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Toast 10, ANY VIDEO to Ps3 Compression Incompatibility (Not Resolved)


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Hi everyone!

 

The last POST about this problem was wrote 28 May 2009....

 

It will do near a year now taht we have the same problem.

 

Here is the real problem...

 

If you take a Video_TS folder ( Or any other file ) that is not protected and you open Toast 10. click on the Conversion tab, Video_TS Folder ( Or other video files ), and drag and drop your folder (or files) there.... (Until there everything is OK! )

 

Now you push the big RED button on the lower right ( Burn Button )

 

The window appear and you select The kind of file you want.... So you put:

 

For Playstation 3

Quality High ( Best )

 

Now all we have to do is press the convert button and it will do the jobe done by it self ( What it shoul be done )....

 

The real problem is that When we use our PS3.... It wont see the file... It see all other AVI and MPG files but not the M4V file that Toast have created with the setting for PS3 at high quality...

 

Does any body got a solution to make it REALLY compatible to PS3....

 

I got a Xbox 360 too and i can see all my video with it but i hate Microsoft and i want to use my PS3 at least...

 

I've look all over the web and nobody seams to get a solution.

I have a Mac PPC so i can't do transcoding cause it's not Intel.

 

Please help me and all others to make the world be more simple!

 

Think Different!

 

Thank's

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