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  1. robitala

    How to put two separate VIDEO_TS folders on one DL disk?

    Yes, one is in the Desktop, but neither it nor the VIDEO_TS folder in my Movies Folder show up under DVD in the Media Browser. I thought somehow with the method you posted one could have a DVD open with two movie icons and clicking either one would open proper into full menu titles like when we select the DVD from VIDEO_TS folder Tab. If the point of using the DVD-Video tab and then DVD was to extract the files within the VIDEO_TS folder I can do that direct from the folder itself or from Movies in the browser. Both TS Folders show up there for me. I made a DVD-Video Disk Image from the VOB files and will burn this to disk if I can't select two complete TS folders at the same time.
  2. robitala

    How to put two separate VIDEO_TS folders on one DL disk?

    Hi tsantee, well, when I choose DVD within the Media Browser it shows no Discs. One VIDEO_TS folder shows up under Movies. That is not surprising to me as there is no Disc in the DVD drive, unless I'm missing something.
  3. Found a thread which answers my particular version of the Error -50. http://forums.support.roxio.com/index.php?showtopic=7209
  4. Me three...getting the same "error in user parameter list" message making a DVD video with files exported directly from Elgato EyeTV 2.3.1. to Toast 7.1. Just updated to Mac 0SX 10.7 last week. Previously did this process successfully with OS 10.5, Toast 7.1 and EyeTV 2.2. Upgraded to EyeTV 2.3.1 only last night. Actually exported the EyeTV files with 2.2. After clicking Export found that the dialogue box was set on Documents Folder and MPEG Program Stream which is strange, anyway I changed it back to Desktop and Toast, which is how I remember leaving it. Then when the first EyeTV file opens in Toast it opens in the Copy Tab instead of Video, and I get a dialogue box asking if I'm sure the parameters of this file is OK--the parameters were frame rate and something else I think. I just clicked OK selected the Video Tab and dragged the file icon from the desktop into there. I've thrown the files exported witih 2.2. and exported again with 2.3.1, still getting Mac OS Error = -50 if I try to burn a Disk Image.
  5. robitala

    Buffer Underrun Error

    I have now trashed the iDVD DL disk image and its resulting .toast requantisation to single layer. I have also trashed the .toast DL disk image and its requantisation to single layer as tsantee suggested. Little difference in picture quality; both methods are blotchy or pixelated. When you say use Toast...what should I throw into Toast? I have been using the .mov.
  6. robitala

    Buffer Underrun Error

    So do you think I will get better quality if instead of immediately compressing the .mov to a 3.98 GB disk image, I make a DL disk image and then compress to fit SL media? Not sure what you mean "burn the disk in the first place"...burn straight from what? Thanks for settings I hadn't seen anything about those options in the Toast manual.
  7. robitala

    Buffer Underrun Error

    Close to the limit - 3:58/238mins(iMovie), 3:59(iDVD). Yeah, still makes a 5.02 GB. Correct. But seems I can’t with this length of movie. I wonder what the limit is? I’ve managed 2:20 on one project. Dropping the .mov from iMovie produces a 3.98 .toast disk image, though Toast indicated it would be 3.73 GB (85%). The result is not satisfactory because I have to reduce the bit rate to the minimum to fit it to a single-layer. It’ll have to be two seperate burns which gets better quality anyway. Yes. Seems iDVD using PCM audio is the problem here. Didn’t think that it would be file size when Toast can compress 9.4 GB from other sources.
  8. robitala

    Buffer Underrun Error

    Nothing went to sleep as far as I can tell. That was the second iDVD .img and second .toast image (both redone from iDVD project). And as occured before .toast disk image returns the same error. Toast actually created a 5.02GB disk image. Now, what am I supposed to do when after mounting either disk image, DVD Player opens, asking if I want to view the DVD from the previous position or the beginning? P.S. have all the previous posts gone for good, or is the search function not up yet? Thanks for your reply, here's me thinking you were part of Roxio.
  9. robitala

    Buffer Underrun Error

    Trying to burn a (7.46GB) iDVD disk image to a 4.3GB DVD. Toast Titanium 7.0.2 gets to Writing Lead-in/Preparing then returns Buffer Underrun Error. Prevention is checked in Recorder settings. Message says to try a slower burn speed, but I've gone done to the slowest write speed (2X) with the same result. A Toast .img of the iDVD .img gives same error. Any ideas?
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