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.dat File Isn't Converted By Toast10


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I tried to convert a video files from VCD, which .DAT is its extension. And it doesn't work.

 

I've got "Couldn't complete the last command because of a Mac OS Error

Result Code = -208 " as an error message.

 

What should I do for solving this?

I'm using Leopard - QuickTime 7.6, and this problem didn't occur while I used Toast 9.

 

Thank you

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I'm sorry, I didn't give enough information about this problem.

 

I have a .DAT file, which is from VCD. I want to convert this file to iPhone by using Toast Titanium 10.

After that, it shows me an error immediately like I mentioned-"Couldn't complete the last command because of a Mac OS Error

Result Code = -208 ".

 

After that, I tried to make a DVD video or any kinds of video with .DAT files. It also shows the same error-"Couldn't complete the last command because of a Mac OS Error Result Code = -208 ".

 

However, my Toast works with all of another file extension.

 

The problem above I hadn't met this error when I used Toast 9.

 

Thank you again.

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So you're saying you don't have the VCD? In order to use the DAT file it needs to be converted to mpeg which Toast does the way I described from a VCD or a mounted VCD disc image. As you've seen, you can't use a DAT file dragged into Toast.

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Insert your VCD and choose Disc Info from the Recorder menu. In the window that appears there will be a button for extracting the MPEG video file from the VCD. You can then use that extracted MPEG file in Toast.

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