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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. supertramp2u

    Udf Files

    Hello. I am rather new to this but I could not find any information as to how fix my problem. I am long winded so I will try and keep this short. I have several disc that I had scanned old photos and put them on a disk because a few years ago you could not buy a computer with the memory that you can purchase now so I put photo files on disk to save room on my hard drive. Cool idea! Soon we upgraded probably several times to new computers, programs, etc. Now I have several disk that I can not view on any of our computers. Put the disk in and either the disk is not found or an error message pops up that may say the disk is full and is read only or it tells me it is a UDF file (universal disk format) would I like to search the internet to find.........blah..blah...blah. I would choose yes and it would find all kinds of files but no programs that I can purchase and download that will allow me view my files. The reason I am writing this now, is there a program that I can buy and download on my new ultra modern computers, that will allow me to view my old disk? I know, redundant, but I am so aggravated, that would be like re-scanning about a thousand photos and that's another problem, I have two scanners, both are scanner / printer combos and the software for them will not load on to my new computer so now I have to buy an ultra modern scanner just to scan photos and some of the photos have already been shredded because they are customer proofs I no longer needed. I am so frustrated. Help.
  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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