I'm having a frustrating problem after installing the 9.0.4 update for Toast Titanium. I am trying to take still images and videos from a camera's memory stick and create a video DVD out of them. This is a simple drag 'n drop affair with Toast, but unfortunately when I go to burn my DVD (which actually starts the encoding process to turn the files into a video DVD) I am getting the following error message:
Could not record the disc because you do not have the required access permissions
Result Code = -5000
I have tried remedying this in several ways, including deleting the Toast preferences file in User\Library\Preferenes, running Disk Utility and trying to Fix Permissions, and manually setting the permissions on all the files as well as the folder containing them. The permissions are all set to "Read & Write" for both "matt" (my username) and "everyone" for all the files and the containing folder. I have also tried using the Media Browser to add the files to my compilation instead of dragging and dropping, but none of these helped.
I'm not sure if this would have anything to do with it, but I copied the files to my MacBook's hard drive in kind of a convoluted way. First, I copied the files from the camera's memory stick to another computer on the network (a PC), since the MacBook doesn't have a memory card reader. Then I copied the files over the network from the PC to my MacBook. I'm not sure if this would mess with the file permissions in any way, but since I manually changed the permissions on the Mac I would think I fixed it. But I am still getting the error message.
This is quite frustrating, and any help would be appreciated. Thanks!