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  1. mooblie

    Dvd Cannot Play On Blue Ray Disc Player

    If you're selecting a "High Definition DVD" that is NOT the same as a Blu-ray disc, and a Blu-ray player WON'T play it. You need to select "Blu-ray" (only) to get a high definition disc that will play in a Blu-ray player.
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    Burning Blu Ray

    You're not going to like this, Ken, but.... your drive is only a Blu-ray READER, not a WRITER. Sorry. To confirm: go to System Profiler: and look for this: (I guess you won't find it): You need to find a drive the DOESN"T have the word "Combo" in the name!! (That means it doesn't write to everything it reads.)
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    Can't Install Toast Hd Plugin On Toast 9.07 Macbook Pro

    Exactly which version of Toast are you running? 9 or 10? The BD Plug-in has, I believe, to be the correct matching version?
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    Burning Blu Ray For 1St Time - Won't Accept Disc!

    Hi - I think you've only got a Blu-ray READER there, not a WRITER! Sorry! (Reads and writes DVD/CDs, but not Blu-rays. )
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    Have Blu-Ray Chapter Markers Been Broken Again?

    Edit: I feel so stupid - I exported from FCP with Markers = NONE! whereas it should be ALL. Sorry everybody, and Roxio, for doubting you!
  6. I recall, when I upgraded from Toast 10.0.4 to about 10.0.5 (was it?) the correct recognition of manually placed chapter markers in Blu-ray files started working correctly, after much complaining about earlier versions of Toast ignoring such chapter markers. I edit in FCP, and put <chapter markers> on the time lines, then export to ProRes QT HD movie files, and bring them into Toast. It all worked perfectly once a certain version of Toast 10.0.something was reached. However, I've just made a new Blu-ray (version nos. below) and now it seems we're back to Toast NOT recognising "Auto" chapter markers, just putting them in at a fixed 3-minute intervals. Is it me, or has this been problem come back?? or have I forgotten some key step in my workflow?? (FCP 7.0.3, OSX 10.6.8, QT 7.6.6, Toast 10.0.8.)
  7. Just to bump this - I am still interested in hardware-accelerating Blu-ray encoding with Elgato Turbo.264 HD dongle. Any joy anyone? (I don't have CS5.)
  8. mooblie

    Best Bd Media?

    Verbatim? And PLEASE get a couple of re-writable BD-RE discs, before you go making lots of BD-R coasters! This is exactly the same as the position ten years ago with DVDs, but for some reason many people don't seem to bother with (or know about) BD-RE discs. (They're like DVD-RW discs.) It's much easier on your wallet!!
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    Compressor To Toast 10 For Blu Ray

    Very interesting, Sweet Tea. Have you done any direct comparison between the Compressor-encoded .m2v and Toast's own BD-encoding? Any quality difference? Much difference in time taken to encode? And isn't there an H.264 Compressor-Blu-ray preset now? Have you tried that?
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    Burning "rw"

    IF your drive is capable of writing to DVD-RAM discs (and it's a big IF), they'll act like read/writeable giant floppies! (And that's straight from the Finder, Toast not necessary!)
  11. mooblie

    Blue Ray 1920 × 1080 Movies / Discs

    Download MediaInfo Mac and use it to check the pixel sizes of the source and final files. Actually, as you know: you don't really want Toast to RE-encode a file that is already compressed for Blu-ray (as H.264). Obviously it's nearly (but not quite) in a format that Toast can leave alone for Blu-ray use. Maybe MediaInfo Mac might shed some light on the source file, its exact format and why it was re-encoded. (BTW: Toast definitely CAN burn full HD 1920x1080 BDs - that's all I ever do!)
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    Toast Can't Find My External Bd Drive?

    Well, if you read a BD to rip it, it must be working...
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    Toast Can't Find My External Bd Drive?

    Power might be an issue. I see it uses TWO USB plugs? Are they both plugged in? Is there an auxiliary (wall-wart) type of PSU included? Is there a socket on the back for DC power?
  14. Not sure if this is news you to all - it certainly was news to me: XBMC media centre has been under constant development I assume, and has recently reached the stage where, under OSX, it now plays the "NNNNNN.m2ts" stream files from a finished (Toast-authored) Blu-ray disc. Shame it doesn't read/play the BD menus and jump to the appropriate tracks (it just stalls at playing the menu file "01200.m2ts"), cos . . . . . . then we'd basically be at "Blu-ray playback" on a Mac (without Windows)! Of course, you need a BD drive connected to your Mac for playback - and I haven't tried it with commercial BDs. So near, and yet so far... --------- Edit: Whoa! I see my post about XBMC on the Apple forums was removed by Apple! Touchy about Blu-ray, or what?
  15. If I'm right about my presumption, this isn't Roxio's fault. Apologies for referring to you as Alex. Please don't mis-quote me. I can see you're really cut up about this, but I guess I'll leave it here.
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