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Toast 11 And Mavericks Issues

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Hello, I've been using Toast 11 for years without any issues.

My normal workflow was to create a DVD in DVD Studio Pro, I'd author a DVD with pre-compressed media and use the Build function to create a VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS folder. I'd then open Toast 11 and create a Data DVD. It would work beautifully in DVD players, computers and would also work when I'd get them duplicated at a DVD replication house.

 

I recently upgraded from Snow Leopard to Mavericks. Toast 11 ran on Mavericks and when I followed the above procedure, the resulting DVD disk would give the error message "Supported Disk Not Available." I've tried numerous blank media from the same batch that was working a few days ago.

 

I've upgraded to Toast 11 Titanium 11.2 in hopes it would work. That was unsuccessful as well.

 

I do not want to use the Toast compression tools or the Toast authoring tools. I just want to burn a DVD with my own VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS folders, so the video tab in Toast 11 is not helpful to me.

 

I may be missing something simple here but before my Mavericks & Toast 11.2 upgrade, I was not having any problems.

 

Thanks for your help.

Joe

 

 

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Hello, I've been using Toast 11 for years without any issues.

My normal workflow was to create a DVD in DVD Studio Pro, I'd author a DVD with pre-compressed media and use the Build function to create a VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS folder. I'd then open Toast 11 and create a Data DVD. It would work beautifully in DVD players, computers and would also work when I'd get them duplicated at a DVD replication house.

 

I recently upgraded from Snow Leopard to Mavericks. Toast 11 ran on Mavericks and when I followed the above procedure, the resulting DVD disk would give the error message "Supported Disk Not Available." I've tried numerous blank media from the same batch that was working a few days ago.

 

I've upgraded to Toast 11 Titanium 11.2 in hopes it would work. That was unsuccessful as well.

 

I do not want to use the Toast compression tools or the Toast authoring tools. I just want to burn a DVD with my own VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS folders, so the video tab in Toast 11 is not helpful to me.

 

I may be missing something simple here but before my Mavericks & Toast 11.2 upgrade, I was not having any problems.

 

Thanks for your help.

Joe

 

Because of complaints I'd read here, I skipped Mavericks and went straight to El Capitan from Lion. I've noticed occasional problems getting Toast Titanium to recognize DVD discs, but when I re-insert the discs, they're eventually recognized. The bigger problem has been that I have to use Terminal in order to get iMovie 6.0.3 to open and, sometimes, when encoding disc images with iDVD 7.1.2, the process stalls and I have to start again. I'm not sure if there's a problem with later versions of iMovie or with Final Cut Pro/DVD Studio Pro, but from what you write, perhaps Toast has trouble with projects created in DVD Studio Pro. Does Toast work OK for you with other projects?

 

 

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Hi, Toast was working fine with DVD Studio Pro before I upgraded to Mavericks. I believe it is the Mavericks operating system and Toast combination that is not working. It is problematic now with something that was so simple before. Unfortunately I cannot upgrade to El Capitan because I still edit on Final Cut Pro 7.

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