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    Video Dvd Creation

    I want to be able to take several mp4 or mov files and create a Video DVD with a custom menu background and custom buttons, and then preview the DVD without burning it. I can't see a wait to do this in Toast 15. Is it possible? Seems like it should be.
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    Edit Menu Buttons In Dvd-Video?

    Is it a bad sign when your response from Toast tech support starts with "what version of Windows are you on?". I'm not kidding.
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    Edit Menu Buttons In Dvd-Video?

    It seems that Toast's upgrades are not really much of anything. I generally buy them and wonder why I did. I was hoping that Toast 15 would allow more flexibility with placement of menus, but it's no different previous versions. I wish there was a Nero Video for Mac. It's much more comprehensive.
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    Edit Menu Buttons In Dvd-Video?

    In DVD-Video, I don't see a way to edit buttons on the menu page. For example, the title of each button has the date and time by default. I don't want that, and I would like to be able to move the buttons freely. Is there a way to do that in Toast 15?
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    Pro Res Mov Files Not Supported In Toast 15 Pro?

    I got it to work in DVD-Video but not in MyDVD. My problem in DVD-Video is I don't see a way to edit buttons on the menu page. For example, the title of each button has the date and time. I don't want that, and I would like to be able to move the buttons freely. Is there a way to do that in Toast 15?
  6. I just upgraded from Toast 14 to Toast 15 Pro because I wanted to ability to customize menu buttons, etc. when created a DVD. But when I tried adding a Pro Res .mov file I got a prompt saying 'file type not supported'. 14 accepts Pro Res. 15 doesn't. Please help.
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    Missing Udf

    I sent a DVD I made in Toast 14 to a replicator and they said is was missing the UDF. What does that mean and how can I correct the problem? They also said it failed testing because of a "video title set order problem". I simply created a DVD-Video from four mpeg-4 files. The DVD plays perfectly on my DVD player. Any idea what might be happening that it fails testing?
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