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  1. I'm running Mojave 10.14.6. When I try to launch Toast 19 Pro it just crashes, claiming a missing file. I deleted and reinstalled. Same thing. I've seen a few posts about later updates for Toast 19 Pro. How can I download the latest update? Normally Toast would do that, but I can get it to launch. I download from the Roxio webpage but the version it installs is 19.0. Thanks in advance.
  2. JJDVS

    Why does my 7.6GB video turn into 9.5GB?

    I disagree. If you select 4GB DVD, it should correctly produce a 4GB size image. It gives you a very off the mark estimate as you add content to the disc, and you can't rely on it. Using iDVD as an example, it doesn't create a file that's too big. It will warn you if you are over, not say this is ok, you are within the limit, then give you something you can't use. iDVD has other issues, but at least it accurately says what will fit and what won't. Compress-to-Fit should do just that, compress as needed to fit the desired disc. But it doesn't. Again, it often creates something that is too bit to fit. If I use compress-to-fit and it asks for single or dual-layer, then I expect the end result to fit whichever I chose.
  3. JJDVS

    Why does my 7.6GB video turn into 9.5GB?

    If I select DVD instead of DUAL-LAYER DVD, Toast 17 produces a disc image that's not 4GB but one that is 7+GB. It will fit the DUAL-LAYER disc and solve my problem, but they need to fix this and number of other glitches (compress to fit option, misaligned 16:9 menu highlights, audio handling for video with mono tracks, etc).
  4. I set up a video for a dual-layer DVD. Toast 17 says 7.6GB used and about 300MB still available. When creating a disc image, it turns out to be over 9GB. It won't burn directly to a disc either because of the size. Why is toast off the mark?
  5. JJDVS

    16:9 menu stuck with 4:3 highlights

    Reverting a 16:9 menu selection to a 4:3 menu produces correct alignment of the menu highlights.
  6. Using Toast Titanium 17 on a Mac. I burned a DVD with a 16:9 menu. The menu image turned out 16:9, but the highlights appear rendered in 4:3, so they don't align with the menu icons. The highlight circle on the forward/backward buttons appears well below the button image. Is this fixed in Toast 18?
  7. JJDVS

    Why doesn't DVD compression work?

    Here's a different error message that I also get, even though compression is turned on and it says there will be about 47% compression applied:
  8. I'm using Toast 17 Titantium and High Sierra. There's an option to compress DVDs. I'd like to compress dual-layer to single-layer, but it isn't working. I get a medium sense code write error when burning to a disc. If I try to create a single-layer disc image, it doesn't compress, it ends up the same size.
  9. Searching for more information I found this regarding Error Code -1310: fsDataTooBigErr = -1310, /*file or volume is too big for system*/ This doesn't solve my problem though or give me any possible directions to a solution. I have over 700GB of drive space available.
  10. I'm using Toast 17 Titanium and High Sierra 10.13.6. I'm trying to burn a DVD image but keep getting this error: I've searched through some other posts but don't see a solution. If there's no solution with Toast, can someone recommend another Mac OS X DVD authoring application? I preferred the flexibility of the old iDVD back in the day. Thanks in advance.