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  1. I have burned a 1hr20min iMovie file onto a DVD-R disc using Titanium 11 on this late 2009 iMac with OSX v10.11.6 (El Capitan).The resulting files on the disk are BDMV and Gertificate. Quicktime Player and Quicktime 7 will not play the file. I see a message that QT cannot read the file. Neither does a Sony Blu-Ray player. I have also burned the iMovie file onto a similar DVD-R disc successfully which plays anywhere.Even the Sony. However I would like to see the movie in full resolution on my TV and computer screen. On a Panasonic Blu-Ray player, DMR BS780 the disc plays perfectly. In conversation with the shop salesman just now he infers that home made Blu-Ray discs may contain unacceptable files. I may take the machine back for an exchange. Any suggestions?
  2. When I tried to burn a Blu-Ray disk with Toast 11, I can't find the option for blu-ray disk... I don't know what happen but does someone can tell me what is the name of the plugin file I should search in my backup files to recover this option?
  3. 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?
  4. Hi folks, I have some self-burned Blu-Ray discs of video captures, and wanted to make a copy of one of them for a friend. I used the "Copy Disc" tool in Roxio. The resultant disc did not load and play on my Blu-Ray player. With DVDs, I could always do this - the ISO image was complete, and a copy was always usable. How can this even not work? What do I need to do to make a proper copy? Rob T
  5. Crashes Every Time Burning Blu Ray

    Every time I try to burn a Blu-ray, Toast crashes and ejects the disc. It is not always the same thread, despite burning the same files with the same settings. Any help is appreciated. Thread 15 Crashed: 0 libobjc.A.dylib 0x9ef35f63 default_throw(objc_object*) + 106 1 libobjc.A.dylib 0x9ef336e6 objc_exception_throw + 273 2 com.apple.avfoundation 0x9151ff0e -[AVAssetReader startReading] + 1109 3 com.roxio.Toast.Video 0x007a1fd9 MovieType::GetVideoNextSampleBuffer() + 79 4 com.roxio.Toast.Video 0x001858d0 CQTYUVProducer::LoadNextSampleBuffer() + 52 5 com.roxio.Toast.Video 0x00185789 CQTYUVProducer::ProduceOneFrame(long long, void*) + 171 6 com.roxio.Toast.Video 0x001895f0 CQTYUVProducer::Produce() + 488 7 com.roxio.Toast.Video 0x0017e415 CQTProducer::DoWork() + 27 8 com.roxio.Toast.Video 0x001880e1 CMediaThread::Run() + 199 9 com.roxio.Toast.Video 0x001496ea LXThread::ThreadWrapper(LXThread*) + 314 10 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x9f99510b _pthread_body + 184 11 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x9f995053 _pthread_start + 243 12 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x9f99490e thread_start + 34 Thread 15 crashed with X86 Thread State (32-bit): eax: 0x00000000 ebx: 0x0cf87120 ecx: 0x5c9d6d68 edx: 0x00000000 edi: 0x9ef35f07 esi: 0x03605ee0 ebp: 0xb0d60478 esp: 0xb0d60460 ss: 0x00000023 efl: 0x00010246 eip: 0x9ef35f63 cs: 0x0000001b ds: 0x00000023 es: 0x00000023 fs: 0x00000023 gs: 0x0000000f cr2: 0x0000004c
  6. Problem Burning Blu-Ray Discs

    I recently purchased roxio toast 15 a couple of days ago with the purpose to burn blu-ray movies. I am new to this program and I am having difficulties getting it to work for me. I work making videos for weddings and I use Final Cut Pro X to do all my editing. Normally I give the videos to my clients through a usb or link but I have been getting asked for Blu-Ray discs, so I decided to buy Toast to give it a try. I purchased Toast 15 and the blu-ray plug in. Through final cut, I export my movies in blu-ray format on to my hard drive. Once this is done, it creates a BDMV folder with the movie file and a certificate folder. I then open Toast and drag the movie file in Blu-Ray mode. I can preview the movie in Toast so I know its working there. I then hit burn and it goes through the whole process fine until it says my disc is complete. When I eject the disc and insert it in my Blu-ray player to watch on my tv, it says the disc is not a Blu-ray disc and it does not read it. I am not able to play it back on my Blu-ray player on my tv or on my computer. Any advice would be greatly appreciated as I am kind of in a bind and need to get these videos to my clients fast. I am working with an iMac computer and an LG BP50NB40 external Blu-ray writer.
  7. .mov To Blu-Ray Video

