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Toast 11 Creator 2011 Compatibility


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If a BD-r disk is burned by Toast 11 on a Mac, can it be read

by a videoplayer on Creator 2011 on a PC with blu-ray optical drive ?

 

For example, if I created a disc image of an h.264 video with Toast 11,

would that disc image be played by Creator 2011 on a PC ?

 

How about Real Player or VLC ?

 

thanks very much for any insight on this

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VLC should be able to play the \BDMV\STREAM\zzzzz.m2ts file(s), where zzzzz is a five digit number.

 

Um am not that up to speed as you.

 

What does this mean?

"VLC should be able to play the \BDMV\STREAM\zzzzz.m2ts file(s), where zzzzz is a five digit number."

 

Also, do you know if Creator 2011 would play Toast 11 burned disc images ?

 

thanks again

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The video content of a Blu-ray disc in stored in .m2ts files. To find these files on a disc, navigate to the BDMV folder, open it, navigate to the STREAM folder, open it, and find the .m2ts files there.

VLC does not play a Blu-ray disc as a whole, with menus and such. But it can play the individual video files of which it is made.

 

Also, do you know if Creator 2011 would play Toast 11 burned disc images ?

I do not know the answer to that, so I skipped that question. But I would think it is likely.

 

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