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  1. itstherealjg

    Apple ProRes

    My experience is the same: Toast 17 does not accept ProRes 422 but it does accept H.264.
  2. itstherealjg

    Toast 17 and .mp4 files errors

    Yes, ProRes 422 is an Apple codec in Final Cut Pro X. If you're interested in ProRes, Wikipedia does a good job explaining it. My mistake was not realizing that 422 is an editing or archiving codec -- not for final product, such as a DVD. So based on my experience, to make a DVD in Toast, just use a .mov file that's in H.264. Voila!
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    Toast 17 and .mp4 files errors

    Don’t know if this helps but.... I was unable to make a DVD from a .mov file in ProRes422. But when I changed it to .mov in H.264 all was good. Try and see if that helps. JG
  4. itstherealjg

    There is Nothing To Record

    The source files I’ve had this issue with were output from Final Cut Pro X in ProRes422. But Toast does accept other files in H.264. Therefore I think the issue is the ProRes. Toast wants H.264 and it worked fine. Try it.
  5. itstherealjg

    There is Nothing To Record

    Well, a day later and the issue has recurred. I have filed another ticket with Corel support. Hopefully they'll have a more enduring fix this time. To be continued.
  6. itstherealjg

    There is Nothing To Record

    The "There is nothing to record" issue seems to be resolved for me. Toast tech support instructed me to completely trash Toast (including preferences and other hidden files) and reinstall. That seems to be the fix. Hope this information helps others.
  7. itstherealjg

    There is Nothing To Record

    Same issue here. "There is nothing to record...." What is the solution?
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