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Toast 9 Keeps Shutting Down





I am a complete novice here. I have read everything I could before I wanted to bother anyone with this question or questions actually. I have a Mac OS X 10.5.5 system.


I have tried several different dvds to see if it was just the dvd I was having issues with. But it has happened with all. I have used MTR for a family dvd that I wanted to share with my family. I needed to use MTR. It created the the Video_TS Folder. When I dragged it into the DVD-Video discs from VIDEO_TS folders it shows the size as being 7.6 GB. I checked off the Use fit to DVD video compression. It still shows at the bottom 7.6GB. Not sure if it should show less once checked? I have 75Gb disc space available on my computer.


When I hit the red record button it looks like it is going to work then I get a message that I have inserted a blank dvd and to choose an action from the pop-up menu or click ignore. my options are Open Finder, Open IDVD, Open ITunes, Open disk utility or open other application Toast Titanium. and the other message that pops up behind that is The application Toast Titanium quit unexpectedly after it was launched. Option to ignore , report or relaunch.


I am now at my wits end and looking for any guidance on how to proceed. I appreciate any help any of you can share.


UPDATE: I just installed the upgrade to 9.0.4 It looks like this might have corrected the problem. If not, I will be back.

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The message that appeared when you inserted the blank disc comes from a setting in the CDs and DVDs panel in System Preferences. It is coming from the OS and not Toast. The correct choice is to click Ignore.


I recommend choosing Save as Disc Image rather than clicking the burn button. That way you can check that everything is okay by previewing the mounted disc image in DVD Player before burning the DVD. Choose the disc image using the Image File setting in the Copy window when you want to burn the DVD.


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