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96/24 Music Dvd Writing Causes Crash


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I'm trying to write a set of 96kbps/24-bit wave files as a music DVD, using the custom settings menu to burn them as 96/24 audio tracks. When trying to write the disc, after encoding the first track, Toast will crash. Using any other settings for *output* of the wave (for example, using custom settings to have it downconvert the files to 48/24) will work well, so it doesn't seem to have a problem with the input files. What could be wrong here? I have the MacOS crash info if it's needed.

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