Please find below the answers of your queries -
(A) - For 4:3 results on DVD Disc, you can use NTSC or PAL with DV - Standard 48KHz preset
(B) - You can use the following settings to get the output 4:3 on DVD disc
Project preset: PAL DV - Standard
Import 720 x 576 photos.
Export: Disc. DVD disc. PAL_Standard.
Thank you for your reply. As I posted it February 15th I did not think someone was going to reply at this forum. I appreciate it.
So the recommendation for best PRE Project Preset for a DVD-flow with 4:3 images to 4:3 TV PAL is for PRE9, 13 and 14 is: PAL DV - Standard
Thank you Pankaj.
(C) Then before I close this discussion I still wonder if the Project Preset chosen will have and impact on the output result in any way? E.g. concerning viewing quality on the TV, etc. I know that the chosen Project Preset will have impact on the editing area and the menus.
Take for example the 16:9 for PAL! There are several to chose between in PRE, if you like me have still images in 1920 x 1080 pixels. DSLR 1080p25, AVCHD Full-HD 1080i25 ...
To understand the hard subject of Premiere Elements Project Presets. Will the chosing of DSLR 1080p25 versus AVCHD Full-HD 1080i25, have an impact on the encoded output result or not?
Thank you for your reply in advance.
DVDs are standard resolution, so Pankaj's recommendations are right on the nose.
Also, I recommend that before you add the photos to your video project, you first resize them to 1000 pixels wide, 750 pixels tall (at 72 ppi). This reduces the photos to closer to video resolution and will make for a much faster, smoother workflow all around.