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  1. SlidingGlassDoor

    Importing Dvd/video_ts

    Thanks so much Tsantee!! Using the media browser helped locate the individual video files on my DVD!
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    Importing Dvd/video_ts

    Actually, somebody had suggested that same exact thing before I even considered purchasing toast. A few months ago, I bought and downloaded the Quicktime MPEG-2 as well as downloading Square 5. But when I had installed Quicktime MPEG-2, it didn't show up in my applications as an application (it only gave me the option to install it again). So I figured that maybe it was just an add-on to my original Quicktime Application. But I still couldn't play my DVDs with that Quicktime. And I dragged my dvds to Square 5 and it said "unsupported file type." I tried installing Quicktime MPEG 2 over and over.... each time it assured me "installation successful!" But I couldn't figure out how to use it as an application. It kept prompting me to install it again. So I was thinking that something went wrong, and my mac somehow refused to install Quicktime MPEG-2 properly. That's when I resorted to Toast. Do you have any idea why the Quicktime MPEG-2 isn't working?? (I tried installing it recently with the same result). Thanks so much.
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    Result Code = 1634955892

    Wow! I have a similar problem! I have a Mac OS X 10.5.6 and I've been trying to convert my video_TS files into HDV files and the error message comes up saying: "Couldn't complete the last command because of a Mac OS error" Result Code = -50 Do you think there's something wrong with our macs???
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    Importing Dvd/video_ts

    I have a 6 month old Mac OS X 10.5.6. I used to use roxio on my PC to import media from my video_TS dvds. When I got my mac, I could view my dvd's on the Mac DVD player without a problem, but I needed a way to import them onto my computer and then convert them into MPEG-4 files so I could edit my videos on Imovie and other applications. So I purchased Toast 9.0.2 and attempted to convert my dvds. The preview in Toast plays them back perfectly, but the second I click "convert," a message pops up saying: "Couldn't complete the last command because of a Mac OS error. result code = -50" Now I'm thinking there might be a problem with my mac. (Go figure). But I'm hoping a mac os x expert might see this and be able to tell me what's wrong... and what I can do to fix it. Thanks so much in advance!
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