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Dave Dobesh

Creating A Blu Ray From An Imovie Project

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I've been using Toast for some years now, but just recently upgraded to Toast Pro 14. Recently I created a project on iMovie that is just over 10 hours long. It's all standard def and by my calculations should fit on a 25 GB blu ray disc. However, when I go to create my disc using Toast 14, it claims my file is only 904 kb in size ( and I know it's much bigger than that) and when I go to burn my disc it says it can't because there's no data to burn. I feel like I'm overlooking something, but I don't know what. Hopefully it's something simple. Forgive me if this issue has been resolved in a previous post, but I'm new to Toast 14 and would appreciate any help. Thanks!

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Hmmm... someone more familiar with this may have a better answer, but it almost sounds like you somehow created a QuickTime "reference movie" from iMovie that doesn't contain the actual movie, but rather references to the files that do - and perhaps Toast doesn't know how to handle that. I don't normally use iMovie myself (prefer FCP), but... perhaps you need to export the movie first in a format that Toast knows what to do with?

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