There are many possible causes for burn disc fails -- even more with the 64-bit version of Windows 7.
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So, I went to the page you posted and worked through the 'burn a DVD problem'.
I was able to create a pure AVI project, and burn it to a folder and then burn it to a disc. This disc would not play on a DVD player, which is what I am aiming for.
I also defragmented the hard drive.
So, I thought I'd try the original burn again: Share to DVD. It did not work again.
So, I am thinking that the photos are definately too large, however it did make the AVI project, so does this eliminate the possibility that the photos are too big?
Strange though, because the very 1st time I burned this project, it did do it!! But not since!
What do you think?
I read the article referred to: Large still images into PE - one workflow.
I have photoshop elements 9. I cannot find an area where we can have a set of actions for Video. Under File there is no option for Automate >Batch.
In Photoshop Elements, you want to go to Process Multiple Files, under the File menu, per my books and my FAQs to the right of this forum.
Beyond that, you'll need to follow all of the troubleshooting steps and report on your results in more detail if you need additional help.