To be clear... you have created something with Photoshop Elements 8 but it will not allow you to burn to disc?
Just what is it that you created?
As for Photoshop Elements 8 "talking" directly to Premiere Elements 4 - I have no clue
But, Photoshop Elements 8 "should" be able to burn to disc... so there must be "something" about what you have created
I do not believe that you can.
However, you can Export/Share (or whatever the syntax might be in PSE) and then Import that file into PrE 4.0, where you would do any desired navigation (Menus, etc.), and then Burn to Folder, or Burn to Disk.
Not sure what formats are available from PSE, but to directly Send to PrE, you will need the same versions of the two programs, and that will save you having to do any intermediate Export/Share, then Import with PrE.
I am not sure that PSE has any authoring capabilities. I believe that those will only be available from Premiere Elements. PSE offers two methods to get a SlideShow into PrE - the Export/Share, then Import into PrE method, resulting in an intermediate file, or by using Send to PrE, sort of like Adobe Dynamic Link between PrPro and Encore, which will then allow one to link to a PrE Project, where one would do any additional editing, and then the authoring to DVD/BD.
Now, I do not use PSE, so might well be missing something very important here.
thanks to all. Export/import is the solution.
If you have saved the project as H.264 or mpeg-2, avi , just import into Elements 4. Then you have the option as you know to burn to DVD, no problem, or Blu-Ray as either H.264 or mpeg-2, we have just completed 5 Blu-rays from an m2t file Saved from an Export to Tape and Exported as a Movie from Premiere Pro as 1920 x 1080. A very good result.
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Thanks. It's seems to be the only way. I do have the matching version of PE .. ver 8, but it so shuts down my tv tuner and other video issues that I deleted it and reinstalled the older ver 4 of PE. Glad to know this somewhat convolted approach works.