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Followed the easy setup buttons in Toast 11 to create a high definition dvd for use in my Philips Blu-Ray player. I used the mts files from my sony camcorder. Roxio Toast 11 seemed to deal with the files quite well, playing them back smoothly and what not. When I hit the red burn button, the program muxed the files, created what looks like a properly formatted Blu-ray file system on a dvd, but when I tried playing it on my blu-ray player it says the disk is unsupported. I am quite new to the hi-def scene as far as building disks goes. Any information would be appreciated, as I am unable to find much, and yes, I bought the blu-ray plug in for Toast when I purchased it.

 

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Followed the easy setup buttons in Toast 11 to create a high definition dvd for use in my Philips Blu-Ray player. I used the mts files from my sony camcorder. Roxio Toast 11 seemed to deal with the files quite well, playing them back smoothly and what not. When I hit the red burn button, the program muxed the files, created what looks like a properly formatted Blu-ray file system on a dvd, but when I tried playing it on my blu-ray player it says the disk is unsupported. I am quite new to the hi-def scene as far as building disks goes. Any information would be appreciated, as I am unable to find much, and yes, I bought the blu-ray plug in for Toast when I purchased it.

 

Thanks,

 

Steven

Toast creates an AVCHD blu ray disc. Your blu ray player may not support this particular "flavor" of blu ray. My Sony, and Samsung players can play discs created in Toast, but my neighbor's Panasonic can't (unsupported format.) Check the documentation that came with your Phillips player to see whether it can play the AVCHD format.

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Followed the easy setup buttons in Toast 11 to create a high definition dvd for use in my Philips Blu-Ray player. I used the mts files from my sony camcorder. Roxio Toast 11 seemed to deal with the files quite well, playing them back smoothly and what not. When I hit the red burn button, the program muxed the files, created what looks like a properly formatted Blu-ray file system on a dvd, but when I tried playing it on my blu-ray player it says the disk is unsupported. I am quite new to the hi-def scene as far as building disks goes. Any information would be appreciated, as I am unable to find much, and yes, I bought the blu-ray plug in for Toast when I purchased it.

 

Thanks,

 

Steven

 

Make sure you're in a DVD-Video project and select High-Definition DVD in the options area, as opposed to being in an actual Blu-ray project and burning to DVD.

 

Blu-ray projects loaded onto a DVD are commonly referred to as BD5 (or BD9 for dual layer), but aren't a true spec even though some players play them. For best results, the actual high-definition DVD project should work for you (hopefully).

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I,too, am having problems creating a HiDef DVD on my Mac, Snow Leopard, Toast 11. I am trying to just do a slide show, but get an Mac OS return error when I try to burn the disk. I tried both +R and -R SL disks. There is a pittance of actual slide data(<1GB), no audio track, no frills. The files are all either JPEG or TIFF files. The error is Result code 1852402768, if that helps. MAC does not have a listing for that code.

 

Any Hints, Please. It is a HiDef to DVD project, slides only.

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