Sorry, I forgot to say what program I was using when I did our basketball highlight video. I did it on Premiere Elements 3.0 and the pictures, transitions and music were all great on the burned dvd, but the video clips were really shakey and jumpy. We recorded the videos on a hard drive video camera (not HD) and downloaded the clips onto the computer, but when we burned it to a dvd the video quality was bad. Help!
Other than the location of a few of the controls, all versions of PrE will display the issues, that I outlined in the other THREAD.
The format/CODEC of the original footage, and then the Export to DVD, is likely the majority of the problem.
And don't forget that, when you're working with video from a hard drive camcorder, it's very important to make sure your Premiere Elements project is
using the right project presets!That will likely eliminate most of the video stuttering you're seeing.
The first tutorial in my Basic Training with Premiere Elements discusses using the proper project settings.