I have been using Photoshop Elements 12 to create slide shows for several years and then burning a DVD on Premier Elements 12 (Windows 7). This is the first time I have tried to create a slide show since updating to Windows 10. Everything went smoothly until the final step in actually burning the DVD. On the Premier Elements 12 DVD burning window - in STATUS line I get the message "No Burners Detected." As anybody else experienced this problem? Can anyone offer a solution to this issue? Thanks
This occasionally happens when people upgrade their operating systems. Uninstalling and reinstalling the program might work -- but probably won't. At least not until Windows or your hardware manufacturer releases a driver for your disc driver that interfaces with Windows 10 and Premiere Elements.
The easiest solution is to select the option to output your DVD as a File or an ISO image. You can then use the great free download ImgBurn to burn the file to a disc, as I show you how to do in this free tutorial on Premiere Elements support site Muvipix.com.
This process of saving your disc files to your computer and then burning those files to a disc takes no longer than burning directly to a disc.