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  1. edgar0002

    Problem Burning Blu-Ray Discs

    I recently purchased roxio toast 15 a couple of days ago with the purpose to burn blu-ray movies. I am new to this program and I am having difficulties getting it to work for me. I work making videos for weddings and I use Final Cut Pro X to do all my editing. Normally I give the videos to my clients through a usb or link but I have been getting asked for Blu-Ray discs, so I decided to buy Toast to give it a try. I purchased Toast 15 and the blu-ray plug in. Through final cut, I export my movies in blu-ray format on to my hard drive. Once this is done, it creates a BDMV folder with the movie file and a certificate folder. I then open Toast and drag the movie file in Blu-Ray mode. I can preview the movie in Toast so I know its working there. I then hit burn and it goes through the whole process fine until it says my disc is complete. When I eject the disc and insert it in my Blu-ray player to watch on my tv, it says the disc is not a Blu-ray disc and it does not read it. I am not able to play it back on my Blu-ray player on my tv or on my computer. Any advice would be greatly appreciated as I am kind of in a bind and need to get these videos to my clients fast. I am working with an iMac computer and an LG BP50NB40 external Blu-ray writer.
  2. I am considering replacing iDVD with Toast 12. I create my hour-long concert movies in Final Cut Pro X, where I insert a Chapter Marker at the beginning of each song performed in the concert. I export a QuickTime movie (.mov file) from FCPX. When I play the movie in the QuickTime Player, these Chapter Markers are available so I can jump directly to any song in the movie. When I then drag the movie into iDVD, it creates both a Main menu and one or more Chapter (Scene) sub-menus (depending on the template used and the number of Chapter Markers in the movie). Can I do the same thing in Toast 12? That is, when I import into T12 a QuickTime movie that contains Chapter Markers, will T12 automatically generate the Chapter (Scene) sub-menu(s) containing those Chapter Markers? If so, will it use the marker text that I entered in FCPX, or must I re-type in T12 the text for each marker? Or, do I need to inspect the entire timeline in FCPX, make note of the Timecode of each Chapter Marker, and then create these markers manually, one by one, in Toast 12? Thanks, VideoBill