Thanks, Bill. I appreciate the response but unfortunately it did
not correct the problem. I uninstalled Roxio, but Windows 7 seems to have a built-
in burn-to-disk feature that I cannot disable. Any other thoughts?
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What you've likely got is a 64-bit driver for your DVD burner (because of your operating system) and a 32-bit program that can't interface with it.
The best solution is to use Share/To Disc/DVD but select the option to Burn to Folder.
Then use Roxio or Windows to burn the VIDEO_TS folder that's created to a DVD disc.
That solution worked, at least partially. I burned the video to a folder and used IMGBurn to make the DVD. It worked well except that the specialized font I chose for the root menu got lost.
I appreciate your response. Now I'm left wondering why I spent a good amount of money on the revered Adobe product when it is incompatible with my 64 bit machine...
Between you and me, PrE is a very good NLE, but when it comes to authoring, is highly deficient. It does some general authoring OK, but is designed for the weekend editor. I prefer a full-featured authoring program, like my Adobe Encore, however it is ONLY availabel with PrPro, which I have. Others like Sony's DVD Architect Pro, but I've never used it, since I have Encore.
For me, all of the programs are but tools to an end. I use PrE, or PrPro to edit, and then go to Encore for my authoring. I would no more use PrPro (up to version 2.0), or Pr for my authoring, than would I use Word for my page layout program. Same with Adobe AfterEffects. I use it for effects and animations, but would never use it to edit my video.
Along the way, I might also use CyberLink, Magix and several other programs. Both PrE and PrPro do nicely with Audio, but I would not trade my Adobe Auditon for anything. Just tools to be used for an end.
Good advice and info. Once again, I appreciate your expertise and willingness to share it with beginners like me. Thanks...