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Pro Res Mov Files Not Supported In Toast 15 Pro?


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I just upgraded from Toast 14 to Toast 15 Pro because I wanted to ability to customize menu buttons, etc. when created a DVD.

 

But when I tried adding a Pro Res .mov file I got a prompt saying 'file type not supported'.

 

14 accepts Pro Res. 15 doesn't.

 

Please help.

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Doesn't seem like that should happen but then...

 

Isn't the Jcodec required for ProRes? Can you check to see if that is installed?

 

Are these the SAME files you used in Toast 14 or have there been any changes to the file?

 

I don't have a MAC so I can't really test anything. Hoping some MAC folks will take up the challenge :D

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I got it to work in DVD-Video but not in MyDVD.

 

My problem in DVD-Video is I don't see a way to edit buttons on the menu page.

 

For example, the title of each button has the date and time. I don't want that, and I would like to be able to move the buttons freely.

 

Is there a way to do that in Toast 15?

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I got it to work in DVD-Video but not in MyDVD.

 

My problem in DVD-Video is I don't see a way to edit buttons on the menu page.

 

For example, the title of each button has the date and time. I don't want that, and I would like to be able to move the buttons freely.

 

Is there a way to do that in Toast 15?

 

Asked and answered as a separate question HERE -_-

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