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    Mac Os Error -39

    Hi Bob, I will give these suggestions a try, at first I thought it was a Ownership & Permissions issue because it couldn't access the Data Fork.
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    Mac Os Error -39

    After having successfully created a few Music DVD's, on the latest one I'm getting this error. I've goggled & searched this forum but have not been able to solve it.
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    Music Dvd Audio Settings?

    Data rate is: "lossless" and "lossy compression ratios. Sampling frequency: Defines the number of samples per second, 44,100 Hz audio CD, 48,000 Hz DVD. Thanks for all the input, I'm getting a better understanding. If I pick DD I will choose a higher bit-rate for better quality, because information has already been lost because the files are MP3's.
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    Music Dvd Audio Settings?

    So if the MP3 files are 44.1 KHz, then I should use Dolby Digial 44.1 KHz. I'm at work so I don't have the application to look at, so I don't know what's in the pulldown menu.
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    Music Dvd Audio Settings?

    What I'm trying to figure out is, what audio setting should I be using for high quality MP3's, to give me the best sound and processing time.
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    Music Dvd Audio Settings?

    It looks like I should have used PCM for high quality MP3's (emusic subscriber). Dolby Digital, or AC-3, is the common version containing up to six discrete channels of sound. The mp3 are only 2 channel stereo so it looks like I picked the wrong setting. Where do you change the setting from Dolby Digital to PCM?
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    Music Dvd Audio Settings?

    I tried the Music DVD function for the first time in Toast 9.0.2 and I have a few questions. 1/ Which audio settings do I use if I'm adding MP3 audio files. I left it on default which I think was dolby digital. Not sure if it can be changed either. 2/ Why does it take so long, it was doing a conversion process which might tie into question 1. Maybe I had the audio setting wrong, because it converted every song which took forever.
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    Divx Home Theater Disk

    Figured out what I was doing wrong, I was putting divx .avi files into the Divx Disk window in toast, where I should have been burning them using DVD Video instead.
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    Divx Home Theater Disk

    I will give this a try, who knows, it might not even be toast that's causing the problem. It could be the Pioneer DVD player or even the burner that's doing this.
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    Divx Home Theater Disk

    Toast 7.1.2 / Pioneer DV-588 player / Pioneer DVR-108 DVD Burner / Maxell DVD-R media This is happening to me quite often lately, I burn 3 or 4 movies onto a disk using Toast>Divx Disc, making sure the bar in the right hand corner is green and then when I go to watch the movies at least one will not play the entire movie. If I check the .avi in Quicktime before burning it shows that there is an entire movie. Its a pain in the &%$, you are watching the movie for 1.5 hours and then you don't get to see the ending. I've googled this and nothing seems to show up.
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