disc
AVCHD format on DVD disc
Blu-ray disc format on Blu-ray disc
Generalizing, you burn one disc at a time after you decide what you want on each disc.
There is no way to stop a burn to and insert the another disc for continuing the burn to on to a second, third, or more disc.
Could explain further if I have misinterpreted what you want to do.
One alternate explanation may be that you are going to burn your Timeline to a disc and you want to know how to make multiple copies of that one disc??? If that is the case, there is an option in the burn dialog for multiple copies. But, I prefer to use the exact copy feature of the burn software that came with the DVD Blu-ray burner.
Looking forward to your follow up.
Thx. I'm burning AVCHD format to DVD disc. I'm familiar with programs that auto stop a burn and prompt for another disc. It's hard to judge even using the timeline, the capacity of the DVD vs the project. These projects are family vacation videos which run random lengths.
Thanks for your help
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Thanks for the reply.
Out of curiosity, which programs have you found include auto stop a burn and prompt for another disc?
Have you explored the use of the double layer single sided DVD disc for your AVCHD burn to DVD? That disc capacity is listed as 8.5 GB/240 min with that 8.5 GB in reality being 7.95 GB. But, finding a player for AVCHD on DVD 4.7 GB/120 min is hard enough...not sure if matters in this regard are made worse by AVCHD on the double layer single sided DVD?
Canon sw on their DW-100 AVCHD burner. My camcorder has 40gig capacity. When I burn direct from the camcorder to DVD I get the prompts. I've burned 5-6 discs in order to get all video footage off the camcorder.
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Thanks for that additional information. Very interesting.
I see no way that Premiere Elements (any version) can do that for you.