What did you created
a. DVD-VIDEO on DVD disc
b. AVCHD format on DVD disc
The AVCHD format on DVD disc cannot be played back on a regular DVD Player. It needs a Blu-ray player with AVCHD DVD support or one of those multi media players with AVCHD DVD support. Does your particular computer player support AVCHD DVD according to the manufacturer's specifications?
Please supply the above information and then we can decide what next if necessary.
A DVD video onto a DVD disc (Verbatim)
Thanks for the reply.
I suspect that the issue is in the TV's DVD player. Do you have the opportunity to play the disc in other TV DVD player setups?
There is a remote possibility that your player may require the presence of a folder named AUDIO_TS along with the VIDEO_TS Folder
for compatibility purposes. This is not usually the case, but might be.
To do that, you would have to use the Premiere Elements burn to folder for your Timeline to give you the VIDEO_TS Folder in the saved folder.
To get the AUDIO_TS Folder, you create a new empty folder on the computer desktop and name that folder AUDIO_TS.
Then you take the VIDEO_TS Folder and the AUDIO_TS Folder in the ImgBurn program to produce the DVD-VIDEO on DVD disc.
But, to save detours in the troubleshooting, please determine if your TV DVD player issue exists in more than just one TV DVD player setup.
Further details will be supplied as needed.
Thanks for your reply. I will explore your suggestions to solve this.
Thank you for trying to help me with this. However I am very hesitant to do
anything complicated, as I am not a youngster & did not grow up with
From what I learnt on the internet, Windows DVD maker is not available for
installation on Windows 8.1. Fortunately, I have overcome the problem
another way by connecting my external hard drive (where the video was
stored) to my old laptop, & using the Windows DVD Maker there. Obviously
it is not ideal, but suits me at present.
Let's hope things change in future!
On Fri, Feb 27, 2015 at 4:15 PM, A.T. Romano <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Thanks for the update.
Great job in finding a workaround with which you felt comfortable.
But if you decide to revisit a Premiere Elements project to obtain your video goals, please do not hesitate to let me know.
At that time, I can go into step by step with screenshots posted as well.