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  1. Toast 14 blu ray not working

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    Blu-Ray/hd Burning Not Working With Os X 10.10.5

    I found a "bug" that is causing Toast to not encode or burn blu-ray discs. I tried burning two 1080p HD clips, one source was 30fps, the other 29.97fps. The 30fps burned and played perfectly. The 29.97 clip was skipping frames, freezing. I used Wondershare Video Converter and converted the 29.97 HD clip to 30fps. Voila! Toast burned a perfect blu ray copy. Not sure why this is happening. My HD source videos have always been at 29.97fps and didn't have this problem. Going to be a lot of work to convert weeks of videos to 30fps to work with Toast 14 blu ray.
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    Toast 14 Titanium With Os X El Capitan.

    Toast 14 isn't even working with OS X 10.10.5 (Yosemite update released on 8/22). It will not burn blu-ray disks. Roxio said they do not yet have an update for 10.10.5, so don't expect them to be ready with El Capitan. Update at your own risk.
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    Blu-Ray/hd Burning Not Working With Os X 10.10.5

    Tried making an ISO with MyDVD while on the phone with tech support. Another blu-ray coaster for my stack. With Toast 12 the blu-rays were just jerky and would freeze. With Toast 14, multiple blu ray players throw up an error message, "Can't Load Disk." I have also emptied the Roxio Converted Files folder and re-encoded everything. Burns are the same, useless.
  5. I don't know if anybody else is experiencing this, but since Aug 22 when Apple released OS X 10.10.5, Toast 14 will not burn blu ray or HD disks. The burned disks freeze, jiggle, and are unwatchable. I have been dealing with tech support for two days and they cannot fix the issue. They said to wait for an update. Nice. I use the program to create blu-ray DVDs for my work, and now I am out of business. If you have Toast of any version, and OS X, do not update to 10.10.5 or you will regret it.
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    Encoding Time

    I have been trying to burn a blu ray disc, and the encode is still going after 6 DAYS (only 92% complete). This is absurd. I have a new iMac running Mavericks, 2.7 Ghz intel Core i5, 16gb ram. Toast is up-to-date, Mavericks is up to date. I was hoping to watch this DVD 5 days ago, looks like MAYBE tomorrow if it finishes the last 8% of encoding and takes several hours to burn.
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