    I have an external, blu-ray dvd burner and Toast 9 on my iMac. When I attempt to burn a blu-ray disc, I get the following error msg: Toast 9 Titanium HD/BD Plug-in The Toast 9 Titanium HD/BD Plug-in is required to create Blu-ray Video, HD DVD Video or High Definition on standard DVD discs. As indicated... I have Toast 9, but can only find plug-ins for Toast 14 & it says it only compatible with Toast 11, 12, 14. How can I obtain plug-ins for Toast 9 to create my blu-ray disc? Please advise. Thank you.
  8. I am submitting my video to a film festival and it needs to be a blu-ray disk, NTSC region 0 or 1. I have toast 14 Pro. What is the best and/or easiest way to get it done from the finished edit in timeline from Final Cut Pro X (FCPX)? Should I try and burn it using a H264 and a separate audio file exported from Compressor? Or Export/Create a Quicktime (QT) file of my finished timeline video, and import that into Toast to burn the Blu-ray disk?
  9. The option to create a Blu-Ray Disc in MyDVD has been removed. In order to to this one now has to purchase an additional Blu-Ray plug-in from Roxio for $9.99.
  10. Mydvd Issues...

    Installed Toast 14 on 10.10 and 10.11 and setup a project in MyDVD. Everything works great until I ask it to burn the disk. If I click the burn icon it will tell me to insert a disk. The disk is inserted and Mac OS sees it, even the Toast 14 Pro program sees the disk. MyDVD acts like there isn't a disk. When I click the "save" button to save the file as a .iso MyDVD crashes, every time. Ran software update on Toast and it says it is the latest version. Happens on both 10.11 and 10.10.
  11. Hi All, Would you please be able to confirm what the issue is in Toast 14 Titanium, using the Toast 14 Blu-ray Plug-in – ESD? Using the following settings: - Video -> Blu-Ray Video - Title: (BLANK) - Menu Style: Arabesque - Menu Title: (BLANK) - Menu Background: (CUSTOM) - Source (.mkv file) -- Video: AVC/H.264, 1920 x 1080, 23.97 fps -- Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1, 48000 Hz For Burn: - Destination: Matshita BD-MLT UJ272 For Save: - Destination: ~/Desktop/(Disc Image) (10.11.1 Mac OS X El Capitan; Memory: 16 GB) Results in "Waiting..." message for a few minutes displays, while Activity Monitor indicates that Toast is "Not Responding", followed by a Toast application crash. Error Logs: - For Burn: http://pastebin.com/C5xKLYV8 - For Save: http://pastebin.com/PTKz6mvk BurnCrash.txt SaveCrash.txt
  12. Toast 14 Vs Toast 14 Pro

    I am looking at the Toast 14 vs Toast 14 Pro comparison at http://www.roxio.com/enu/products/toast/#compare There are three Blu-Ray features I want to focus on: "Author HD video to Blu-ray Discs" "Burn to Blu-ray" "Create Blu-ray video discs" Only the last one is supported on Toast 14 (via the extra cost plug-in) but all three are in Toast 14 Pro. Questions: What's the difference between #1 and #3? What does #2 mean? That’s vague. I'm equally interested in data backup as well as video creation. Am I missing anything Blu-Ray features by only having Toast 14 + plugin? Thanks, Brad
  13. Hello I have a HD home made video that I created using Roxio couple of years ago. I noticed using Roxio Creator 2012 Pro - Roxio Video Copy & Convert > Convert Video> (inport the movie into Source section) there is an option to convert video to Blu-ray. Before purchaing Blu-ray DVD burner & blu-ray disks, I wanted to validate if converting the existing disk into Blu-ray will actually convert the source and will look like a blu-ray movie? or Do I need to film origianlly using blu-ray format or some other format and have a specific videocam (if something like this exists) or filming using regualr HD video and then converting to blu-ray is enough? Will the quality of the movie be different? Thanks for reading.
  14. My movie is 16:9. I have my preferences in Toast set to Automatic. When I view the burned Blu-ray, the sides are cropped. Not to 4:3, but enough that I have a wide shot and the 2 people on each end are missing! What does the "Show All" function do? Anyone know?
  15. Blu-Ray Burning Issues

