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Unable To Burn A Dvd Using Video Ts Folder


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I bought a Macbook pro few months back and recently bought the Toast 10 software. I am trying to burn a DVD which is currently in PAL format and I am trying to make a copy of the DVD in NTSC format. I copied all the files from the Video TS folder (VBO file extension) and during burning I get the following error. ""Could not record the disc because a file couldn't be found Result Code = -43". I am using a Sony blank DVD R. Any help would be appreciated.

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The way to do this is to place the VIDEO_TS folder on the desktop or in the Movies folder. Choose DVD with the top button of the Toast Media Browser. Choose DVD video as the format in the Video window. Double click on what appears in the browser window to see the different titles in the VIDEO_TS folder. Drag what you want to the main window and Toast extracts the video from the VIDEO_TS folder. Now set up the menu the way you want and choose Save as Disc Image. Of course, make sure Toast preferences is set to NTSC. When the disc image file is done burn it to disc using the Image File setting in the Copy window.

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The way to do this is to place the VIDEO_TS folder on the desktop or in the Movies folder. Choose DVD with the top button of the Toast Media Browser. Choose DVD video as the format in the Video window. Double click on what appears in the browser window to see the different titles in the VIDEO_TS folder. Drag what you want to the main window and Toast extracts the video from the VIDEO_TS folder. Now set up the menu the way you want and choose Save as Disc Image. Of course, make sure Toast preferences is set to NTSC. When the disc image file is done burn it to disc using the Image File setting in the Copy window.

 

 

Hey - I think my recent post is touching on the same issue discussed here. I'm unclear as to what you mean by "Drag what you want [from the VIDEO_TS folder]. Aren't all of the files in there needed? Sorry to be nosy. Trying to learn.

 

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Hey - I think my recent post is touching on the same issue discussed here. I'm unclear as to what you mean by "Drag what you want [from the VIDEO_TS folder]. Aren't all of the files in there needed? Sorry to be nosy. Trying to learn.

 

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You aren't dragging from the VIDEO_TS folder. You are dragging from the Toast Media Browser. This causes Toast to extract the MPEG 2 video from the VIDEO_TS folder as a single file.

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You aren't dragging from the VIDEO_TS folder. You are dragging from the Toast Media Browser. This causes Toast to extract the MPEG 2 video from the VIDEO_TS folder as a single file.

 

OK I am new too and also trying to learn. I am trying to copy / burn a (legally purchased by me) video but am getting the following message. "The disc is CSS encrypted,Region 2,5 and cannot be copied" Is there any way around this?

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OK I am new too and also trying to learn. I am trying to copy / burn a (legally purchased by me) video but am getting the following message. "The disc is CSS encrypted,Region 2,5 and cannot be copied" Is there any way around this?

Sorry, we aren't allowed to discuss ways to do this in the Roxio forums. It touches on some legal matters when the source is copy protected.

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