Use Encore CS3.
Thanks for writing back. This may seem like a basic question, but I'm not familiar with Encore. I'm guessing that Encore works hand in hand with Premiere when creating DVD's? Or is there something else I need to know before I start to create?
Basically, this is all still new to me and I'm just looking for the most straight forward path to take when creating a DVD.
Encore is a separate program. It needs to be installed separately. One that's done, Harm is right in that reading the manual for a new program of this level is a very good idea.
If you installed from a download, so you don't have an install DVD, read the FAQ article Converting Download Trial to Registered (read subject How do I convert a trial version to a version for unrestricted use?)
General DVD Authoring Information and Tutorials (haven't looked in awhile, do note that links sometimes go away on servers)
Wikipedia and VideoGuys and VideoHelp and at Encore
DVD Demystified FAQ http://www.dvddemystified.com/dvdfaq.html
Adobe Primers in the Wiki http://ppro.wikia.com/wiki/Category:Adobe_Primers
Adobe Tutorials in the Wiki http://premierepro.wikia.com/wiki/Category:Tutorials
Digital Video Club http://www.digitalvideoclub.com/index.php
All Free and All Great !!! Wrigley Video Tutorials
Program to Identify a Blank Disc
And... you need to ask Encore questions in the Encore forum
Also, look around at Adobe's support site (not here in the forum, at adobe) and I'm pretty sure you will be able to download the complete user guide(s) as PDF