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  1. Hi, I'm new here and this is my first post. I have an OWC Mercury Pro drive and Toast 15. I'm able to burn both a Sony Blu-ray Disc and a Verbatim DVD. I can play my DVD on my Mercury Pro but can't play either that or the Blu-ray Disc on my Samsung Blu-ray player. I did check both discs and I can verify both are burned. Why can't I play either on my Samsung Blu-ray player?
  2. Burning Bluray - Ratio Issues With Disc

    Hi, I'm burning a Blu Ray disc in Toast DVD, having a few issues with the ratio on the final burned disc. The source file is at 2:35 and Toast DVD keeps stretching it out to 16:9. I've tried encoding H264 files and MPEG4, but it keeps doing the same thing, re-encoding. Also there is a judder on a camera pans which is pretty annoying. Do I need to upgrade to Toast Titanium 15 or is there something that I'm not doing in Toast DVD? Thanks in advance!
  3. Perhaps this has been noted before but I did not find details so I decided to post this. I created an image file using Toast Titanium 14. Started at "Video", selected the menu style, chose the format as DVD-Video, and added two large MPEG-4 files. When the image file was done I checked it to make sure it plays. My next step was to burn discs. I made 3 copies on Memorex DVD+R DL discs. Checking those for play on the Mac I found they were fine. When I put them into my Sony Blu Ray player I discovered the player would not recognize the discs. It offers an icon with a question mark on it and the word "unknown". Just for the hell of it, I tried a DVD player and the disc ran just fine. Anyone have thoughts? Is this a software issue? A Sony issue? A disc issue? I am running a Mac with OS 10.11.6 and Toast Titanium 14. The Blu Ray machine is a Sony model number BDP-BX59 Thanks so much!
  4. Hi, I've captured and authored some footage in Final Cut Pro at 25fps. I'm in the UK and 25fps matches up to the PAL standard. Anyway, after editing everything, I'm now ready to burn this to a blu ray to try and preserve as much quality of the footage as possible. I exported a master file (.mov) from Final Cut Pro and loaded this in to Toast Pro 14, and set it off burning. I then tested the Blu Ray disc in my PS4 and there appears to be an issue relating to the frame rate. It seems like the footage has been slightly sped up, so I can assume that Toast has re-encoded the .mov file and increased the frame rate. I have tried to set the custom encoding options and set 're-encode' to 'never', however it just re-encodes the file anyway. Can anyone advise a way that I can keep my footage at 25fps and burn on to a blu ray disc? Thanks
  5. I'm going to buy a Pioneer BDR-XD05 for burning bdxl 100gb and 128gb optical disks. Sort of a supplemental backup method to my current backup scheme of using sata hard drives. I don't really watch movies or do activities that NXT4 is aimed for, but I use the older RecordNow and Roxio emails a lot of NXT promos to me. From the NXT pr pages, it seems 50gb is the limit for burning. Is that really it? No bdxl 100gb + ?. I'll probably test 250gb media when it arrives as well. There are a couple of software programs that do bdxl burns, but just checking here first so that I can stay with Roxio products if possible. I'm on Windows 10 Pro as well as Win 7 Pro. No win8, Thanks!
  6. I don't know if anybody else is experiencing this, but since Aug 22 when Apple released OS X 10.10.5, Toast 14 will not burn blu ray or HD disks. The burned disks freeze, jiggle, and are unwatchable. I have been dealing with tech support for two days and they cannot fix the issue. They said to wait for an update. Nice. I use the program to create blu-ray DVDs for my work, and now I am out of business. If you have Toast of any version, and OS X, do not update to 10.10.5 or you will regret it.
  7. I have Roxio NXT Pro 2 software with the Blu-Ray rendering add on. I have burned many discs and have the same problem with each. If I have a main menu that its only purpose it to go to sub menus to play video. Once a segment(chapter/section) is done it returns to the Main menu not the sub menu to play additional Chapters. Example: The main menu has 3 buttons to process sub menus. Main menu goes to sub menu 1 which is for a volleyball match. This Sub menu 1 contains 3 buttons that play each set of that match. Once a button is selected it plays the set selected just fine. When done though it does not go back to the sub menu to play the other 2 sets, it goes all the way back to the Main Menu making you select the sub menu again to play another set. Can Anyone tell me if they have found this to be the case, or have a solution? It's more a nuisance/pain than a real problem. I just thought that once a video was done it would stay on the menu that it started from and not return to the Main Menu forcing you to "travel" again. Thanks for any information that can be supplied. ...Mark
  8. Help With Blu Ray Burn

