Now, I am really confused.
I want to create a bluray containing multiple animation videos. So I drag and drop the video's to Toast 11. They are all VOB's with Mpeg2 codec, except one, which is MKV. Initially I just let Toast do its job, which took more than 24 hours to encode a 5GB MKV and the result was garbage. Probably because the videos are mixed PAL and NTSC. Anyway, I then used Kigo Video Converter to convert the file to PAL with Mpeg2 codec. When I drop the resulting file into Toast, it claims it is missing the MPG2 codec.
Now this is very strange, because the VOB's are Mpeg2 too. When I inspect the videos using Videospec, they show up all with the mpeg2 codec, yet Toast is refusing the converted file. Mpeg2 codec is mpeg2 codec, right ? So why accept the other files and reject the converted one ??
Who can shed some light here ?