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Css Issues On Home Made Dvd Disc

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I am trying to burn a DVDR from a VIDEO_TS folder. Am using Toast Titanium 14 for Mac. (Mac Pro, El Capitan OS.)

 

this is absolutely a home-made DVD, NOT a commercial disc in anyway.

 

But I keep getting the error message that this disc has CSS encryption - which makes no sense - and when I click more info, it just takes me to the Toast Titanium order page.

 

Help! what can I do?

 

W

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Can you highlight the contents of that DVD and copy it to a folder on your hard drive?

 

Or do you get a similar warning?

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thanks!

 

yes, that's what I'm trying to do - the VIDEO_TS folder is already on my hard drive.

 

I could try making a new folder and copying the contents - just to see what would happen...

 

thanks again!

 

w

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No, you said "I am trying to burn a DVDR from a VIDEO_TS folder."

 

I asked, "Can you highlight the contents of that DVD and copy it to a folder on your hard drive?"

 

DVD meaning a physical disc not a VIDEO_TS folder on your hard drive.

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My original source was a VIDEO_TS file (from a private DVD-R) that a friend sent me e-wise. I don't have the actual DVD-R. So the VIDEO_TS file has always been on my hard drive... yes!

 

thanks!

 

w

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As the error message is most likely wrong and you do not need Toast’s authoring features for this project, you might want to try out alternative applications that can take an existing VIDEO_TS folder and make a disk image from that.

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My original source was a VIDEO_TS file (from a private DVD-R) that a friend sent me e-wise.

 

What exactly does that mean in detail please?

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