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  1. Hello, I just purchased Roxio's Easy VHS to DVD for MAC with the hopes of transferring homemade VHS tapes into DVDs. So far, I have successfully copied the VHS tape onto my Macbook Pro computer and have the files saved on my computer as .mov files. Unfortunately, I am having difficulties burning these .mov files onto DVDs. My questions are as follows: 1) The "Easy VHS to DVD for MAC" seems a little deceiving, in that after browsing the forums a bit, it doesn't seem as if the software comes with direct DVD burning capability. Is it necessary to purchase another DVD burning program (such as Toast?) or is there a way to do this for free? (I had thought Toast was included in my original purchase, but I guess not…) 2) I plan on burning onto standard DVD + R (Memorex and/or Sony) DVDs with the standard 4.7 GB & 120 min. The .mov files that I now have saved from the original VHS tapes onto my Macbook Pro computer are rather large in size (2 hours of film, yet ~10 GB after using Roxio's product). Why so large? Will this be a problem when it comes to fitting the film on the standard sized DVD? Thank you in advance for any and all help - I really appreciate it!
  2. I went from Toast 6 to Toast 10, and also from PowerBook G4 to MacBook Pro. While still using Toast 6 I digitized several hundreds of tape cassettes to AIFF files on DVDs with CD Spin Doctor in 2004, and I still have them. Now 10 years later to consolidate my files I tried to transfer everything to a single external hard drive for back-up using my MB Pro with Toast 10, but when I load those DVDs into my Toast 10-enabled MB Pro, I see that it still reads the names of the tracks but has stripped them of their timings. All the track times simply read as 0. Although the sound waves are visible in the graph above, the individual tracks have been lost except for the names--as if the entire album is one single block instead of multiple tracks. However, I still have my old PB G4 and Toast 6 on it, and so when I put those same DVDs into that old computer, everything shows up again as expected, with the track times. How can I update this to my current computer and Toast 10?
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