I've noticed that Toast 8 has a tendency on some discs to double-count movies and extras on the disc. This boosts the length of video it thinks there is on the disc, sometimes thinking 3 hours of video is 6 hours. It proclaims that the amount of compression will be high, like 54%. I've seen this happen with a VIDEO_TS with only about 4.08 GB in it. I open the same VIDEO_TS in Toast 7, and it correctly tells me the length of video and that no compression is necessary.
I've also seen instances where, say, there are three 20-minute short films, which show up in the "extras" section. But in the "movies" section, two or three of those same shorts will be combined as a "movie." As a result, those titles are counted twice.
Has anyone else noticed this? Is there a workaround?
Also, I've noticed that Toast is unable to let you preview some extras. Playing the extra would practically play the entire DVD from the beginning, starting with the studio logo, etc. This would be the same for all extras, making it impossible to preview them in order to select certain titles for inclusion, without trial and error.
Is this a known problem?