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Burning Blu-rays With Toast 9.02

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Hi all. I have a Mac Book duo core 2 Ghz, 22b or ram a lacie blu-ray burner and I used Final Cut express to edit the video. I shot the video on a sony hdr-hc5 and rendered it as a 1280x720 .mov file. Toast 9 runs through the encoding process and writes something to the bd-re disk but near the end I get error -39 and a message that mac os could not complete the command. My blu-ray player (sony) plays the video, the image quality is amazing, but its jumpy. It will play 5 seconds of video, then jump ahead to something else, then look like a slide show. It also lists the disk as a bd-rom. Can anyone help? Thank you in advance.

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I suspect that the playback problems are related to the error encountered during burning. I would test a smaller amount of video with cheaper media (like DVD media) and see if you can successfully burn that way.

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I tried setting up a blu-ray project with a 4 minute clip .mov file at 1280x720 on a dvd-r disk. It started the write process and got the following message:

 

The drive reported an error

sense key = hardware error

sense code = 0x90, 0x90

Track following error

 

I'll see if there's any drive updates on the lacie site.

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