The article to which you referred confirms my thoughts that the audio track must be burned DAO ... and that the second session must be CD-ROM XA (mode 2)
I *AM* the mastering <g>. I've done probably 50 of these over the last 15 years. The replicators never want to know about this, they just want a master that Eclipse will bless and off they go. Fair enough too. Besides it's not just a burning job, we take the HD video, compress it, design the menus add weblinks, whatever other content they want then create the Mac and PC executables ... in the old days it was Director (as the article refers to) these days more likely Flash. Burning the replication master is only the final step in the process, but a kind of important one !
I've only been to this forum (twice?) in 15 years, but if one can't find a Roxio engineer here ... then where ! <g> If they don't routinely patrol the forums, surely a moderator can ask a tech to weight in ?
Thanks, I appreciate your feedback.
From another source I have since learned that one can use the 'Mac & PC' option. Create a Temporary partition as usual for Custom Hybrid, but then drag that into the 'Mac & PC' window of the Toast UI ... cool, I never knew that (because I preferred the old school method)
However this also only 'almost' works. Once the dic is burned, the CD volume does not correctly mirror the appearance of the source Temp Volume.
See the below examples:
The first is with minimal change to the default window that the Temp Volume created, but notice that the icon size has changed from 24pt to 18 pt
In this second example I have resized the window to be about 50% larger, changed the background colour and greatly increased the size of the icon. The Toasted volume has moved the icon way out of position .. almost out of view. Should I be doing something else here ?