Which version of the program are you using?
What steps are you taking to share your video, and what's happening when you do?
Is it only a DVD that Premiere Elements won't output, it or will it not output/share any video format?
performs processing but does not create folder and DVD premiere elements 13 file format avchd
Can you burn a DVD to a folder on your hard drive?
Can you create an ISO file using Publish & Share/Disc/AVCHD?
sharing disk does not work folder , ISO, avchd , and dvd
only avchd ok
Have you ensured you have the latest version of the program (13.1)?
Also, I'm not sure I'm understanding what you're saying. Are you saying that you are able to output a movie using Publish & Share/Computer/AVCHD but you can't output a disc, ISO or folder file?
Please give us as much detail as possible. These short answers aren't giving me much to work with.
I have been following your thread and thought that I would contribute some information that has been reported here for situation such as you report.
What is your situation....
1. You go through Publish+Share/Disc/DVD or whatever, get a message of success, but you cannot find anything on the disc, you cannot find the .iso image, or you cannot find the Folder from the burn to folder?
2. You go through Publish+Share/Disc/DVD or whatever, and you get a definite error message which stops you from getting an end product.
3. You go through Publish+Share/Disc/DVD or whatever, and you get a message that the burn to disc has failed and the program will provide you with a .iso which you cannot find?
One of the first things to do is to go to Edit Menu/Preferences/General and either remove or place a check mark next to the preference for Intel HD Graphics 2000 or Higher. Then do your burn to with and without that Intel HD Graphics 2000 and Higher preference disabled.
There are problems with .iso files (over 1 GB) produced by Premiere Elements 13/13.1. So, for now with the troubleshooting, I would suggest that you keep .iso image tries out of the troubleshooting. Stay with the burn to disc and burn to folder.
The answers are in the details. We are hoping that the details and results that you post in your next reply will help us to help you.