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Toast 10 Version10.0.9

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Hi im a 74 year old man and have used a Toast 10.0.9 for some time .I recently used it to download some short video content and was nowhere near the max allowed to overload the disc at the end of download the notice came up saying that there was not enough room to complete the downloads.

At this point in time the loaded bar was only full up to the middle of bar.

After deleting a couple of items the disc was completed .

 

 

This happened again with next items and I deleted some again and as usual the loading bar was showing only half full.

 

I apologise for not knowing the correct terminology for the toast 10

 

thank you

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If you are making a DVD video disc of the downloaded videos, the explanation is that Toast has to encode the video in MPEG 2 format which is less compressed than the source video. This means it takes up more space on the final disc. Toast usually can fit nearly 3 hours of video on a regular DVD disc. The quality is better if you keep it close to 2 hours per DVD.

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Dear Eugene thank you so much for replying to my request re info with my device but the reason I was asking was that I have been downloading in this way for years and provided that I never when beyond the right hand side of the loading bar this problem never occurred in fact if one does go beyond the right hand side of the bar you get a warning and certainly never with the loading bar only showing half full If you have any further thoughts it would be most appreciated

John Donovan

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Dear Eugene thank you so much for replying to my request re info with my device but the reason I was asking was that I have been downloading in this way for years and provided that I never when beyond the right hand side of the loading bar this problem never occurred in fact if one does go beyond the right hand side of the bar you get a warning and certainly never with the loading bar only showing half full If you have any further thoughts it would be most appreciated

John Donovan

I'm not really certain what you are trying to create. What Toast window are you in and what setting are you using? Are you making a DVD video? I mentioned the total length (in time) of the videos. How long are they? I guessed in my earlier reply because I don't know whether you are burning discs to play on DVD players or burning data discs to keep copies of the original videos.

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Thanks again for replying im downloading from porn site eg when i get say 6 short sequences or whatever and load them onto toast always making sure that the loading bar is nowhere near full ie towards the right hand side looking screen when the toast gets to the end notice comes up say not enough room for what I have try to burn to disc and as i said before I have to delete some and isuall the bar then is showing eg 1.5gb and it works.

I dont know as I said before whats causing it but previously i could load the disc fully before with rejection

 

thanks again

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Thanks again for replying im downloading from porn site eg when i get say 6 short sequences or whatever and load them onto toast always making sure that the loading bar is nowhere near full ie towards the right hand side looking screen when the toast gets to the end notice comes up say not enough room for what I have try to burn to disc and as i said before I have to delete some and isuall the bar then is showing eg 1.5gb and it works.

I dont know as I said before whats causing it but previously i could load the disc fully before with rejection

 

thanks again

Presuming you are in Toast's Video window and have DVD video set as the format, choose Save as Disc Image from the File menu instead of clicking the burn button. When that is done add the resulting .toast file that you just saved to the Toast Copy window with Image File selected as the format. Toast will then either burn the DVD or will apply the "Fit-to-DVD" feature to make it fit.

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Dear Eugene thanks for all your efforts tried it all no difference if i find solution eventually I will let you know but THANK YOU ANYWAY

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