I’m not sure how much func

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I’m not sure how much functionality Adobe stripped out of the Pro version of Premiere for their elements version, but I would imagine you can still capture video through it. This is probably the best way to get your footage, as Premiere will natively capture your videos as .avi files, which are better looking, easier to edit, and as much as Microsoft hates to say it, more universal (though not as universal as the .mov format, but that’s another topic for another day).

Once you capture it, You can edit it in premiere, and render the movie in a format suitable for transfer onto DVD. DVD’s are actually an encoded version of the MPEG-2 codec, and so ultimately your computer will need to convert it to that.

What software do you have for DVD creation?

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