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Glitch Problem Toast 9.04


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Hi,

I have recently upgraded from Toast 9 to Toast 9.04. I tried to use the DVD video option to create a single DVD from 6 Video TS folders. I was able to use the menu selection option which I need, but unfortunately during playback there were glitches and even words missing.

 

I can create a single DVD from the 6 Video TS folders which plays back perfectly using the Video TS option, but there is no way of adding a menu.

 

With Toast 6 I was able to use the DVD video option with no problems at all.

 

Any help would be great.

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In Toast 9 you need to use the Media Browser to extract the videos from the VIDEO_TS folders that you want to use in a compilation with menu. Choose Video Files as the setting in the Video window. Place the VIDEO_TS folder on the desktop or in the Movies folder. Choose DVD with the top button of the Media browser and in a few seconds something will appear in the window. You can double-click on that to see each title included in the VIDEO_TS. Drag what you want to the Video window. Do the same for the other VIDEO_TS folders. When you are done with the extractions you can proceed with setting up your menu and burning your compilation DVD.

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Hi,

Thanks for the reply. My video quality seems improving since I followed your advised but there is still a glitches when the movie scene changing quickly and still alittle jump or skip scene in the movie.

 

Hope you can give me an advise again.

 

Thanks

 

 

 

 

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Hi,

Thanks for the reply. My video quality seems improving since I followed your advised but there is still a glitches when the movie scene changing quickly and still alittle jump or skip scene in the movie.

 

Hope you can give me an advise again.

 

Thanks

If you are starting with video from a VIDEO_TS folder then Toast should be doing nothing to change the video quality. You should be seeing "Multiplexing" when you click the burn button and not "Encoding". Are you seeing "Multiplexing" or is it "Encoding"?

 

You say you are adding videos from six VIDEO_TS folders to Toast. How long are those videos? Do they all fit on a single-layer disc? Are you using a good-quality brand of DVD media?

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Hi,

I am extracting Video_TS folder to Toast 9.4(DVD-Video option) from my desktop using media browser option. There are 6 Video_TS folder (6 movie) which each of them last between 5 to 14 minutes( total movies around 35 min) and using 2.3 GB of space on the DVD Disk.

 

When I pressed record button, Toast started with Encoding, but only when I burn the second DVD Toast started with Multiplexing.

 

I am using high quality DVD Disk plus and minus where so far I have already throwing around 15 Disk in the bin.

 

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Hi,

I am extracting Video_TS folder to Toast 9.4(DVD-Video option) from my desktop using media browser option. There are 6 Video_TS folder (6 movie) which each of them last between 5 to 14 minutes( total movies around 35 min) and using 2.3 GB of space on the DVD Disk.

 

When I pressed record button, Toast started with Encoding, but only when I burn the second DVD Toast started with Multiplexing.

 

I am using high quality DVD Disk plus and minus where so far I have already throwing around 15 Disk in the bin.

 

Thanks

In most cases Toast automatically multiplexes rather than encodes video such as yours that already is in MPEG 2 format. But there are times when Toast decides to re-encode even when that probably isn't necessary. You can force Toast to multiplex rather than encode those videos by clicking the More button in the lower left part of the Toast window, and then click the Encoder tab and then click the Custom button. In the window that appears click on the button next to Re-encode and then choose Never. Close that window.

 

Now when you click the burn button you should see Toast multiplex all the video files which means Toast is not changing the video file so the picture quality should be the same as the original.

 

 

 

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