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Burning Blu-Ray Discs


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I have attempted my first Blu-Ray burn in Toast 11 Pro and I'm having an issue where the disc seems to write normally until the process reaches 99%. It then indicates that there is no time left in the burn process, but it doesn't reach 100%. The 'pause' and 'cancel' buttons are still present. Of course, when I click on 'cancel', the process stops, but the disc is not playable on a Blu-Ray player. Has anyone else experienced this? I've tried this three times and have yet to complete a successful burn.

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I am working with a high end Imac and Toast 11 and have the exact same problem - at 99% the process becomes stalled and I have to force quit Toast 11 in order to eject the DVD media. The encoding and write process is also VERY slow. This procedure worked fairly consistently in Toast 10. Note: I am burning to the same Imation DVD-R media that I have used for short Blu-Ray burns in Toast 10. I hope Roxio cares enough about it's customers to work out the bugs on this and many other issues. Upgrading Toast is beginning to look like a risky business at best. Wish I had a suggestion but I don't at this point.

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If you choose Save as Disc Image instead of clicking the burn button, and then burn the disc image using the Image File setting in the Copy window does the burn still halt at 99%? You can choose Save as Disc Image either from the File menu or by choosing it in the popup window that appears when clicking on the name of the disc drive at the bottom of the Toast window.

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