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Hi all,

 

I'm trying to convert my PAL TS folder to NTSC. I understand that I have to do that through the Media Browser. Unfortunately, when I go to the browser and drop down to the Title, it's locked, preventing me from dragging it into the Video window. I went to my Video_TS folder and unlocked the folder and changed permissions to allow Read & Write, and it still comes up as locked in Toast. Any ideas ? Or is there an easier way to convert formats in Toast ?

 

Thanks,

 

Andy

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If it is locked because the source is encrypted with copy protection then Toast cannot do anything with it. Toast only works with unencrypted video sources.

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If it is locked because the source is encrypted with copy protection then Toast cannot do anything with it. Toast only works with unencrypted video sources.

 

Thanks, it's not a commercial movie, however, and I'm pretty sure I've used it before. BTW, do I get a confirmation to Convert to NTSC after Compression of before ? I somehow found another Disc and Title in Media Browser after multiple tries and will try that.

 

Andy

 

PS. To me, Media Browser is poorly designed. It's difficult to tell where the "disc" are located. Would be nice to show a structure. Maybe it's changed in subsequent versions of Toast to become more clear.

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Thanks, it's not a commercial movie, however, and I'm pretty sure I've used it before. BTW, do I get a confirmation to Convert to NTSC after Compression of before ? I somehow found another Disc and Title in Media Browser after multiple tries and will try that.

 

Andy

 

PS. To me, Media Browser is poorly designed. It's difficult to tell where the "disc" are located. Would be nice to show a structure. Maybe it's changed in subsequent versions of Toast to become more clear.

The Media Browser has improved with each version of Toast. Toast 7 was the first use of the browser and it is pretty lame compared with the one in Toast 10. I received false lock icons with some discs in the past but it usually corrected itself by ejecting and reinserting the disc.

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