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I am understanding
1. You have Premiere Elements 11
2. You want to burn your Premiere Elements 11 Timeline content to AVCHD format on DVD disc.
To do that you would use Publish+Share/Disc/AVCHD disc
From what you wrote you seem to be saying that you produce the AVCHD DVD, but you cannot play it back with your player.
Is that the problem? If so, what is the player? If it is a regular DVD player, regular DVD players do not play AVCHD format on DVD disc.
For that, you need a Blu-ray player or one of those multi format players.
Could you please explain more about your problem if it does not involve the above.
1. My problem
I produce the AVCHD DVD by Premiere Elements 11,and I can play it back with the Blu-Ray
player. Therefore I can see the contents of the DVD.
However,during play it back, the pointer(or time) of the progress indicator(curren time
indicator)dose not move(show) on the monitor/TV screen.
2. My conditions
Product name: dynabook REGZA PC D833/T9JW
OS: Microsoft Windows 8.1 6.3.9600
CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3630QM CPU @ 2.40GHz
Physical memory: 8192MB RAM
HDDR : 2,980,154,695,680bites 2.710 [TB]
VIdeo : Intel(R) HD Graphics 4000 ver.10.18.10.3345
2)I have Premiere Elements 11, which is attached to the PC.
3)I have a Blu-Ray player
All suggestions are appreciated.
Thank you for the reply with additional information.
Is the stopped Timeline Indicator a problem if you start a new project?
Is the Timeline Indicator stopped related to a particular video format that you have imported? Do you see this problem even if you
just use jpg photos?
Is the video card/graphics card driver version up to date according to the web site of the manufacturer of the card?
Let us explore the above and then decide what next.