If you have a version of Premiere Elements earlier than 13/13.1, you can take your Timeline to webDVD (which is essentially a flash file with menus).
The feature is accessed in the export section of the program after you have created the menu and can be saved to the computer hard with its essentials in a folder. The webDVD with menus can be played back using the browser (such as Firefox or Internet Explorer).
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hi ATR I have Premiere Elements 13.1
Thanks for the follow up.
Adobe removed several features from Premiere Elements 13. The webDVD was one of them.
I do not know if Premiere CC and a version of Encore has the webDVD feature. But, if you really
need the feature, it might be less expensive to find an version of Premiere Elements earlier than 13 to
do the task.
is not really a problem. I'm just separate movies together in the same file. If I make the connection with the TV, I have the choice what piece I want to see.
I purchased version 13.1 and don't like to spend money for an old version for the few times that I need it.
In any case, thanks for the advice and the search