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Blu-Ray tracks don't play


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I was making a test disc, and added several .avc files to the list for Blu-Ray video.

 

There were 4 files in the list. Only the first file plays. In fact, my player doesn't even show any further files as being available to play. Each file was 50 min., and my player shows the total length of time to be 50 min.

 

I made sure to check Play All Items Continuously.

 

What am I doing wrong?

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I was making a test disc, and added several .avc files to the list for Blu-Ray video.

 

There were 4 files in the list. Only the first file plays. In fact, my player doesn't even show any further files as being available to play. Each file was 50 min., and my player shows the total length of time to be 50 min.

 

I made sure to check Play All Items Continuously.

 

What am I doing wrong?

 

1) Make sure you're using the update we posted today, we added some fixes:

http://www.roxio.com/enu/support/toast/sof...updatesv10.html

 

2) If you're in a Blu-ray project, make sure the disc gauge has BD selected before clicking the record button

 

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1) Make sure you're using the update we posted today, we added some fixes:

http://www.roxio.com/enu/support/toast/sof...updatesv10.html

 

2) If you're in a Blu-ray project, make sure the disc gauge has BD selected before clicking the record button

 

I just did, thanks. I'll give that a try.

 

Did the update include that as an issue it's fixed?

 

As far 2), yes, I had done that. There is no specific listing for BD-RE, which is what I was using. Could that be the issue?

 

Also, I had placed a 10 sec. .avc file of nothing but black as a spacer before the main file, and I had made sure there was 10 sec. of silence as an .ac3 file of the same exact name to go with it, so there would be an audio track for the spacer. Those also didn't play...?

 

So I guess I'm still pretty confused.

 

Thanks again.

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>> Did the update include that as an issue it's fixed?

 

For some players....

 

>> As far 2), yes, I had done that. There is no specific listing for BD-RE, which is what I was using. Could that be the issue?

 

No - as long as the BD option is selected it authors a BD disc (vs selecting DVD which authors AVCHD).

 

 

 

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>> Did the update include that as an issue it's fixed?

 

For some players....

 

>> As far 2), yes, I had done that. There is no specific listing for BD-RE, which is what I was using. Could that be the issue?

 

No - as long as the BD option is selected it authors a BD disc (vs selecting DVD which authors AVCHD).

 

Ok. I'll give it a try :)

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