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It depends on what you're trying to accomplish.
How many videos do you want on each DVD? It's best to put all of the videos you want on a single DVD on the same timeline and then author and output your DVD from there. You can use menu and stop markers to isolate each video, if you'd like.
I would not recommend storing your video as MPEGs, if you plan to edit them again later. For best results, save your editable files as DV-AVIs or even back to your miniDV camcorder.
You can fit about 60-70 minutes of video on a DVD at full quality. If you squeeze more on, you'll start to see a reduction in quality.
If you want lots of details on using this program, you may want to check out my "Muvipix.com Guide to Premiere Elements 7", available on Amazon.com or at the Muvipix store at:
I don't have a preference as to how many vids are on 1 DVD. I just wanted to know the easiest method. Prior to PE, I used Ulead VS and used to create seperate clips, then authored them later. This would tell me how much could fit. I now have PE based on user reviews and I'm still in the learning curve.
Also, I think I posted the same question on your site. I didn't know you were a part of this forum too.