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  1. Hello Everyone, I've created a DVD file and burned it to a Verbatim dual layer disc, using Toast Titanium 14. It plays fine on both Mac and PC multiple players, but won't play on a home DVD player, e.g. Panasonic or JVC. Any pointers in the right direction would be gratefully received. Thanks very much, BizzyM.
  2. Hi New to the forum. Just purchased C2012 after using 2010 for some time. Upgraded as I now have Panasonic HD camcorder and want to work with the mts files it produces. Searched around and from what I could see 2012 would work with these files. Now I have it and it doesn't seem to recognise the mts files at all - some video functions show the files when browsing, but do nothing with them, other functions won't even see the files in the 'Open' box. Am I doing something wrong, or have I wasted my money? Have searched the forum but couldn't see anything. Thanks for any advice.
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