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Toast 11 Crashes When Compressing Video_Ts


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Hi!

 

When I try to compress a VIDEO_TS folder into single layer-format, Toast crashes every time.

I had the same problem with Toast 10 and was really expecting some changes when Toast 11 arrived but...

 

This is so annoying!... A clue Anyone?...

 

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Hi!

 

When I try to compress a VIDEO_TS folder into single layer-format, Toast crashes every time.

I had the same problem with Toast 10 and was really expecting some changes when Toast 11 arrived but...

 

This is so annoying!... A clue Anyone?...

 

/F

Just to make sure I'm trying the same thing, did you deselect any content from the source VIDEO_TS or were you compressing the entire contents?

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Just to make sure I'm trying the same thing, did you deselect any content from the source VIDEO_TS or were you compressing the entire contents?

 

Hi DG!

 

I do the usual... Main feature only with Main Feature language (normaly English)...

 

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Hi DG!

 

I do the usual... Main feature only with Main Feature language (normaly English)...

 

:-) F

I gave it a go and it is working the same as with Toast 10.0.8. That is to say, it only works when doing a compressing the entire VIDEO_TS folder contents without deselecting anything. In my case I got the error message I received with Toast 10.0.8 rather than a crash. Interestingly Toast only accepted the VIDEO_TS folder when it was on my startup drive. When I tried to add it from an external drive Toast stalled with the spinning ball and I had to force quit the application.

 

It is possible to select individual titles from a VIDEO_TS folder if there is not going to be any compression selected.

 

There are two options: One is to include everything and the fit-to-DVD compression will work. The other is to choose DVD Video as the format in the Video window and drag in the VIDEO_TS folder. After a brief wait a window opens that lets you select which titles/chapters/audio tracks/segments you want on your DVD. Select the main title and add it to the Video window. Set up a menu to have the information you want (or choose No menus) and choose Save as Disc Image (from the File menu or from the Destination button at the bottom). When that is done select the disc image using the Image File setting in the Copy window. When you click the burn button Toast will ask if you want this on a single-layer or dual-layer disc. Choose single-layer and you'll have your main-title-only single-layer DVD.

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Thanks Tsantee!...

 

It´s so frustrating. This malfunction has been there since 10.0.7??? Why don't they do anything about it?

Oki... I'll try to downgrade to a fully functioning version (10.0.?) and bring this to Roxio support.

Again... Thanks for You're help Tsantee!...

 

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Thanks Tsantee!...

 

It´s so frustrating. This malfunction has been there since 10.0.7??? Why don't they do anything about it?

Oki... I'll try to downgrade to a fully functioning version (10.0.?) and bring this to Roxio support.

Again... Thanks for You're help Tsantee!...

 

:-) F

Yes, it is amazing this hasn't been fixed. Still, I like the workaround because it creates a menu.

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Yes, it is amazing this hasn't been fixed. Still, I like the workaround because it creates a menu.

 

:(

 

I have reported this to the dev team and will look into it.

 

Thanks!

 

Ivan

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Is this the same problem I'm having??? I'm trying to convert Video_TS files to MPEG-4 files and I get the spinning wheel of death and I have force quit the program.

 

Is there a similar work around?

 

I'm new to Macs, but it shouldn't be this hard for such an established program, should it?

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated!!

 

(Navid)

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Is this the same problem I'm having??? I'm trying to convert Video_TS files to MPEG-4 files and I get the spinning wheel of death and I have force quit the program.

 

Is there a similar work around?

 

I'm new to Macs, but it shouldn't be this hard for such an established program, should it?

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated!!

 

(Navid)

It may be the same problem. Choose Video Files as the format in the convert window. Add the VIDEO_TS folder and you should get a window where you can select the titles you want included. After making this selection that title should appear in the main window and the export should proceed. You also should be able to select titles using the DVD setting in the Video tab of the Media Browser if the VIDEO_TS folder is on the desktop or in the Movies folder.

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The issue relating to Toast either crashing when deselecting specific movies or extras in Convert projects, or presenting an error dialog referencing an error occurring when recompressing the video appears to be specific to VIDEO_TS folders created by the RipIt software. We're still looking into how to resolve this....

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