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Export to DVD option works a treat. Choos no menu option.
Export to DVD doesn't exist in CS3; it is now Export to Encore.
Not so in CS3. That was possible in version 2, but no longer in CS3. You need to use Encore.
Sorry, Jeff beat me to it.
I've discovered a good way to bypass Encore burning out a DVD directly after it does its thing ( after encoding the video from Premiere )
I did a search and couldn't find anyone else who had mentioned this, so perhaps nobody has tried this.
What I did was, from within Premiere, export to Encore, and then
let it encode the video.
At the point where Encore finishes encoding, and then opens your DVD drive drawer, I cancelled the process instead of inserting a new blank DVD.
I discovered that now, after doing this, I can burn the finished video ( within Encore ) to a dvd image, a folder, etc !
I found this very useful, and now I can burn later on with Nero, at a slow burn speed.
Works great ! :-)