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This is the wrong forum for you question.

Please post exactly what program you are using so that your post can be moved to the correct toast forum.

 

Simply burning a mov file to a DVD does not create a DVD that will play on a DVD player. A DVD has to be "authoured" by the program in order become a proper video DVD.

 

 

Somebody moved your post. If this is thecorrect forum I don't know but at least it is in Mac section of the forums

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You seem to have purchased and used the wrong app for what you wanted to do. Toast Burn from the Mac App Store is a stripped-down version of it’s big brother Toast Titanium, at a fraction of the cost. According to the description, it only does data discs, not DVD-Video discs.

Likewise, the App Store versions ‘Toast DVD’ and ‘Toast Audio’ are also limited functionality apps, to just DVD video discs and audio CD discs respectively.

 

 

 

Toast Burn
From the makers of Roxio Toast Titanium, the best-selling Mac digital media app, the new Roxio Toast Burn makes it easier than ever to burn Mac files to disc or copy discs. If you have an optical drive like a recordable CD, DVD or Blu-ray, Toast Burn is your go-to tool to quickly create and duplicate data discs from the files on your hard disk drive.

The undisputed leader in disc-burning software for the Mac, Roxio Toast delivers award-winning technology in a simple and powerful new app that makes it easy to backup and share files including documents, music, photos and videos.

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