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  1. Bug Report: This has been an issue as far back as I can remember. It's in Toast 11 for sure maybe prior to that. I was hoping it would be corrected in Toast 14 but no dice. If the Toast team sees this report would you please add this to your bug list. Steps: 1. Setup a UDF Data disc (blu-ray HDMV in my case) and burn. 2. Upon completion Toast will update the size of the files to be burned, but at double the correct/original size. 3. You can't clear the miscalculation by removing the content and adding it again. You have to close Toast, restart the app and setup the disc again. Thank you,
  2. JoeVRoh

    A Few Hiccups

    I want to thank you for your time in advance to help me with my issues. I will be eagerly awaiting feedback! I've recorded some games on every console and have experienced a few issues with this device. I have had successful videos created with this product and am happy with my purchase yet these issues are now diminishing the experience. So finally, I ask for your help! I have the Roxio Game Capture Pro (NO HDMI) My Roxio game capture, when plugged into my computer and my running game console, the display on my (Dynex) television flickers on and off. This is only part of the time, so I presume it's an issue with the cables. The cable is a hybrid output for Wii, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. I do feel that this cable is the culprit for this issue. If it could be anything else, what are my suspects? To a more recent and important issue: Videos play in double speed when in the production editor. Now, after I saw this I immediately thought it could be the playback speed. So I double clicked the segment, only to find that the speed is normal. After resetting the program a couple of times, there seems to be no issue. What's with the change? I've also had this issue when reviewing an entire project (multiple scenes of video from different sources) and while viewing the whole video in one segment, a snippet would be in double speed-thus throwing off the remainder of the video. Any feedback is appreciated. Thank you for your time! Respectively, Joseph
  3. Very strange: I want to to burn 19GB of authored BR video on a BD-R. If I put in a blank disc, select UDF, drag the video folder into the TOAST window, it correctly displays 19GB. Hitting "Burn" starts the process, which is stopped showing a hardware failure message. The blank disc remains untouched. The total file size is now 38GB. After a few tries I figured out the following workflow as a work-around: 1.) Quit Toast 2.) Open tray 3.) Start Toast 4.) Select UDF 5.) Drop your video folder into Toast window 6.) Hit "Burn" 7.) Confirm to close tray Now it works. 19GB successfully burnt.
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