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    Snow Leopard Filesize Issue

    Base-10 calculations mean that 1 KB = 1,000 bytes, 1 MB = 1,000 KB and 1 GB = 1,000 MB Base-2 calculations mean that 1 KB = 1,024 bytes, 1 MB = 1,024 KB and 1 GB = 1,024 MB (This is how pretty much every OS has calculated file size since... well... always, I think.) Media and hard drive manufacturers advertise capacity in Base-10 calculations, which is why connecting a "500 GB" hard drive to your computer will yield a 473 GB capacity, or why "4.7 GB" DVD+Rs only show as having a capacity of ~4.37 GB in the OS. You can read more about the switch here: http://lifehacker.com/5349204/snow-leopard...ctly-in-base-10 (or by searching for "snow leopard base 10" on Google)
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    Snow Leopard Filesize Issue

    Is it possible for Toast to calculate file size the same way that Snow Leopard does (since Apple made the switch to Base-10 counting instead of the typical Base-2 for file sizes)? When burning discs I try to fill them to the absolute brim. The discrepancy between Toast's Base-2 calculations and the Finder's Base-10 calculations kinda makes it a huge pain in the &%$.
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    Fit-to-DVD and Subtitles

    I'm curious about how Popcorn 3 handles subtitles. Does it automagically recognise certain subtitles as being forced and enable them when encoding VIDEO_TS folders to a DVD? What about foreign movies? I haven't seen an area where one can specify to have a certain subtitle stream enabled by default.