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MAC OS error 9011 when try to export


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:):huh: I am trying to export my video files from the dvd, to dv, so i can import them into imovie. I keep trying different formats, different locations to send the file to but no matter what I do I keep getting the error message, "Last command not completed because of mac os error 9011. I pretty sure I am correctly using the media browser to export, I have read the manual, talked to Roxann and read all the forums, but I am just really at a loss here, and my job sort of depends on my figuring this out. Anyone have a similar experience? I'd been indebted to whoever responded, good luck with all your projects.
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I'm having the exact same problem with nosound at all!! I've tried saving individual chapters and the whole file, using MPEG-improved, both ISMA and non-ISMA MPEG, with no luck. this is from a DVD I made using Toast 7. I want to be able to open things in Quicktime pro in order to be able to make video clips.

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I'm having the exact same problem with nosound at all!! I've tried saving individual chapters and the whole file, using MPEG-improved, both ISMA and non-ISMA MPEG, with no luck. this is from a DVD I made using Toast 7. I want to be able to open things in Quicktime pro in order to be able to make video clips.

I suggest using MPEG Streamclip for this purpose. It is free, although you'll need Apple's QuickTime MPEG 2 Playback Component.

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I found the solution! Once you drag and drop the file click on the edit button. Then click on the audio and choose Dolby! NOT PCM! That is all you need to do! :D

 

 

Sorry to seem so stupid about this but when I click edit, after importing etc, the only options it gives me are to change the name etc?

 

In options/custom encoding, it gives me the option to change to Dolby but this doesn't seem to impact the file that I'm trying to change!

Any ideas

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I have been following your directions for the media browser procedure exactly. And just cleared up my hard drive and currently have over 17 gb, surely this must be enough? I'm really clueless. Thanks a lot for your response, I appreciate it

 

 

Are you selecting DVD with the top button in the media browser, going down to the title level with the lower button and then dragging the title over to the Video window? Toast then extracts the MPEG from the DVD and writes it to the Converted Items folder. Is that what's happening? Also, do you have lots of hard drive space available?
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When you click the Edit button there is a description of the video and audio that appears near the top of the window. If the audio is PCM then the exporting of video won't work because of a bug in Toast. Hopefully this is something that will be fixed soon with an update. When MPEGs have multiple audio formats a button appears next the "audio" that lets you select which format you want - such as PCM or AC-3 if those are the choices. But home-made DVDs don't have multiple audio formats so you won't see that button.

 

That's a pretty conclusive answer, Tsantee, Thanks for that. I guess I'll see if I can rip it in some other format or something.

 

thanks again

 

Rory

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Are you selecting DVD with the top button in the media browser, going down to the title level with the lower button and then dragging the title over to the Video window? Toast then extracts the MPEG from the DVD and writes it to the Converted Items folder. Is that what's happening? Also, do you have lots of hard drive space available?

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Sorry to seem so stupid about this but when I click edit, after importing etc, the only options it gives me are to change the name etc?

 

In options/custom encoding, it gives me the option to change to Dolby but this doesn't seem to impact the file that I'm trying to change!

Any ideas

When you click the Edit button there is a description of the video and audio that appears near the top of the window. If the audio is PCM then the exporting of video won't work because of a bug in Toast. Hopefully this is something that will be fixed soon with an update. When MPEGs have multiple audio formats a button appears next the "audio" that lets you select which format you want - such as PCM or AC-3 if those are the choices. But home-made DVDs don't have multiple audio formats so you won't see that button.

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