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    Default Burning from a folder

    I am using premier Elements 3 and one of the DVD creation options is to 'burn' to a folder. I have done this once but didn't not know then how to import the folder back into PE so that I could burn the discs without going through the compression phase again.

    So the question to all you wordly wise editors is having once burnt to a folder how do yoiu then use it to burn discs at a later date. Can I use PE or do I have to use another application?

    Brian

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    ok so I don't do it from Premier Elements but I always use the build a DVD folder options from Encore for my work. This gives me a folder with a VIDEO_TS direcetpry in it containing the entire DVD image.

    All I then do is use some disk burning s/w (I use Nero) to burn as many copies as I want.

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    Thanks for the advice Alan.

    Tried it using Goya and works a treat.

    Brian

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