Why Am I not getting any answer to my question?
Have you updated 13 to 13.1 yet using an opened project's Help Menu/Updates? If not please do that.
There is no guarantee that any blu-ray burner will work with Premiere Elements (any version) whether or not a blu-ray burner has been tested by Adobe for a given version. Many of the "no burner recognized" or "media not present" issues related to Premiere Elements burn to disc Blu-ray go unresolved or the user finds by luck an alternative burner for sale that works for him or her.
Playback of the blu-ray end product and video card/graphics card are also important to think about.
You might want to explore brand name burners, their reviews, sale price. And, make sure you can get your money back if you find the burner does not work for you and your Premiere Elements version. In that regard, an external burner might be an advantage for ease of removal from the computer if the blu-ray burner does not work. Just make sure of how many USB or other computer ports the external burner will need.
Also, this is not Adobe. Rather user to user forum. So, although your fellow users try to answer as soon as possible, the replies are not instantaneous. We are visitors here like yourself. Please do not duplicate thread since that tends to be confusing to you looking for answers and those trying to reply.
Any questions or need clarification, please ask.
This is a user to user forum, not Adobe support... so you will have to wait for another user to answer
If no other user has an answer, you may not receive an answer
Set your Premiere Elements DVD output to a folder on your hard drive and then use the FREE Imgburn to burn the folder to disc for DVD... Premiere Elements 13 WILL write a DVD or BluRay to an ISO (send the author a PayPal donation if you like his program)
Read http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1322583 for notes on installing Imgburn WITHOUT any toolbar add-ons... Set Imgburn to use the slowest burn speed your drive and media will use... I set my burn speed to 1x and let Imgburn adjust to the actual minimum
Also... duplicate message deleted so answers don't become confused
I did not see John's reply until I had posted mine (post 2)....I was replying in your original thread when someone (probably John) closed down the original which sent me to this duplicate to post my message found in this thread (post 2).
The workarounds that John mentions take the burner out of the equation to give an .iso file or VIDEO-TS Folder or BDMV Folder. But sooner or later, those formats will need to get to disc with a burner. The workarounds take for granted that 3rd party burn software will work with the burner. Probably will, the odds are in your favor doing this. But, do not take anything for granted. Assure a money back backup for your burner purchase, just in case.