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Toast 10.0.2, Bluray Discs From Qt Mov Files Pcm Audio


Hey, gang,

I continue to use Toast 10.0.2 version on my PowerBook G4 with a Lacie BD external burner, works just fine (except for the illusive chapter markers, of course). Still takes me 26 to 30 hours to burn 90 minute BD-Rs from my QT movie files exported from Final Cut Studio. Curious, I've been burning them with Dolby stereo instead of PCM, and was wondering, if the Samsung BD-P1200 player downsamples to PCM for the HDMI connection to my LCD, would there be any time saving or quality improvement in the audio if I set Toast to burn to BD-R with PCM audio instead of Dolby Stereo? Just curious...

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