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Dvd Closed Caption?


nperei

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Hi,

I am wondering if anyone who own Toast 10 can tell me if Toast 10 preserve Closed Caption when burn into DVD (not subtile)? I use AVCVideoCap to capture from Comcast DVR. I did 2 mins HD show. I own toast 9(bought 2 months ago). Toast Video Player was really nice and it show Closed Caption from show I captured from comcast DVR. I have tried burn to DVD. Toast 9 doesn't preserve Closed Caption for DVD. I'm wondering if anyone experience or will to try out test?

 

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Nelson

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Hi,

I am wondering if anyone who own Toast 10 can tell me if Toast 10 preserve Closed Caption when burn into DVD (not subtile)? I use AVCVideoCap to capture from Comcast DVR. I did 2 mins HD show. I own toast 9(bought 2 months ago). Toast Video Player was really nice and it show Closed Caption from show I captured from comcast DVR. I have tried burn to DVD. Toast 9 doesn't preserve Closed Caption for DVD. I'm wondering if anyone experience or will to try out test?

 

Thanks

Nelson

 

 

Hi Nelson,

 

I am having the same problem with Toast 10. I've been reading post all over the net for two days to find a resolution. Some have said you cannot preserve CC when you burn to a DVD. I opened a trouble ticket with Roxio. I'll let you know what happens.

 

 

Mark

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