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I place a blank BD-R disc into the burner. I select disc info under the Recorder option. I am told that I have 23.31 GB available on the disc. I select BURN. A message tells me that 24.48 is needed and that disc only has 21.03 available. Note that the main Toast screen is telling me that the project requires only 22.25 GB and that 1.05 GB remains. I tried burning a project that I have successfully burned in the past and they will not burn for the same reason. If I reduce the amount of video and try to burn, the numbers change but the required GB amount always exceeds the disc amount. I tried going into Macintosh > Library > Preferences and deleting the com.roxio.plist file but it does not help. So, with a client waiting for delivery, I feel like toast. Adding insult to injury I just purchased the upgrade to Toast 12 hoping it would solve the problem that started in Toast 11. I'll appreciate any and all suggestions, especially the right one! Thanks.
Hello all, Just got Toast 11 Titanium and tried to use all those "custom" menu features Roxio advertises,... kind of a joke, not being able to change type locations or get rid of the preview windows, etc. Am I missing something here? I was hoping Toast would at least offer the same abilities as iDVD did, four years ago. Okay... finally settled on a menu and burned my first Blu-ray disk in my new external BD Burner... great. Now I'm trying a second burn but keep getting an 'Error-35'... saying Something about the media not being there (sorry, can't remember) so I closed it out, removed the Roxio preferences file (from my Mac's System Preference folder) and relaunched T-11. I'm now burning my second disk (so far). So, is this a common occourence... not recognising a second disk? The third issue is not being able to get Roxio to recognize the AVCHD files I've downloaded to my hard drive. Dragging them into the 'drag-it-to-here' window gets them rejected with some sort of 'file-not-supported' dialogue. What does work is plugging in my Canon Camcorder and dragging the 'Canon-Private' file directly out of that. Problem is, I'd rather not have my camcorder on with it's screen lit up for hours durning the burn (burning a 60p HD that's almost 2 hours long takes a LOT of time). Is there something I need to know about the AVCHD files on my HD and what exactly, in the folder, I can successfuly drag into Roxio, or is a camcorder-direct download the only option here? I really want to like this software so,... thank you in advance, Andrew-