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  1. Yes, on a TV with a Blu Ray player (Sony PS4 or Xbox One)
  2. I write from Italy, sorry for my english! I own Toast 11 Titanium and Blu-Ray and HD plugins. I burned a video .mkv with these characteristics as: Video AVC/H.264, 1920x1080, 23.98 fps, audio, DTS 5.1, 48000 Hz The encoding settings Toast were these: Video Format MPEG-4 AVC; Average Bit Rate: 9 Mbps; Maximum Bit Rate: 26 Mbps; Rating motion: "Great"; Recoding: "Automatically"; Dominance of the field: "Automatically"; Filmmaker: "Automatically". Unfortunately, after I burned to Blu Ray, you see "jerky", the video is not smooth! What settings "personalized" I have to set the encoding of Toast? The error is in average and maximum bit rate that I set? That the correct value of Average Bit Rate? That the correct value of Maximum bit rate? Rating motion: Half "PEL" or "excellent"? "Recoding", "field dominance" and "Ratio"? Please help me, thank you! Francesco
  3. Hello everyone! I write from Italy, excuse my English... I have Toast Titanium 10.0.8 on a Mac Intel 2.8 Ghz with 16 Gb. RAM and Mac OS 10.6.6. Recently I've had to burn a file .mkv (..compressed video of a blue-ray) with these features: Video: AVC/H.264, 1920 x 816, 23.98 fps. Audio: DTS, 5.1, 48000 Hz. Once you add to Toast Titanium the file ".mkv" occupying 21.81 GB on a Blu-ray for a total duration of two hours and six minutes. I started burning a Blu-ray 25 GB as usual after a few minutes and came out the following error message: "... Error - 18771 - Unable to burn the disc. Is a problem with the source material .." Abstract. I've never had problems burning files .mkv to Blu-ray, is the first time I get this error 18771 ... Using a Blu-ray writer of LaCie, I bought recently and I can not understand on what could depend on the error. Some of you know what that is? Could you please help me and advise me what to do? Best regards. Francesco Indiveri
  4. Hello. Excuse my English, I write from Italy. I have Toast Titanium 10for Mac and I recently purchased the plug-in for Blu ray and a Blu ray of LaCie (d2 12x burner). I have tried to burn to a Blu ray movie format .mkv but when I add the file and start copying Toast begins systematically encode the file. The problem is that this encoding takes a long time, hours, and never seems to end ... I wanted to know if it is normal that it should take so long. Given that I have a Mac Intel Core i7 with 16Gb ram, so I do not think it would depend on my Mac! Thank you all!
  5. Thank you, you were kind. Sorry for the inconvenience and for my English ... I wanted to ask one last thing. You are using a Blu-ray for your Mac? I would like to be able to buy one always get some good video in HD, I know that there are so many but I do not know which one to buy. Is there anyone who can tell me that Blu-Ray is certainly fine with the Mac? Thanks and see you soon!
  6. I write from Italy, sorry for my English ... I recently purchased the "plug-in" for HD video and blue ray on my Toast Titanium 10, MAC version. Well I use the "Conversion" to convert the video in high resolution, native AVCHD format ".mts", from my Canon camcorder HF S21, in the format ".mov" compatible with Final Cut Express 4. I noticed that there are various options available on Toast Titanium 10 to convert the video in high resolution. The native video that I have to convert, coming from my camcorder, has these characteristics: Video: H.264/AVC, 1920 x 1080 25 fps. Audio: Dolby Digital, Stereo, 48000 Hz Could you advise me the best settings to convert my video in format ".mov", preserving the 1920X1080 resolution at 25 fps. and all the typical features of a HD video? There are too many settings to follow and I really can not understand each other much, which is why I am asking for your help. Thanks!