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  1. 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.


  2. Yes, all set to "never", I saved the files using "save as..." as an MPEG2 file.

     

    Consider the following trouble-shooting scenario:

     

    Original DVD, copy played from HD with Apple DVD Player: OK

    Streamclip output file played with QuickTime Player: OK

    Streamclip output file played with VLC: OK

    Handbrake Output ( conversion from VIDEO_TS): OK.

     

    Original DVD, copy played from HD with VLC: Dropped frames every 20sec, identical to BD playback

    VTSxxx.VOB file played with VLC: Dropped frames every 20sec, identical to BD playback

     

    In any case: if frames are dropped, they are always the same frames. Are non-Apple players less tolerant to specific streaming problems?

     

    The fixed MPEG file should work on the BD as there are no dropped frames in QT-Player or VLC. But it does not.


  3. I was trying to put 4 DVDs on one BD for convenience, using the movie maker feature of TOAST 11.

     

    I included a main menu as well.

     

    Each of the movies skips every 30 sec or so (picture and sound).

     

    I repaired the time code using MPEG Streamclip and used the MPEG files instead of the original DVD video folders. No difference though.

     

    The original DVDs (coming from a Panasonic recorder) as well as the copied DVD files or the MPEG2 files play fine.

     

    I also made a DVD from one of the MPEG2 files, same problem here.

     

     

    All is set to PAL, footage is 786 x 576, AC3 48kHz, 25fps.

     

     

    Any clues?

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