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  1. Hindley

    Hd Dvd Burn Results In Jerky Playback

    I just finished an HD DVD disk created in Toast 15. I selected HD DVD (Blu Ray) from the preset dialog box. The source file is a .mkv file, 1920x1080, 29.97 frame rate, MPEG codec. The DVD starts and looks great, quality-wise, and the audio is great, also. But I can detect a jerkiness in the playback, like it's skipping or stuttering. What happened? Was it something in the conversion process? Or is the DVD player (Sony Blu Ray) incapable of playing back this disk smoothly? Can anyone offer any suggestions or input? Thanks!
  2. Hello, experts: Yesterday, I installed Toast 11 on my Intel iMac, running OS 8.5. Also, I installed the Blu-Ray plug-in. Then, I burned a QuickTime movie (made by me) with Toast. (Previously, with Toast 8, I had burned a double layer DVD, and this played OK, but I wanted to see better quality, so I exported the same movie as QuickTime but with a higher resolution.) The encoding (as PAL) and the burning of this disc seemed to go OK (just like the previous one, but it took longer). However, when I came to play THIS disc, the DVD recorder/player said that the disc was not compatible, and it would not play. I ought to mention that, connecting the DVD recorder with the TV set is a SCART cable only. Is the failure to play this disc a result of my not connecting the two machines with a HDMI cable, or is there some other cause? I would buy a HDMI cable, but as they seem to be very expensive, I need to be sure that this would bring success. Another thing, if you don't mind telling me: if I did fit an HDMI cable, is it OK to leave the SCART cable in as well, or would it spoil the set-up? With thanks in advance for a helpful reply, Concerned15