What program are you using - Photoshop Elements 14 or Premiere Elements 14, what computer operating system? Are you in the Editor of either of those programs or in the Elements Organizer 14 that comes with those programs?
Burn to in Premiere Elements Editor is to DVD disc or Blu-ray disc. Please describe where you are finding the export option that is not highlighted.
In the Elements Organizer 14, you could look at File Menu/"Copy/Move to Removable Drive"/ with Step 1 = Copy Files and Step 2 = Select Destination Drive which could be your DVD/CD burner with CD disc in the burner tray.
Are you looking for a format on a disc that you can play back on your TV's DVD player or something else? We can go into detail of how to produce a "movie" type DVD-VIDEO on DVD disc using your photos with Premiere Elements 14 Editor and other possibilities such as a JPEG CD which is a CD disc with photos. This type is playable on some DVD players.
Please consider and give more details to help us help you. We can supply screenshots if needed.
Please ask if any questions or need clarification on the above and your video goals.
I just have some pictures from a shoot I did last week and I am trying to export them to a cd or even Facebook for the client to have. It won't let me do anything. I went to the file menu then export but it won't allow me to do so. I am using adobe premiere elements 14.
I can't figure out how to minimize the photo size so that it's not so huge to transfer.
Thanks for the reply.
If all you have is Premiere Elements 14 on Windows 7, 8, 8.1, or 10 64 bit, then I would open to the Elements Organizer 14 from the Welcome Screen or from the Organizer Tab at the bottom left of the Premiere Elements 14 Editor Expert workspace.
Import your photos into the Elements Organizer 14.
In the Elements Organizer 14, see Share/PDF Slideshow. You can use higher resolution photos and send in as a PDF file attachment to an email.
File Menu/"Copy/Move to Removable Drive"/ with Step 1 = Copy Files and Step 2 = Select Destination Drive which could be your DVD/CD burner with CD disc in the burner tray.
Do you have Photoshop Elements 14 as well as Premiere Elements 14. If so, in the Photoshop Elements 14 Editor, you can resize your photos and save them...see Image Menu/Resize/Image Size.
More on this in the morning morning. Just some ideas for now.
I do not think that Premiere Elements 14 Editor is the place you want to be for what you want to do.