# Org-mode not exporting frames correctly using beamer

I'm writing a presentation using Org-mode and beamer. The problem is that all the frames are putted into a single one. I have the following code:

#+TITLE: \textbf{example}
#+AUTHOR: \large{sdjfioa}
#+DATE:
#+LaTeX_CLASS: beamer
#+LaTeX_CLASS_OPTIONS: [presentation,smaller]
#+OPTIONS: H:2 toc:nil title:nil
* This is the first structural section

** This should be a frame
but it is not

** This should be another frame
fajsiodjfoiasjdfoii


the exported .tex file contains the following:

\begin{document}

\maketitle
\section{This is the first structural section}
\label{sec:org7d325e6}

\subsection{This should be a frame}
\label{sec:org5055c4a}
but it is not

\subsection{This should be another frame}
fajsiodjfoiasjdfoii
\end{document}


And the pdf is like this

The commands to export a beamer document to a {buffer, file, PDF file, PDF file and Open} are different from the normal LaTeX export commands:

• C-c C-e l B exports to a LaTeX beamer buffer.
• C-c C-e l b exports to a LaTeX beamer file.
• C-c C-e l P exports to a PDF file.
• C-c C-e l O exports to a PDF file and opens the file.

N.B. That's a CAPITAL P for exporting to PDF and a CAPITAL O for exporting to PDF and opening the file. Make sure that you use the correct command.

• Yes I use those commands to export, specifically the last two. – Gerico0889 Mar 9 at 13:51
• Are you sure, you are using CAPITAL P and CAPITAL O? Your tex file does not show any evidence of that. Mine e.g. says \begin{frame}[label={sec:orge8610a5}]{This should be a frame} but it is not \end{frame} – NickD Mar 9 at 13:57
• Now that i look closer, you used a capital p and o, I don't have those options when opening the export menù with C-c C-e. Running org-beamer-export-to-pdf works though. – Gerico0889 Mar 9 at 13:59
• You should not have to do this, but try (load-library 'ox-beamer) and see if the options appear in the menu. – NickD Mar 9 at 14:01
• Yes, using that command worked. Now the other options show up. Thank you! – Gerico0889 Mar 9 at 14:02