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  1. johnsmaa

    Lost Video Names

    After a few weeks of recording a catalog of VHS tapes to my hard drive, and naming them according to the catalog (according to numbers on the tapes), Easy VHS to DVD crashed. When I started it again, none of my videos appeared - just two videos I originally recorded as a test. I searched my hard drive and found the videos are there, but they have default names like "My Video (5)." I thought when I was changing the names in the project I was renaming the actual files, but apparently that was not the case. This is about 50 tapes. I tried opening the project, but there was only one project available, and it was the old one with two videos. It seems my project has vanished. Is there some way for me to load the project that includes the names of all my videos? Is there a hidden file somewhere or something? The alternative is putting all 50 tapes back in the VHS player and identifying which file goes with which tape, a process that will take hours. Please help! Mark
  2. backpages

    Files Names Using Custom Hybrid & Audio

    I use Toast to burn audio discs with a custom hybrid section. The audio portion plays fine on any system and the Mac portion of the hybrid mounts on Mac systems, the ISO on PC systems. First I burn the audio onto a blank disc, using the "Write Session" setting. To create the custom hybrid section I use Data > Custom Hybrid and create a disc image with a Mac and and an ISO portion. Once the audio is finished I add the custom hybrid section (as an image file) using the "Write Disc" setting. Here's my problem. If I simply burn the custom hybrid image file to a blank CD (without the audio portion) the full names of the files are retained on the PC version (I use the "Joliet (MS-DOS + Windows)" setting in the ISO 9660 section. Everything is fine, I end up with a disc that contains a Mac portion and a PC portion and works perfectly in both systems, showing the full names. However, if I add this custom hybrid portion (as an image file) to an open ended audio CD then the names on the PC version are shortened and capitalized. Does anyone know why this is happening and if there is any way around it. I'm using the exact same image file. When burned alone it's fine, when added to an audio disc, the names are changed. Any insight would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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