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Toast Quitting On Me Unexpectedly


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I can't seem to burn Video_TS files in Toast. I can't save them as a disk image either. Every time I try to burn I get a "Toast Titanium quit unexpectedly" message". I'm running 9.05. Reading thru the forum, it sounds like this problem was fixed. Any ideas?

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What setting have you selected in Toast before adding the VIDEO_TS folder?

 

Is there anything missing from the VIDEO_TS folder that once was there? Toast reads the IFO file and checks that everything the IFO points to is present.

 

You might try trashing the Toast plist and prefs files in your User>Library>Preferences folder to see if that changes anything.

 

Something else to try is placing the VIDEO_TS folder on the desktop and choosing DVD with the top button of the Toast Media Browser. Select DVD-video as the format in the Video window. Now drag what appears in the browser to the video window to have Toast extract the MPEG2 video files from the VIDEO_TS folder. You also can access the titles and chapter levels within the VIDEO_TS folder using the Media Browser buttons.

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Thanks for responding!

 

I am using "Fit-to_DVD Compression". I was trying to only include the English track and English subtitles.

 

Update... Turns out I can burn a disk image using compression without taking out the extras. So I guess my question is, how do I make a DVD using a Video_TS file and eliminate the extras?

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