    Hello all. I am using Toast Titanium 11 and I'm burning blu-rays with several short films in different formats to each disc. They're taking 12+ hours to burn, and when I try them in my blu-ray player, some videos are fine while others are choppy and out of sync. Some have other issues with the lighting going back and fourth as well. I tried burning them in mpeg-2 and mpeg-4 and it didn't make a difference. Do I need to make changes in the "encoding" menu? I need help badly. Thanks in advance!
  16. I installed Toast 12 Titanium yesterday. I planned on burning a simple Blu-ray Disc Video for an event coming up in a couple of weeks and I hope I can resolve it by then. 1. I keep getting Mac OS error - 50. At random times. Sometimes before I encode, sometimes after encoding and the burn is about to begin. This happens with just creating and burning, or writing a disc image and using the image to burn a disc. I've zapped the pram several times, repaired disc permissions, erased plist and preference files and re-installed with no change. Sometimes it does work however, but it doesn't work right after trying one of the above. 2. When I am able to burn a disc, it won't play in either my Sony Set-top blu-ray player or my PS3's blu-ray player. The clock starts 00:00:00:00 but never advances. I've tried both Blu-ray Video burned onto BD-Rs and High Definition DVD-VIdeo burned onto DVD-Rs. I tried not reencoding, always reencoding, MPEG-4 and MPEG-2, PCM Audio and Dolby Digital, no menu, a menu. Same results. Ive spent at least 8-9 hours trouble shooting this and searching the internet and Roxio forums, but nothing seems to match my issues. Any advice from some Toast experts out there? I'd really appreciate it. -- 27" iMac mid-2011, 3.4 GHz Intel Core i7 (quad core), 16GB RAM, 2TB HDD, Mac OS X Yosemite 10.10.2, External Blu-Ray Burner type: Mashita BD-MLT UJ260AF USB2.0, Internal Super Drive type: Optiarc DVD RW AD-5680H
  17. Blu-Ray Not Functional

    I installed Roxio Creator NXT 3 PRO from downloads. Performed install, then removed and re-installed with antivirus disabled. My computer has two (2) SATA Blu-Ray drives - an older LG drive and a new Asus BW-16D1T. Roxio will recognize a BD blank disc, and will burn a data disc to blu-ray. However, when I open MyDVD, the blu-ray option is grayed out and cannot be selected. Also, I cannot play a blu-ray using WinDVD - the software says "Media Not Supported".
  18. I have a couple of 1080p MP4 files with are "old" films, so they are 4:3 aspect ratio. The native resolution of the MP4s is 1236 x 928 pixels. When I play the MP4 files in a video player (like QuickTime Player), they are displayed pillarboxed in a 16:9 (the proper 4:3 video is in the middle with black bars on the side). I wanted to burn them onto a blu-ray disc, so I did the "drag-n-drop" into the "video" window (with "blu-ray video" selected). There were absolutely no options/buttons to allow me to specify an aspect ratio, but I assumed that Toast would give me a disc with the same thing I saw in the QuickTime player. Imagine my surprise, then, when I put the finished disc into my blu-ray player and instead of pillarboxed video (which is what I should have), I instead get a disc where the original 4:3 video has been artificially stretched to fill the full 16:9 frame! Can somebody explain why Toast is doing this? I do not like it and I see no options within toast to force it to respect the original aspect ratio for blu-ray. Going back to the Toast window, If I click on the "edit" button and look at the video file in the 'player' (where you can set the button picture), the image is still properly pillarboxed in the frame, so it 'looks' right there, it just doesn't turn out right when Toast does the actual encoding/burning. On the right side of the edit window, it shows JVT/AVC Coding, 1440x1080, 23.98fps, MPEG-4 Audio. I know 1440x1080 is the full 16:9 canvas, so maybe it's something in the encoding that is stripping out the pillarboxes (or not correctly adding them)? If there's no way to fix this in Toast, is there some sort of program I can download for the Mac that can "force" pillarboxes onto these titles before burning in Toast? I don't want to waste any more valuable BD-R discs on this, and if there's no fix, I feel really stupid for buying the blu-ray plug-in when I could have gone and bought a different BD authoring program instead. I've attached photos showing the correct pillarboxed image (from Toast's "edit" window), and the incorrect stretched image from the burnt blu-ray.
  19. Plug-In Compatibility

