Now I have a brand new computer with El Cap and the same thing happened tonight.
I did a fresh install of everything to this computer.
I haven't figured out if it's certain formats or all files, but the originals play perfectly on the computer but stutter when burned to an image or DVD.
Since the problem occurs in images created from the video files, it's obviously not my new media burner.
And I've spent the past several hours searching online for info about conversion for DVD players and basic Toast questions and didn't find answers so I'm posting them here.
Apparently mkv files need to be converted before they can be played in a DVD player?
My new DVD player supports all these formats, so do I still need to convert the files first?
3G2, 3GP, 3GPP, 3GPP2, AAC, AC3, ASF, AVCHD, AVI, DTS, Digital Photo Viewer (JPEG), FLA, FLAC, FLV, GIF, JPEG, LPCM, M2TS, M4A, M4V,
MKA, MKV, MOV, MP3, MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer), MP4, MPEG-1 PS, MPEG4-AVC, MPG, MPO, MTS, PNG, WAV, WMA, WMA9, WMV, XVID, Xvid
In the Convert window when choosing a device for playback, is HDV the correct format for burning 1080p video to DVD for playback in a Blu-Ray player?
What about 720p? Better to go with DV or MPEG-4?
It would be nice if the Toast manual actually explained ALL the functions and formats! You listening Roxio?