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Error -39 When Creating Disk Image


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I have read through other posts about this error message and the standard response is to change the blank media, but I am getting this error message while trying to create a disk image.

 

I am running the latest version of the 10 software.

 

I have taken the following steps to try to alleviate the problem but still get the message:

 

(1) restart the computer

(2) shutdown and restart the computer

(3) drag my VOBs into the Media Tab

(4) import my VOBs via the media browser (then both dragging and using the + button)

(5) re-save each VOB with MPEGStreamclip so Toast reads each VOB on its own rather than as stream.

 

All of these steps and I still get the error 39 message, which seems to happen at the end of the multiplexing process, so Toast doesn't begin the encoding process.

 

This is *not* a commercial rip; it is a recording of a sports program. The DVD is PAL but that shouldn't be a problem. The only thing I can think of is that I dragged and dropped the VOBs from the DVD because it had an RM folder and those folders cause problems for Toast. But I have circumvented the RM folder before by dragging and dropping and never hand any problems as long as the VOBs were fine.

 

Anyone have experience with this quirk and have a recommendation beyond uninstalling and re-installing.

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Toast doesn't like VOBs. You mention many of the options I've suggested but I'm not sure if you executed them correctly. If you still have the DVD or the complete VIDEO_TS folder you can use the DVD setting in the Media Browser to access the titles and extract them by dragging them to the Toast window. Place the VIDEO_TS folder on the desktop so the media browser can see it.

 

In MPEG Streamclip did you choose "Convert to MPEG"? If not, that is what you need to do there.

 

You mention the source is PAL. Are you wanting a PAL DVD disc image or are you wanting something else?

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Toast doesn't like VOBs. You mention many of the options I've suggested but I'm not sure if you executed them correctly. If you still have the DVD or the complete VIDEO_TS folder you can use the DVD setting in the Media Browser to access the titles and extract them by dragging them to the Toast window. Place the VIDEO_TS folder on the desktop so the media browser can see it.

 

In MPEG Streamclip did you choose "Convert to MPEG"? If not, that is what you need to do there.

 

You mention the source is PAL. Are you wanting a PAL DVD disc image or are you wanting something else?

 

Thanks for the reply. I do not want to convert to NTSC so I want to keep a PAL Disc Image, which has never been a problem when I have done this in the past.

 

Usually if there is a problem with the VOB, when I do Save As in MPEGStreamclip the program automatically saves it as an MPG instead of VOB, so that tells me each VOB is fine.

 

I should add that I mis-typed #3 above. I meant to write that I drag the VOB files into the Video Tab, not the Media Tab. When I use the Media Browser, I access the folder that contains the VOBs in the finder of the Media Browser and then import through the Media Browser. Again, I have done this probably 50-60 times in the past with know problems. For some reason Toast has a problem with the VOB. I am going to try to extract on another computer with MacTheRipper using the Main Feature extraction to avoid the RM folder, which Toast rarely seems to like.

 

I'll report back if that works.

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Thanks for the reply. I do not want to convert to NTSC so I want to keep a PAL Disc Image, which has never been a problem when I have done this in the past.

 

Usually if there is a problem with the VOB, when I do Save As in MPEGStreamclip the program automatically saves it as an MPG instead of VOB, so that tells me each VOB is fine.

 

I should add that I mis-typed #3 above. I meant to write that I drag the VOB files into the Video Tab, not the Media Tab. When I use the Media Browser, I access the folder that contains the VOBs in the finder of the Media Browser and then import through the Media Browser. Again, I have done this probably 50-60 times in the past with know problems. For some reason Toast has a problem with the VOB. I am going to try to extract on another computer with MacTheRipper using the Main Feature extraction to avoid the RM folder, which Toast rarely seems to like.

 

I'll report back if that works.

If this ia a video ripped with RipIt then that is the problem. Toast doesn't get along with those.

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