I would avoid the detours and take your Timeline with or without menus to
with the burn preset that is consistent with your project settings...
So, if you have a 4:3 project, then NTSC_Dolby DVD, and, if you have a 16:9 project, then NTSC_Widescreen_Dolby DVD. Same if PAL setup.
The only time I burn to folder to get the VIDEO_TS Folder to burn to DVD in ImgBurn is when Premiere Elements does not recognize the burner or the disc.
Just in case mention...when you export your Timeline to file saved to the computer hard, you cannot create a file with menus saved to the computer hard
drive. You could take the file into another project, do the menus, and then the burn to disc. Too many steps for me unless I am forced into that workaround because of burn to
Any questions or need clarification, please do not hesitate to ask.