Use Windows Explorer (are you Windows?) to examine the folder structure of a commercial DVD, and make sure you have the same structure on the DVD you created
What software did you use for the burn process, with exactly what parameters, and what brand of blank disc are you using?
I am using windows 7. A commercial DVD shows file system as UDF as does my created one.
I used the premier elements software to burn to folder and windows software to create DVD.
I am using a Phillips DVD+RW 4.7gb disc.
In your VIDEO_TS folder, you should have the full structure for a DVD-Video, including the IFO, BUP and VOB's. That folder is what the DVD set-top player should see, and should launch properly, displaying either a Main Menu, or if you did an AutoPlay DVD-Video, the Video file should play.
Now, I am not 100% sure that I follow your workflow. Did you choose Burn to Folder from PrE?
Did you add any Menu Set, or create an AutoPlay DVD?
Exactly what Windows software did you use to burn the VIDEO_TS folder to disc?
For general playability issues, this ARTICLE might be useful.
What software you are using to burn the dvd folder to disc?
You should use a software which supports burn dvd folder to disc.
Adobe Encore supports burn DVD folder to disc.
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Pankaj... You are in the Premiere Elements forum, which is an all in one product that is MUCH lower cost than the Premiere Pro + Encore bundle
Someone who has Premiere Elements is not likely to have Encore
Now... to the OP (Original Poster)
Create a folder on your hard drive with Premiere Elements and then use the FREE http://www.imgburn.com/index.php?act=download to write that folder to disc (send the author a PayPal donation if you like his program)
Imgburn will read the ACTUAL disc brand from the disc, which is not always the same as the box label (Memorex is notorious for buying "anything" and putting it inside a Memorex box)
When you write to disc with Imgburn, use the slowest possible speed setting, so your burner has the best chance to create "good, well formed" laser burn holes... since no DVD player is required to read a burned disc, having a "good" one from a high quality blank will help
Use Taiyo Yuden single layer or Verbatim Two layer
Or Falcon Pro for inkjet printable Two layer