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Avchd On Dvd Played On Ps3 - Gaps Between Titles


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I have a Sony HDR-SR11 that records in AVCHD. I can drag the .mts files off the camera and into Toast and burn a Blu-ray video disc on DVD. The disc almost plays 100% perfectly in my PS3, with one exception. Each .mts file seems to be turned into a title within one chapter on the DVD. When the PS3 goes from one title to the next, there is a 1-2 second delay. Is there any way to have it play back seamlessly? Would this be an issue with Toast or with the PS3?

 

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Hello,

 

I have a Sony HDR-SR11 that records in AVCHD. I can drag the .mts files off the camera and into Toast and burn a Blu-ray video disc on DVD. The disc almost plays 100% perfectly in my PS3, with one exception. Each .mts file seems to be turned into a title within one chapter on the DVD. When the PS3 goes from one title to the next, there is a 1-2 second delay. Is there any way to have it play back seamlessly? Would this be an issue with Toast or with the PS3?

 

Thanks.

 

1) Toast 9 does not have the ability to add multiple MTS files (or any video source) as a single video title

2) I'm seeing similar behavior of delays when switching from one title to the next - on discs created not only by Toast

 

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