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Has The Dreaded -18771 Error Bug Been Fixed In Toast 11?


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I was about to create a question here with almost exactly this title. I never found -18771 to be as predictable as you seemed to, having it appear sometimes even with very short clips. Quite arbitrary too; I had a clip fail, added two seconds of black to either end of it, and then Toast "liked it" and functioned as it should. Infuriating, and pretty much the only reason for me to have bought Toast. Burning AVCHD full HD clips onto standard DVD with Blu-ray compatibility is a great feature...on the occasions when it actually works.

 

So, does anyone have any feedback as to whether this has been fixed in 11?

 

Thanks.

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I was about to create a question here with almost exactly this title. I never found -18771 to be as predictable as you seemed to, having it appear sometimes even with very short clips. Quite arbitrary too; I had a clip fail, added two seconds of black to either end of it, and then Toast "liked it" and functioned as it should. Infuriating, and pretty much the only reason for me to have bought Toast. Burning AVCHD full HD clips onto standard DVD with Blu-ray compatibility is a great feature...on the occasions when it actually works.

 

So, does anyone have any feedback as to whether this has been fixed in 11?

 

Thanks.

 

I think it's fixed. However, it's been replaced by equally frustrating bugs like burns hanging at 99%.

Steve

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I have this one on my laptop and I do have the same error. Again they said it was fixed but haven't made a success burning BluRay discs.

 

It sucks that I'm having this problems, some people also and some don't. I wonder if Roxio is really reading our posts here and making notes of what bugs are there in the software.

 

I have re-installed their software for dozens of times now. Still want to know if I can use this more often than not. :glare:

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I would like to know as well. Be nice if Roxio keeps us updated on this issue....

 

I don't think anyone from Roxio reads any of our posts :(

I love Toast 11 Titanium Pro but it is not capable of burning BluRay discs as advertised.

Dan

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Yes.

 

Yes, the dreaded error -18771 has been fixed in Toast 11. I never thought I would live to see the day. But I have just burned several discs of varying lengths, all with complete success.

 

I upgraded to Toast 11 Pro, and can now CONSISTENTLY burn HD video to standard DVDs for Blu-ray players.

 

It now actually works. Who says miracles never happen?

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Please remind me what source and steps result in that error.

Importing any HDV quicktime movie self contained from FCP greater than 5-8 minutes in length. It encodes about 50% and then get error message. Is a problem in Toast 10.0.3-10.0.8 but earlier versions of toast had no problems encoding. I was trying to produce AVCHD blu-ray on DVD 5 discs which was the whole point of buying toast in the first place for me.

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