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    Disc Image Being Saved As .sd2f File?

    That's definitely a step forward. I exported all the files out as .aiff files. So now what I want to do is get an audio CD disc image that can be mounted. But again, even though they're now just plain .aiff files, the disc image still comes up as .Sd2f.
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    Disc Image Being Saved As .sd2f File?

    I have a .bin/cue file that I wanted to save as a standard .toast or at least .dmg file. But every time I select save as disc image, I get .Sd2f as the format. When I try to mount it, it opens as a single file in iTunes and plays nothing but static. Of course, I can still play it in Toast, but I wanted a real disc image. What am I doing wrong? All My Best, Jeffrey?
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    Lg Ggc-h20l Toast Compatible?

    Hi, Mike-- I actually haven't bopught it yet. But glad to see the update lets it burn apparently. Thanks again.
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    Lg Ggc-h20l Toast Compatible?

    Is the LG GGC-H20L Toast Compatible? If not, what other inexpensive Blu-Ray writers will work? Is there a list somewhere? Thanks
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    How to burn DVD from Video_TS folder

    Great... Thanks again
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    How to burn DVD from Video_TS folder

    Hi, tsantee-- Thanks very much. Will this also include all the menus and navigation and such he created?
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    How to burn DVD from Video_TS folder

    Hello?
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    How to burn DVD from Video_TS folder

    Hi-- I've never done this before. I downloaded a folder which says it has all the menus and Video_TS folders to burn a working DVD for a friend's family video. But I have no idea how to burn a working DVD in Toast 8. Is there some trick to getting the DVD to come out the way he intended? Thanks
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    How to add audio

    Thanks, guys. Much obliged.
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    How to add audio

    Hi, Larry-- When I looked at the add movie dialog, it does list .m2p as one of the supported formats. I guess my question is, will EMC encode the audio portion properly (so it will play in all DVD players), if the audio is part of an .m2p? And how would I add the .wav? All My Best, Jeffrey
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    How to add audio

    Sorry I actually encoded the original file in ProCoder and outputted as an .m2v file along with .wav for the audio. I'm using ProCoder because this file was originally a Mac .mov file, and needs some standard color correction which ProCoder offers. I was told that EMC can't handle .m2v files, so I asked them (Canopus) what format I should use instead. They suggested .m2p.
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    How to add audio

    Okay. I have saved my video out as an .m2p file. However, I still need to get the matching audio in. How do I do that? And what format should I use? EDITED: Well -- learning as I go. .m2p's have the Video and audio portion included. However, I am told that NTSC DVD's must have either PCM or AC3 audio included to be legal. Will EMC encode the audio portion properly -- or what should I do. Also -- is anyone there? I haven't received an answer to any question I've posted here.
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    Simple DVD

    Hi-- I just need to know -- step by step if someone can -- how to create the following DVD: I have two 3 min. videos which need to go back to back. They have already been encoded, both Audio and Video for DVD using ProCoder. Both the videos are NTSC 4:3 720x480. I'd like to make sure that if they are played on a widescreen TV, that they are shown with letterboxing (columns is it?) and not stretched. I just want the first video to start playing as soon as the DVD opens. I then want the second to play. then I want the DVD to stop playing after the second is over. Can someone tell me how to do this? Thanks.
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    Will EMC 9 read/burn a Mac CD?

    It's just a data CD I need to make for my family of a Filemaker Pro database I made. But that brings up another subject. If you don't mind, I have a music CD which is literally irreplaceable. It was live music record for a high school play for which I am doing video editing. The CD worked fine the first day, and I stupidly only transferred the first two tracks. They play fine. Then, a few weeks later, I can't get the thing to be recognized at all. It just spits out. I finally got it to be recognized after about twenty tries ion one of my machines. The files are all doing some weird thing sort of like skipping -- or as if their corrupt in some way. I went and got a disc cleaner, one of those units which grinds the scratches out. Worked on it all day, it still doesn't play normally -- even the first tracks which used to. Have you ever heard of anything like this? I wouldn't be so OT -- but this disc is truly precious to everyone involved. All My Best, Jeffrey
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    Toast to EMC 9

    Hi-- I find that I have to transfer several .toast images over to a PC to burn them. I have EMC 9 on the PC. Is it possible to make a disc image in Toast EMC 9 will read/burn accurately? I know Toast can save images as .bin files. For example, I have two kinds of CD's I need to do. First, I have a Mac Data CD. It's all laid out exactly as I need it to appear under Mac OS X. If I save the image as a .bin (or any other format) can EMC 9 read the image and burn it exactly -- i.e., keep the Mac format -- and have it be readable and come out the same as on the Mac side? The second kind of CD is a regular audio CD, originally burned from iTunes. Can EMC 9 make an exact Disc copy of the CD, or will it work if I make the disc copy first in Toast, and then save an image file -- .bin(?) and have EMC 9 work from that? In other words -- what's the best way to get EMC 9 to burn Toast images? Thanks. All My Best, Jeffrey
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