I purchased Toast 10 Titanium new online and later on purchased the Blu-Ray plugin, I now have Toast 10 Titanium v. 10.0.9, the latest version.
When I burn data to Blu-Ray media (Verbatim 25GB blank media) using my MCE 12x BluRay burner (it has the latest firmware update) the burn takes forever (hours) and when done I get the following error message:
The Finder cannot complete the operation because some data in "filename.mov" could not be read or written.
(Error code -36)
Here's the "fun" part, I'm doing this so I can archive video files to Blu-Ray data discs, if the file I burn is a .MOV (Quicktime), it cannot be retrieved from the BluRay disc as an error message appears stating that .MOV file is unreadable. BUT, if I had also burned a .WMV file to the same BluRay disc, it CAN be retrieved later on and used with no error messages.
I've read on this forum about a possible solution involving removing key elements of Quicktime 7.7 and replacing them with elements from QT 7.6 without having to reinstall my Mac OS, but, this is fraught with danger as futzing with Quicktime could cause my OS to fail and I have to do a clean install and thus lose all my data.
Why is it that Roxio has made a product, Toast 10 Titanium for Mac OS X requiring Quicktime 7.x and yet it will not burn data to a BluRay disc even when the BluRay plugin is correctly installed?
I need help with this where I don't have to know computer code to fix Quicktime (something I'm uncomfortable with) in order to make Roxio's product work as advertised.
Here are my system's specs:
Mac Pro G5 (Model MacPro 1,1)
Two Dual Core Xeon Processors (4 cores total) running at 2.66GHz'
10GB 667MHz DDR2 FB-DIMM RAM
Nvideo GeForce 8800GT PCIe x16 512MB
OS X 10.5.8 Leopard
MCE 12x BluRay Burner (with latest firmware update)
I'm running Final Cut Pro 7.0.3 for video editing with AJA Kona LHe video/audio I/O .
Quicktime 7.7 is installed.