    Hi folks, I have a question if you can help. I want to burn a Blu-ray disc and it's currently rendering from Adobe Premiere CC on maximum settings for the best quality. The overall file size will be nearly 100GB. My question is can I burn a 100 GB file onto a Blu-ray disc that is only 25GB in size? I assume that the Blu-ray burning software I will use (Toast 12) will be able to compress footage but I don't know if 100GB is too big for it to handle? I have burned files of this size before using Adobe Encore CS5 onto standard 4.7gb discs (so a 100GB file has been compressed by Encore to fit onto a 4.7GB disc very easily even though it took ages) so I assume the same principles apply and will work on Blu Ray? If not, what are the correct but still best quality settings to render from Adobe Premiere for purposes of having a blu ray disc? I don't have subscription to adobe encore now, hence me needing Toast... Thanks in advance Conor
  9. Hi, I use iMovie '13 (latest), Yosemite and Toast '11 I used to burn HD-DVD with Toast 11 from iMovie output (1080p25, played perfect on Harman Kardon Blu Ray player. I want to burn Blu Ray (have Asus BD burner now). The output from iMovie is 1080p25, MP4 Questions: 1. Can I burn a Blu Ray with Toast 11 using this iMovie output; I read somewhere that 1080p25 is not a valid Blu Ray format, and I do not want to end up spending hours of rendering and throwing away BD-discs 2. what Toast settings would be advised Sincerely
  10. Upgrading Question

    I have a registered copy of Toast 5, considering an upgrade; but really all I am looking for is the ability to author BluRay DVDs. I use studio pro for standard DVDs. Any recommendations or advise? Thanks!
  11. I want to back up my Blu Ray movies and I downloaded MakeMKV and I have popcorn 4.2. I bought a pioneer burner And bought 25 blank Ridata blu Ray discs. Can I make a 1;1 copy of my blu Ray movies with these softwares. i use a Mac. I know toast 12 might work but at over 100 dollars, is a little steep. Is a option -to upgrade to toast 11 and be able to burn blu Rays in a more affordable manner. What are my options?
  12. I am trying to burn a Blu Ray disc from the Copy button in Toast 11 using an .iso disc image. When I do so and click Copy, a message comes up telling me that only 19.6MB are available on this disc. This is a blank 25G Blu Ray disc, and I've tried this with several blank discs. Attached is a screenshot. You can see at the lower left of the screen that it looks like I'm maxing out the available space, but the .iso is only 4.98 GB. I have BD-R selected in the lower right. Shouldn't this allow for 25GB of space?
  13. Feeling Very Cheated By Toast 11

    I've used Toast for a long time, overall I've been happy with the program. But I just upgraded to a Blu Ray burner and my old version doesn't support it. So I came here, looked at the Toast 11 page for a while, it says all over the site that it burns Blu Rays. So I go ahead and upgrade. I install it, go to burn my 1st Blu Ray and I'm instantly asked to buy a Blu Ray plug-in for another $20. That's not mentioned anywhere I can see... but I see plenty of places that it says it'll burn Blu Rays. I'm guessing that their vague wording actually means it'll burn data Blu Rays and not playable movie Blu Rays... but I'm not seeing any astricks next to where it says burns Blu Rays. I'm extremely displeased! You have to make that very clear to the buyer that you'll have to shell out another $20 to get the full benefits, that are very implied on your website, in the original purchase. I can't possibly be the first person to run into this problem.
  14. My camera is a Canon Vixia HF M50. The instruction book says it will burn Blu-Ray disks directly from the camera, no computer required. The Canon burner I found in a search burns high density DVD disks that play in a blu ray machine but will not actually burn Blu-Ray disks. What Blu-Ray burner will work with video camera usb cable?
  15. Blu Ray Plug-In Installation

    I just purchased and downloaded the Blu Ray plug-in for Toast 11, but I can't figure out how to install it. When I click on the downloaded file (.exe), it opens a DOS text file that's a bunch of garble. There's no option to install the plug-in anywhere. I'm in the process of upgrading my Toast 11.0.5 to Toast 11.1, and I hope that will magically recognize the plug-in. But, if not ... does anyone have suggestions about how to install the BD plug-in? I'm on a Mac, of course. Thanks.
  16. Blu Ray Burning On Toast 8

    I have been using Toast 8 for Mac and just acquired a blu ray burner. What is necessary for Blu Ray video burning compatibility? Thanks, Kenneth Davis
  17. I've just completed a huge project in iDVD with the intent of burning same to Blu-Ray disks. Bought the burner. Bought the Toast BR Plugin. Tried to burn the project direct ... it failed. Tried to figure out how to get the encoded project "burnt" to a Disk Image and it failed ... iDVD doesn't support Blu Ray ... Is there anyway to work around this iDVD limitation so that I can use Toast to burn the Blu Ray disks WITHOUT using the Toast DVD creation (in short, I'm trying to preserve the "front end" of the video that iDVD is so good at and use the Blu Ray function that Toast offers). Thanks for your assistance .... Bill Arnold tucsonbil@cox.net
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