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  1. Industro

    Bring Back Mastering Features!

    Whew... glad to ISRCs are still there! We still desperately need to print frame-accurate track logs though. Would this be a difficult feature to re-implement? How can we submit a formal feature request?
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    Bring Back Mastering Features!

    I can honestly say that I am deeply disheartened to discover that Roxio has removed the ability to enter ISRC codes in Toast 9. Toast 9 still handles them (if you create them in a previous version of Toast and open the previous .toast document in Toast 9), but you cannot create them in Toast 9. Why has this invaluable feature been removed in Toast 9? As a "prosumer," I found the features of Jam and Toast to meet all my needs in previous versions, but Roxio's discontinuation of Jam and the "Print Track Log" feature (which almost all manufacturing facilities require) and omitting ISRC codes from their latest release is forcing CD authors like myself to seek alternate, more expensive solutions for simple tasks. Roxio, if you are listening, PLEASE BRING BACK ISRC CODES AND TRACK LOG PRINTING!!! This will be the last version of Toast I purchase until you do so. Meanwhile, I have to use Toast 9, Toast 8, AND Jam 6 to get the job done! I would be most grateful for a response from Roxio on this matter.
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    Error: Result Code -18771

    Hey Patatrox... If you're interested in repeating my scenario (failure to encode using MPEG-4 AVC in Toast 9) I can provide tons of source material that DOESN'T WORK. They all give me Error -18771. They are all QuickTime-compatible files, most of them are 1 GB 1920x1080 24p .mov files encoded with H.264. Funny thing is, I just now used QuickTime to re-encode the same source material into a MPEG-4 (.mp4) file (instead of using Toast 9 for this function) and I burned the resulting MP4 file onto a DVD using the OS X Leopard Finder and it plays FINE on the PS3! Toast, however, doesn't seem to be able to encode the same source material using the MPEG-4 AVC setting (but QuickTime CAN!) Just an FYI.
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    Roxio Help! Problem With Source Material!?

    THANK YOU FOR ACKNOWLEDGING THIS!!!! Please keep us updated and let us know if/when there is a patch or a work-around! As far as authoring AVC discs on DVD media... What were the specs of your source file?
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    Hd Video On Standard Dvd Media: Anyone Get It To Work?

    Please give us more details on how you were able to get this to work. What settings did you use? What was your source video file? (Codec, format, etc.) Most of us can't get this to work.
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    Roxio Help! Problem With Source Material!?

    *Sigh* Still no solution on this, huh? No work-arounds? No response from Roxio?
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    Hd Video On Standard Dvd Media: Anyone Get It To Work?

    I can't get Toast 9 to encode anything using the MPEG-4 AVC setting, so I can't even create a BDMV Folder for a Blu-ray (or DVD) to test it.
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    Error: Result Code -18771

    I was not using chapters, but chapters were set to "Automatic" in the Video Edit area in Toast. I set it to "Never" and attempted to re-encode. Got the error message at 43% (instead of 2%). Still doesn't work. I don't think it is a problem with my source material. They all encode fine in Toast 8, and they encode fine in Toast 9 when using MPEG-2. The problem is with MPEG-4 encoding only. I've used various different HD source videos (all QuickTime compatible), with different codecs, different file formats, etc. They ALL fail during the encode. I'll try deleting prefs and converted items next... EDIT: I deleted Toast prefs and converted items... still doesn't work. MPEG-4 AVC is BROKEN!!!!!!!!!
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    Hd Video On Standard Dvd Media: Anyone Get It To Work?

    The bottom line... No one here (except maybe for Pixel) has been able to successfully burn a standard DVD with HD content using the MPEG-4 AVC codec in Toast 9. This feature is advertised as part of Toast 9 and it doesn't work. If Pixel can post his QuickTime file, I'd like to see what is "unique" about that file and see if I can get it to work.
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    Problem with BD on DVD playback

    I can't even get Toast to burn the disc using MPEG-4 AVC, let alone trying it out in a PS3.
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    Error: Result Code -18771

    You used MPEG-4 AVC to compress the movie??? And it WORKED??? You used a QuickTime "reference file" as opposed to a self-contained QuickTime movie??? How large is the source movie (how many MB)? Would you be willing to send it to me? (I'd like to try to repeat the process) If you don't mind sending it, I'll PM you with my e-mail address and we can use "YouSendIt.com" to upload it to me. I really want to see why your file works, but nobody else's does.
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    Error: Result Code -18771

    I'm with you brother. I'm pulling my hair out with the same problem. I can only get it to work when using "Advanced" settings and choosing the MPEG-2 codec (which results in a file twice the size and half the quality). If you try to make the DVD with "Automatic" settings or using MPEG-4 AVC - it'll error out or crash. BAD BAD BAD!!!!!!!!
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    Problem with BD on DVD playback

    Asaf is right. This feature is not working for anyone. There are like 4 threads on this and so far, no one can create a standard DVD with HD content using the MPEG-4 AVC setting. Everyone gets the error, regardless of the source material. I've about had it with this. The product does not function as advertised. I'm 2 seconds away from dropping a HORRIBLE REVIEW on versiontracker.com if Roxio doesn't respond (and I don't mean one of those "auto responses" from the PR department).
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    Roxio Help! Problem With Source Material!?

    FIX THIS ROXIO!!!! At least acknowledge this is an issue and give us confirmation that a solution is being developed!!! NO ONE HERE HAS YET TO SUCCESSFULLY CREATE AN HD PROGRAM ON STANDARD DVD MEDIA USING TOAST'S MPEG-4 AVC SETTING. IT DOES NOT WORK! Was this tested before release? I have wasted 10+ hours on this today.
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    Hd Video On Standard Dvd Media: Anyone Get It To Work?

    Yup - same here. I finally got my HD QuickTime .mov file (1920 x 1080 HDV) to successfully burn to a standard DVD disc when using MPEG-2 compression in an HD-DVD project. The result looks like crap though (tons of pixelation and motion blur compared to the original) and the audio did not come through (it was silent) but it at least played on my HD-DVD player. To bad it actually looked BETTER in Standard Definition on a regular DVD encoded with the previous Toast 8!!! Soooo... looks like Roxio needs to fix their MPEG-4 AVC encoding engine... any "official" word from Roxio on this problem yet? I submitted a trouble ticket this morning and still haven't heard anything back. So... I pose a new challenge to you all... Has anyone been able to burn a high definition video on standard DVD media (via a HD-DVD or Blu-ray Project) using the MPEG-4 setting in Toast 9???
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