    I have Creator NXT 2. This page http://www.roxio.com/enu/store/video.html says "Plug-in is only compatible with Creator NXT 2" but the link says system requirments "Creator NXT 3 and Creator NXT Pro 3"! Is the Blu-Ray plugin compatable with Creator NXT2?
  20. Toast 12 Data And Or Photo

    Getting ready to burn my 1st Blu-ray disc. I am using Toast 12 Titanium on my Mac with Yosemite 10.10.1. I have approximately 10GB of material consisting of (3) versions of 2200 old family pictures in an iPhoto library that have been edited, same pictures un-edited versions and the original JPEG scans. I want to make the discs readable for both PC & Mac. It’s a present for the grand kids. Thinking they will be able to transfer it in the future when there is a new media available. *Do I make a photo disc and a data disc for them to be able to view the pictures on their PC machines and Blu-ray players? *Should it be done on an M disc for permanent archival purposes? *Also getting ready to buy compatible and appropriate Blu-ray burner for this project any suggestions? Any ideas or suggestions will be greatly appreciated thanx
  21. Blu-Ray Settings

    I am making blu-ray discs an am unable to change color schemes (area is grayed out). Also unable to choose what happens after a video plays (after playing area in setting is also grayed out). Are these options not available when making blu-rays? Does anyone know how to change these settings in blu-rays?
  22. I copied all of my photos from iPhoto into a folder per some other discussions within the Toast 12 forum in order to burn them onto blu-ray discs to archive them. I will have to span them across six 25GB discs to hold all of my photos. I only burnt the first disc as a test to see how it worked and I can view the photos on my computer but if I want to view them on a TV with a standard blu-ray player the player doesn't recognize the disc. Is there anything I can do to make these discs compatible with blu-ray players? My intent is to place these discs in a safe deposit box to keep them safe in case of disc failure or loss of the computer but it would be nice to be able to view them without a computer especially since macs no longer even come with optical drives and never have supported blu-ray.
  23. Hello. I need some help with Toast 12 Titanium .. How do I burn a *lossless* data blu-ray disc? I've gone through all the preferences possible, emptied my "Trash", repaired disk permissions, restarted my computer.. everything.. but when I add a folder to the window, it calculates the folder as being a few gigabytes smaller than the original.. I don't see an option anywhere that is allowing me to select render-quality or to avoid using "compression".. Even in the "Options" tab (right next to the "Media" tab) there is no option for compression/no compression.. I've also tried compressing my original data into .zip folder and then adding it to Toast, which still ended up importing a filesize smaller than that of the original.. I am looking to back up very valuable information and need to make sure that every single file is exactly as they were originally (aka no compression whatsoever).. Can anybody help me in how I can go about making an *exact/flawless/no compression* blu-ray data disk in Toast 12 Titanium? Thank you so much!
  24. Bd Burn Speed

    Have a Mac with an LG 16x Blu-ray Writer and a Verbatim 6x Blu-ray disc and yet it's only writing at 1x speed. Is there some setting that can be changed or does it (Toast) automatically decide what speed to write at ?
  25. I am very frustrated and disappointed with Toast 11. I used to use version10 all the time to make blu-ray discs etc. I rarely can get Toast 11 to convert a disc for me. it fails 9 out of 10 times and the conversion number it gives me before it converts is always wrong. It tells me the file will be 600 megs, and instead it converts it to 17 gigs which is way too big. The serious problem I have now is that I can't make blu-ray discs with Toast anymore because unlike Toast 10, there's no option to add separate audio to picture if you have a professional 5.1 audio file you want to marry to the picture. Did Roxio decide to make Toast only for beginners and amateurs who don't have any professional projects? There doesn't seem to be anything on the market now that can burn blu-rays and marry up 5.1 separate audio. Anyone know a workaround? I called the Roxio Toast support line and they told me it's not possible anymore, but there has to be a workaround. I don't know why they would downgrade their software especially since they charge you additional to make blu-rays. Thanks to any one who's a genius and has figured this out. Bryan
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