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Eyetv To Titanium Dvd


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EyeTV recordings submitted to Toast sometimes contain invisible errors which interrupt the conversion phase partway.Progress at conversion speed is followed by compacting speed blanking. If not manually aborted, Titanium will print a DVD of the part file. The editing process (EyeTV) shows no flaws and no error code is displayed. The source file will play, but I need a procedure to archive, preferably by DVD.

 

I would also like to know if there is some way that Toast could edit for such conditions, giving me the means to find a solution for myself and others.

 

In one case I found an error in the file, but cutting it (by compacting) did not solve the problem. The file looked clean but still aborted in the same way (hence "invisible errors").

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You can edit with Toast instead of editing in the EyeTV application. That may help the situation. Whenever there is a problem with Toast making a video DVD from an EyeTV recording, use EyeTV's export command to save as either an MPEG program stream or MPEG elementary stream. Then add that to Toast. That usually solves any issue. If you choose Elementary stream just add the .m2v file to Toast because Toast will add the audio stream on its own.

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EyeTV recordings submitted to Toast sometimes contain invisible errors which interrupt the conversion phase partway.Progress at conversion speed is followed by compacting speed blanking. If not manually aborted, Titanium will print a DVD of the part file. The editing process (EyeTV) shows no flaws and no error code is displayed. The source file will play, but I need a procedure to archive, preferably by DVD.

 

I would also like to know if there is some way that Toast could edit for such conditions, giving me the means to find a solution for myself and others.

 

In one case I found an error in the file, but cutting it (by compacting) did not solve the problem. The file looked clean but still aborted in the same way (hence "invisible errors").

 

 

Have you tried setting toast to no NO RE-ENCODING ? I edit my eyetvhd files in eyetv then burn it with toast as is , I do not want toast to re-encode the mpg file... saves time and keeps the video at full quality.

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