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10.0.4 burns a Blu-ray for me, and hits FCP markers!


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As in the title - my initial tests indicate Toast v10.0.4 has fixed these two issues! Thanks Roxio!

 

I still need to test behaviour more thoroughly regarding the need for "additional" markers towards the end of a chapter, as my Panasonic BD-35 player won't skip beyond the last marker - so I put a "sacrificial marker" two seconds before the end of the chapter. But I believe that's not a Roxio/Toast issue, rather it might be a Blu-ray disc specification issue, or maybe even a Panasonic issue...

 

Thanks again!

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As in the title - my initial tests indicate Toast v10.0.4 has fixed these two issues! Thanks Roxio!

 

I still need to test behaviour more thoroughly regarding the need for "additional" markers towards the end of a chapter, as my Panasonic BD-35 player won't skip beyond the last marker - so I put a "sacrificial marker" two seconds before the end of the chapter. But I believe that's not a Roxio/Toast issue, rather it might be a Blu-ray disc specification issue, or maybe even a Panasonic issue...

 

Thanks again!

 

 

Thank-you Roxio for the very fast fix on the Blu-Ray bug and in bonus the chapters markers working from FCP.

 

Thank also to you moobile for your help in testing the new version of Toast 10.0.4.

 

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Thank also to you moobile for your help in testing the new version of Toast 10.0.4.

 

Yes, thank you mooblie for the quick test results. It saves a lot of time and effort for many of us. I really appreciate this!

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Mooblie, how is the conversion speed of the 10.0.4? Did you notice speed improvement?

I wouldn't swear to this but: I believe 10.0.4 was slightly slower than 10.0.3 at converting from Apple ProRes422 to Blu-ray. 10.0.3 took 2.0x realtime on my Mac, but 10.0.4 took 2.7x realtime. I couldn't say I noticed any difference in quality - at 25Mbps they're both equally good!

 

Maybe 10.0.4 is a little slower, as it's looking for FCP markers?? :)

 

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BTW: Re markers:

 

Further testing has shown that the problem I had earlier of Toast missing the first marker in a chapter seems to have been fixed too - I no longer need the "sacrificial" marker two seconds from the START of the chapter for Toast to ignore.

 

I do, however, as mentioned in my first post above, still need the marker two seconds in from the END of the chapter, so my Panasonic BD-35 will will behave properly when using skip forward (>>|) after the last marker - it then goes to the next chapter effectively. Without this marker two seconds in from the end, pressing >>| gives an "operation not available" message on my BD-35.

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So, overall I'm happy with 10.0.4: thanks again Roxio!

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