Can you advise which export settings to use in Premier Elements 9, prior to importing my video to Windows Move Maker, in order to be able to export it as an mp4 suitable for Udemy (which requires Video compression format H.264 on MPEG4, Frame rate 30FPS, Data/bit rate 3000bps, 16:9, 1280x720). Premier Elements 9 doesn't offer mp4 as an export option.
For what it's worth, if you were using the current version of Premiere Elements, you could leave Windows MovieMaker out of the loop completely and just go directly from Premiere Elements at those video specs. Premiere Elements 9 is pretty ancient technology, as far as video editors are concerned. It doesn't even edit non-tape-based video well.
But that said, your options are very limited. Your best shot is selecting the option to Share a WMV file, clicking the Advanced button to create a custom output preset at 1280x720.
Thanks for replying. I think I found a way to do it without needing to involve WMM.
I selected "Mobile phones and players" instead of "Computer" under the Share tab, then went into Advanced settings and changed Profile to high, Level to 4 and Frame rate to 30.