Are you sure that dual-layer BluRay was not supported in version 7? As far as I know, dual-layer support was available in both versions of the program -- assuming you have a dual-layer burner and disc, of course.
Sorry, I couldn't find the post you were referring to on Muvipix.
I never tried it, but from what I have read Premiere Elements 7 should support BluRay disc 50 GB DL.
A lot of things get written in stone prematurely. I will check around to see what else I can find.
Have you actually tried the BluRay 50 GB DL in Premiere Elements 7 and found it not to work for you?
In the article that you remembered seeing, did it say anything about computer resources? A project requiring BluRay 50 GB DL disc would seem huge to me. Did the poster distinguish between burning problems related to disc type vs burning problems related to computer resources?
Nothing is cast in stone here, I picked up the BD-R DL 50 gig info from a one-liner that was posted over at Muvipix.
Here's the link to the thread.
If you look at the original first post, the first paragraph, 2nd line, he states: "When I discovered, that Premiere Elements 7 isn't able to burn BD-R DL (50 GB), I separated my project into two parts."
So I'm not sure if it's true or not, but nobody over at Muvipix questioned that statement (and there are some pretty bright folks that support that Forum).
I was just curious if someone could confirm the PE7 BD-R DL thing, and if true, does it also apply to PE8.
I don't have a blank Bluray RW-DL, and I don't want to spend $30+ bucks to find out (the pricing on these things is ridiculus, especially the BD-RW DL).
I'm strickly SD right now, but thinking of moving to HD and BD-R, I figure it's almost time for me to join the HD party.
(Why should they be having all the fun)...lol...
Premiere elemetns does not support dual layer Blu-ray.
Thanks for the link, Kodebuster.
I'm going to post over at Muvipix and see if I can get a confirmation for you. I'm almost sure you can burn dual-layer in version 8 and possibly version 7 if you have the proper hardware and media. But let's see if we can get a confirmation to this thread: