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Hi guys, first post and yes, have a problem.

 

I have purchased Toast 9, updated to the latest version 9.0.4 I believe for my iMac, I have burned a couple of DVD's no issues there. I have imported and edited EyeTV files using the Toast Video Player, and no issues there.

 

My problem is this, when I have done all my editing of my EyeTV shows, and want to burn to DVD format, I would like to be able to first do it to my Hard Drive and NOT the disk. This way, I can test ands check it is how I want it, BEFORE I waste/ use a DVD disk.

 

I do not seem to be able to find where you can do this assuming you can. To me it is a basic function to write VIDEO_TS files to a folder on the Hard Drive, but I cannot figure out if it can be done with this program.

 

Can anyone shed some light on this for me please.

 

Thanks

Cage123au

 

PS - I am currently reading the manual, and did a quick look through the Forum, but could not find anything.

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Near the burn button there is a button titled Save as Disc Image. This saves a .toast file to your hard drive. You can mount the disc image file by control-clicking on it in the Finder and choosing Mount It from the contextual menu or by selecting it using the Image File setting in the Toast Copy window. The mounted disc image plays in DVD Player the same as inserting a DVD.

 

Burn the disc image to DVD using the Image File setting in the Copy window.

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