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    Toast 10 Video_TS conversion skips frames

    Dear Dan Despite Tsantee's best efforts, I couldn't solve this problem using Toast. However, I can extract video from a Video_TS folder using MPEG Streamclip with the Apple Mpeg2 codec and it works perfectly. all the best David
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    Toast 10 Video_TS conversion skips frames

    Thanks for the suggestion. I'll try this tomorrow and let you know. Failing that, streamclip beckons...
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    Toast 10 Video_TS conversion skips frames

    The amazing thing about 50's and 60's British sports cars is that about 90% of them were sold in the US. So you have far more of them than we do! I have a friend who has a TR5, and you're right I think it's probably the best of all the TRs, especially with the fuel injected engine, rather than the carbs of the 250 (no matter what one's opinion is of Lucas injection pumps!) Now to the bad news... Tried again, this time using the h264 codec as well, but still no joy. I haven't removed the other codecs from the Library because a) I'm not sure what the originals were (!) and a) I rely on having the whole range as my Avid software uses them, so feel slightly reluctant to move them. Any other thoughts...? Thanks for your time on this.
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    Toast 10 Video_TS conversion skips frames

    I'll try and download 10.0.6a (7 not being available in the UK for some reason) and see if that helps. I'll also try using only the standard codecs as you suggest. Thanks. I have a 1958 TR3a, which I've owned for a mere 20 years. Having rallied it, sadly it's not in the same condition that yours appears to be!
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    Toast 10 Video_TS conversion skips frames

    Thanks for your response. I'm using 10.0.02 and having selected Video_TS in the convert menu, was dragging the Video_TS to the main window. I have just tried your suggested method but still get the skipped frames, which appear to be at about every 40" not 20" as I previously said. The audio is also out of sync by about 2 frames using the Avid DV codec. FYI, the DVD I'm trying to convert is not copy protected. By the way, assuming the car in the picture is yours, is that a 100/6 or a 3000?
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    Toast 10 Video_TS conversion skips frames

    Dear All Sorry if this has been discussed before, but I have a problem that I've been unable to solve. When I convert from a Video_TS file to a Quicktime movie, no matter what type of codec I choose, (DV PAL, Avid DV, H264 etc) the Quicktime drops a couple of frames every 20" or so. This is the case whether I'm going from a PAL recording to a PAL Quicktime, or NTSC to PAL, or any other combination. Am I doing something wrong? I'm using a MacBook Pro and a MacPro, both running Leopard, and get the same result each time Thanks
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