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  1. edgar0002

    Problem Burning Blu-Ray Discs

    Thanks, I'll give it a try and see what happens
  2. edgar0002

    Problem Burning Blu-Ray Discs

    Yes, that's exactly what I did, I was able to open the contents of the BDMV image and I get to the folders. It is the exact format as Jim described. Is it the m2ts file in the stream folder that I should drag and drop in Toast?
  3. edgar0002

    Problem Burning Blu-Ray Discs

    Thanks for your help, I will see if I can figure out how to extract or get my folders to have the same structure as the above.
  4. edgar0002

    Problem Burning Blu-Ray Discs

    AAhh I got you now, sorry. No I have what looks like an image, and when I open it, it gives me a BDMV image file and a Certificate folder. That's where my problem is then. If I export as a quicktime movie from final cut, would I be able to burn that onto a playable Blu-ray disc through Toast?
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    Problem Burning Blu-Ray Discs

    Here are the steps I am taking; 1. I am sharing the file from Final Cut Pro X as a Blu-ray. 2.Final Cut then makes a Blu-ray file, which when opened, contains a BDMV file and a Certificate folder. (this is playable on my computer as a Blu-ray) 3. I then open Toast 15 under the Blu-ray option under BDMV folder. (I have downloaded the plug in) 4. I then drag and drop both the BDMV file and the Certificate folder in Toast. 5. I then hit Burn and it goes through the whole process. 6. Once it is finished, I open the disc and it contains the BDMV file and the Certificate folder but I am no longer able to open it and play it on my computer. I am new to burning Blu-ray discs so I am obviously doing something wrong here, I greatly appreciate all the help. Thank you
  6. edgar0002

    Problem Burning Blu-Ray Discs

    My disc has a BDMV file and a certificate folder, however my Blu-ray playing program cant open it, neither can my xbox one hooked up to my tv.
  7. edgar0002

    Problem Burning Blu-Ray Discs

    The first time I tried it, I used the Blu-ray disc mode, then I tried it with the BDMV folder and I got the same result with both of them.
  8. edgar0002

    Problem Burning Blu-Ray Discs

    I recently purchased roxio toast 15 a couple of days ago with the purpose to burn blu-ray movies. I am new to this program and I am having difficulties getting it to work for me. I work making videos for weddings and I use Final Cut Pro X to do all my editing. Normally I give the videos to my clients through a usb or link but I have been getting asked for Blu-Ray discs, so I decided to buy Toast to give it a try. I purchased Toast 15 and the blu-ray plug in. Through final cut, I export my movies in blu-ray format on to my hard drive. Once this is done, it creates a BDMV folder with the movie file and a certificate folder. I then open Toast and drag the movie file in Blu-Ray mode. I can preview the movie in Toast so I know its working there. I then hit burn and it goes through the whole process fine until it says my disc is complete. When I eject the disc and insert it in my Blu-ray player to watch on my tv, it says the disc is not a Blu-ray disc and it does not read it. I am not able to play it back on my Blu-ray player on my tv or on my computer. Any advice would be greatly appreciated as I am kind of in a bind and need to get these videos to my clients fast. I am working with an iMac computer and an LG BP50NB40 external Blu-ray writer.
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