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Question About The "play All Items Continuously" Option In Video Mode


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Hello can anyone tell me if Toast 10 has modified the "Play all items continuously" option under the Video area yet?

I've been hoping for years that every time the next version of Toast comes out it would yes let you play all the titles continuously but then go back to the menu when finished instead of repeating forever. Most DVD Recorders do this but up through Toast 9 there are just 2 options: play all titles then repeat forever OR play 1 title then back to menu.

 

Has this been changed yet? I can't find out anything online about it.

 

 

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It is the same.

 

However, you can edit the IFO file yourself using MyDVDEdit. The steps involve Saving as a Disc Image in Toast, copying the VIDEO_TS folder from the mounted disc image to the Finder and using Get Info to change the permissions on the VIDEO_TS folder and its contents to read and write.

 

When that is done open the VIDEO_TS with MyDVDEdit and click on the last VTS title. Select the Post Commands tab and click on the arrow next to Line 3. Change that setting to Jump/Call / Call FirstPlay / Call resume 1. Then Save. In the File menu there is an option for Test with DVD Player.

 

Assuming it works the way you want in DVD Player you can now burn the VIDEO_TS folder to DVD using the VIDEO_TS Folders setting in the Toast Video window or the DVD-rom (UDF) setting in the Toast Data window.

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