There are no Export options in current versions of Premiere Elements, Lazo. All output options are listed under the Share destinations.
As for your disc burn problems, it could be a number of issues.
If you'll work through the troubleshooting steps in our FAQs (to the right of this forum) and post your results for each step in as much detail as possible, we'll be better able to diagnose your problems and offer solutions or workarounds.
Thanks for the response Steve. I can create a .flv file, I can create an .avi file and I can burn to a file. However, using Premiere, when I drop that .avi into the new timeline and try to burn it to disk, I get the same message" operating system error: number 0x000004c8- The requested operation cannot be performed on a file with a usermap". It would be good to be able to burn from Premiere Elements but I cannot seem to. However, as you suggested, I have a work around.
I've done some research and it seems usermap is connected to Windows 7 permissions and I have had a problem in PE9 accessing files and getting a permissions error. Don't know if this is a PE9 conflict or just a W7 issue. If you have any thoughts, I'd appreciate them. If I find anything further I'll post it here.
Do you have Nero or other DVD/BluRay burner software on your system?
In any event, if you can burn your DVD files to a folder, that may be the easiest and best solution. You can then use Windows or any disc burner software to burn your VIDEO_TS folder to a disc.
It takes a few more clicks of the mouse -- but it doesn't cost you any more time. And you have "master" DVD files on your hard drive, in case you need more copies of your DVD!
Hi Steve. Actually, I just tried burning to a file. Again, no go. Same "Usermap" issue.
It seems I can save as an .avi, but not a full dv file. I guess that will have to do until I can find out what gives. I am also getting "program running short of memory" warnings and crashes, yet I have a new quad with 8 gigs of Ram. Maybe it is time to uninstall PE9 and start all over again.
>have a new quad with 8 gigs of Ram
How many hard disk drivers, and where are your files located?
My 3 hard drives are configured as... (WD = Western Digital)
1 - 320G WD Win7 64bit Pro and all programs
2 - 320G WD Win7 swap file and video projects
3 - 1T WD all video files... read and write