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What Is .m4V?



I used a software, Ripit, on a DVD. Usually I'm used to getting a TS file.

I chose this time to compress and rip, (instead of going through popcorn)


This time it gave me a huge 6gb DVD media player document, and also a small .m4v which is 2GB so I'm totally confused. And the .m4v says protected which defeats the purpose of the software.


What are these files? How would one deal with them with Toast. thanks!


PS When did toast 11 come out? and when is Toast 12 projected to come out. thanks.

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I'm sorry but Roxio doesn't allow discussion of matters related to ripped commercial DVDs in the forum so I cannot provide advice about how to work with those videos in Toast. An .m4v file is an MPEG 4 video (whereas a video DVD has MPEG 2 encoding).


Toast 11 is only a few months old. I doubt if Roxio tells anyone when a new version is scheduled for release.

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