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  1. I took a Video using a 4th generation Ipod, which created an MP4 IMG file which I offloaded to my Imac and I can play right up until the last 17 minutes of the 87 minute video and then the video freezes and only the audio plays. I tried converting this to a DV file to burn to a DVD but the beginning video shakes violently for about 9 seconds then freezes, but plays the audio right through to the end. I tried to simply copy the MP4 file but it has the same problem, I tried starting the copy 2 minutes into the file but got the same result. I assume the file has a damaged start (header record?) is there anyway Toast can edit the file to skip the bad header and/or correct it ? Roxio knows there are 29 chapters, it just can't seem to get past the bad start to the first one. Is there anyway Toast can access the file headers, to make repairs or bypass them ? Its frustrating to be able to view the raw MP4 file but not be able to migrate it to another medium to view elsewhere. Any thoughts ? Thanks, CharlieOFD
  2. Hello, I just tried to burn my inaugural Blu-ray with Toast 11, and while the disc burned successfully (i.e. it plays when I put it into a Blu-ray player), the motion is embarrassingly choppy and not at all smooth. My source file is a 24fps ProRes MOV (1920x1080). I let Toast encode it to what was needed, and burned to a dual-layer Blu-ray disc. I've tested the Blu-ray in two different players, and both show the same effect. Can anyone please help? I'm at my wits' end! By the way, I used the same source file to let Toast burn both dual-layer and standard video DVDs, and they look perfect.
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