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Error - 18771 Toast Titanium 10.0.8! Help Me!


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Hello everyone!

I write from Italy, excuse my English...

 

I have Toast Titanium 10.0.8 on a Mac Intel 2.8 Ghz with 16 Gb. RAM and Mac OS 10.6.6.

 

Recently I've had to burn a file .mkv (..compressed video of a blue-ray) with these features:

 

Video: AVC/H.264, 1920 x 816, 23.98 fps.

Audio: DTS, 5.1, 48000 Hz.

 

Once you add to Toast Titanium the file ".mkv" occupying 21.81 GB on a Blu-ray for a total duration of two hours and six minutes.

 

I started burning a Blu-ray 25 GB as usual after a few minutes and came out the following error message:

 

"... Error - 18771 - Unable to burn the disc. Is a problem with the source material .."

 

Abstract.

I've never had problems burning files .mkv to Blu-ray, is the first time I get this error 18771 ...

 

Using a Blu-ray writer of LaCie, I bought recently and I can not understand on what could depend on the error.

 

Some of you know what that is?

Could you please help me and advise me what to do?

 

Best regards.

 

Francesco Indiveri

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I'm having the same problem. I have two hours long iMovie project which I divided into hour long each so that it will fit into DL DVD in HD format. First project encoded fine in toast 10.0.8 after multiple tries. Second project is giving me continuos error - 18771. It's getting a bit frustrating as to why project 1 exported movie encoded fine in toast and why the second project which I exported using the same setting as project one is giving me continuos error at 15% and sometimes at 20%. Has any one else ran into this problem and could share a possible fix?

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I'm having the same problem. I have two hours long iMovie project which I divided into hour long each so that it will fit into DL DVD in HD format. First project encoded fine in toast 10.0.8 after multiple tries. Second project is giving me continuos error - 18771. It's getting a bit frustrating as to why project 1 exported movie encoded fine in toast and why the second project which I exported using the same setting as project one is giving me continuos error at 15% and sometimes at 20%. Has any one else ran into this problem and could share a possible fix?

Don't have an answer for you. Have you tried quitting Toast and relaunching before doing the second video? Have you accessed the iMovie using "Movies" with the top button of the Toast Media Browser? If you do the latter you don't need to export the movie from iMovie. You also don't need to split it in half in iMovie because you can use Toast's editor to select the portion you want to use.

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As a new member I would like to say hello, i have been a fan of toast ever since the early years, but I find it unbelievable that toast 10 does not work out of the box. I too have been having the same problem when trying to burn a blu ray disc from a standard dvd recorder, I get the same error 18771.

I have had the programme for 3 weeks and as yet been unable to burn a blue ray disc.

The good news is after many hours of trying I find the following settings worked for me, I have burned many dvd's of varying lengths with no problems.

 

Open Toast

Bottom left window, Choose Custom

Click More Button

Click Encoding

Set to the following

File Mpeg-4AVC

Average bit rate 11.5

Maximum bit rate 11.5

Motion best

Reencoding Auto

Field Dominance Proggresive

Screen Ratio 16x9

Audio PMC

48 Kkh 16 bit Stereo

 

I do not have a clue why this works for me, but it does. Not sure how much it reduces the quality, but the results look great.

I have paid £80 for this brand new product, that does not work from the box, and I am bitterly disappointed.

 

Sorry to be so negative with my first post, but that is the way I feel.

 

Mike

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