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  1. I have captured video from VHS and have made 5 DVDs (5 different productions). I need to remove files from my hard drive to free up space. If I copy a production to an external device, then run that program, it says files cannot be found. How can I actually save a copy of the final movie on the external hard drive? What file extensions/formats on files do I need to be looking for? i have some files that show they are are movie clips, some as video clips, and other Roxio Media Production, and some are DAT files. I just want to save the final productions to the external device and delete the other files that aren't needed. Thanks!
  2. On a Macbook Pro, I burned many bluray discs with AVCHD video file with Toast 11 on my Samsung external writer and now that I need to recover one video file, I only see a big BDMV file with a "certificate" folder aside. Inside the "Certificate" folder there is a "Backup" folder but it is empty. What do I do to recover the AVCHD files?
  3. I can't get this to run. I have repaired the installation but no luck. A message comes up that the service cannot run, maybe it is not installed properly. HELP.
  4. Hello I made a backup on BD-R(25GB) of about 90GB of videos with Toast Titanium 11. It took me 5 disks (and 5 hours) to span the whole thing. Then I saved the info of that backup in a *.disk file. The problem is that I (irreparably) damaged one of those 5 disk (namely no. 3). But I still have all the original files on HD. I was wondering if there was a way for me to write another disk no. 3 to replace the reject? Or do I have to redo the whole span on a 5 disks set (what a waste of time and money!) Thank You Peter.
  5. Hi I was happy to discover that I can use a BluRay burner and Toast 11 on my Mac Mini OSX 10.8.3 to make backups of many large quicktime movie files I produce with my camera. Usually I burn the complete AdobePremiere work folder to the backup. Toast 11 always writes the discs without a problem and also verifies them. Today I needed to access one of the backups and discovered that I was able to copy smaller files (and folders) back to my hard drive. But the large (15GB) quicktime movie files wouldn't come off the BluRay DVD backup. I got an error -36 after a long wait. I tried this also by booting into a OSX 10.6 partition and booting into Windows XP on the same computer. Error -36 seems to be an I/O error but I couldn't find much more specific. My fault for not checking that I can actually access these backups before wasting $$ on hardware and media. Or is there a way to access these? Thanks Peter
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