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Can't Finish Burning Blu-Ray


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Hello,

 

I have an iMac running Snow Leopard. I have a OWC Pioneer Blu-Ray burner. I'm using Toast 11.

 

I want to burn multiple .mov files that are backup from MiniDV cassettes.

 

I use the MAC and PC option for burning because I want to burn multiple cassettes (each 14 gb) and don't want to loose so much space on each Blu-ray disc. I use the "span" thing.

 

I have an error message at the end of burning of each disc. Can't remember the number and since I've lost 3 blu-ray discs, don't want to try it again...

 

When I try to read my blu-ray, it seems that some of the files are corrupted and some are not.

 

I've tried the "dvd-rom" option but when I put multiple files to burn, it looks like it wants to burn everything on one disc...

 

Any way to get it right?

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It may be because the ISO 9660 PC format doesn't support files larger than 1 GB in size. When you have files larger than 1 GB and want it readable on a PC you should use the DVD-Rom (UDF) setting. However, that doesn't work with disc spanning. So my recommendation is to choose Mac Only. I don't guarantee it will work because I haven't done it myself. But it should work.

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It may be because the ISO 9660 PC format doesn't support files larger than 1 GB in size. When you have files larger than 1 GB and want it readable on a PC you should use the DVD-Rom (UDF) setting. However, that doesn't work with disc spanning. So my recommendation is to choose Mac Only. I don't guarantee it will work because I haven't done it myself. But it should work.

I've checked and I don't have any larger file than 900 Mb...

I'll try your suggestion anyways.

Thanks,

JF

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