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    New Functionality For Toast 10/11

    Hi to everybody! I'm the FCPX and Toast user since 2012. For me Toast is the only real alternative for BD preparing (FCPX-very poor scope of menu; Adobe - high cost level). Alternative which unfortunately is not perfect. I wish to work with new Toast which allows me: - preparing elastic menu - preparing flexible buttons - elastic setting of colours Why Roxio can't use logic of menu construction a'la iDVD? Mayby somebody has any info about further steps by Roxio? Many questions,any answers? Rafal
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    How To Delete Data From Bd-Re Disc?

    Hi I use the BD recorder, with following parameters: model: Optiarc BD RW BD-5730S6 CD: -R, -RW DVD: -R, -R DL, -RAM, -RW, +R, +R DL, +RW BD: -R, -RE. I have Toast 10 with HD plug-in My problem is how to delete data (eg. movies) from BD-RE (rewritable)? And how to add new movie to used BD-RE disk? Cheers Rafal
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    Video Quality

    Hi how did you export the movie in iMovie? You should via Media Sharing or Export via Quicktime.... In all other ways the quality is poor. Before you import the movie to Toast check the quality using MPEG Streamclip. Rafal
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    Unable To Make Hd Dvd

    Unfortunately I have simmilar problem as Peter10. I downloaded clip from YouTube, using Miro and saving it as mp4, with following parameters: Duration: 0:03:25 Data Size: 58.86 MB Bit Rate: 2.40 Mbps Video Tracks: H.264, 1280 × 720, 25 fps, 2.27 Mbps Audio Tracks: MPEG-4 Audio stereo, 44.1 kHz, 128 kbps I made some changes in iMovie (additional text, transmissions etc) and the I export the movie: Duration: 0:03:25 Data Size: 200.43 MB Bit Rate: 8.18 Mbps Video Tracks: H.264, 1280 × 720, 30.12 fps, 8.07 Mbps Audio Tracks: MPEG-4 Audio stereo, 44.1 kHz, 109 kbps Now I tried to burn it in Roxio 10 on DVD in high definition. There's no problem with playing the videao on MPEG streamclip, QuickTime player. But in Tost 10, afetr 6% I have result -18771, even when I make "Save as Disc Image" "Couldn't complete the last command because there is a problem with the source material". Whats happend? Best regards Rafal
  5. Hi to everybody I've imported HD movie from camcorder to iMovie9. I would like to make an edit of this video in iMovie, then to export keeping HD quality (1980 x 1020p) and then to make authoring and burning using Toast 10 with HD plugin (Toast® 10 High-Def/Blu-ray Disc Plug-in) and external BD burner (on BD-R Disk) to present for my family as "normal" BD movie using typical BD-player (Onkyo). Which format have I use in iMovie 9 to prepare a file which will be recognized by Toast 10? (Quick Time H264?) Rafal