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Incorrect Size Reported For Iso Images - Audio Folder Still Ignored

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A consistent problem which has not been resolved in 9.02, I have an ISO image of a DVD I have used regularly with Toast 8. When I try and burn it with Toast 9 it reports only the size of the VIDEO_TS folder as the total size required but leaves out the AUDIO_TS folder requirement. This ISO has Dolby, DTS and MLP Audio Tracks and the Audio folder is 1.58 GB while the Video TS folder is 1.85 GB. Toast 8 reports the space required as 3.43 GB while Toast 9 shows the requirement as 1.85 GB. Toast 9 does however burn the image correctly as a 3.43 GB disk.

 

Is anyone else seeing incorrect size requirements?

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Have you tried choose DVD-Rom as the format in the Data window, adding your content there from the DVD and burning a new disc?

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Have you tried choose DVD-Rom as the format in the Data window, adding your content there from the DVD and burning a new disc?

 

I have tried this and the correct size is reported. This 3.6 GB project also burns correctly in toast 9.02 as does the ISO I started with. If however I make an image file of the DVD ROM instead of burning a disc Toast 9.02 still reports the incorrect size when I use this new image file with the disc copy function. I reported this issue originally because it is a serious bug in Toast 9, others may have problems with the burn process failing at 99% because the required size was underestimated. The size is estimated correctly in Toast 8.

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Has this issue been addressed? It is hit and miss for me. It is difficult to decide how to encode video or that I can get a certain amount of time on the disc. It takes 4 - 6hours to encode to MPeg4 of the length of an hour. Will the next service fix resolve this. Toast is great when it works. Unfortunately that is a minority of the time and I don't know until it has taken hours to encode video.

 

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