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    Default burning from Premiere pro

    Ive been having this problem. when I tried to burn a 10 min video to dvd it has been giving me an error message. out of memory or not enough memory. I dont know why it is happening but I wonder what will happen when I try to burn a 60 min dvd or longer. I have 1 gb of memory . Is this just a problem with premiere pro? is it better to burn from after effects or encore?

    any help would be great

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    It would definitely be better to burn in encore, this would also give you the option of adding menus.

    There are 2 ways to go:

    Either import the DV file from ppro and let encore do the encoding and burning or encode to DVD mpeg2 using adobe media encoder and import this to encore ready to burn.

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