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Blu Ray Transformation-Disc Image


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hi

well i allready had a conversation with the roxio support, but somehow, maybe, because i am not english native speaker-i domnt find out how to do-

the problem was--when i droped 2 or more mov files into toast 11 for blu ray( mac osx 10.6.8)with blu ray toast plug in- one file worked an the others only appeared black in the tv. also the menu, althogh shown was not to be used.

so the technician told me to make an image--which is allready hard to find out. some how i suxceede8unfortunatlky i allready forhgot again how)

the result was the same: from the images only one, the first , worked probaly, the rest was, like when i burn it imedialtly, did,nt work

can anybody help me in the way?

thanks

and also a good description how to make a image for blu ray files--because also here on toast the write only about dvd images

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I understand what you're saying. I have read other posts here about Blu-ray players only playing the first video. Insert the burned Blu-ray disc on the drive that you used to record the disc. Open Toast and open the Roxio Video Player that is in the Toast Extras menu. There you are able to access the videos on the Blu-ray disc. In the player window there is an icon at the bottom where you should be able to select different videos on the disc. (The last title is only the menu). Can you play both of the videos using the Roxio Video Player?

 

If so, the problem is that Toast is writing the disc in a way that your Blu-ray player cannot read correctly. Check if a firmware update is available for your Blu-ray player. Are burning Blu-ray videos to a regular DVD or are you burning to Blu-ray discs? If the latter, check to see if a firmware update is available for your Blu-ray burner.

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I understand what you're saying. I have read other posts here about Blu-ray players only playing the first video. Insert the burned Blu-ray disc on the drive that you used to record the disc. Open Toast and open the Roxio Video Player that is in the Toast Extras menu. There you are able to access the videos on the Blu-ray disc. In the player window there is an icon at the bottom where you should be able to select different videos on the disc. (The last title is only the menu). Can you play both of the videos using the Roxio Video Player?

 

If so, the problem is that Toast is writing the disc in a way that your Blu-ray player cannot read correctly. Check if a firmware update is available for your Blu-ray player. Are burning Blu-ray videos to a regular DVD or are you burning to Blu-ray discs? If the latter, check to see if a firmware update is available for your Blu-ray burner.

 

 

thanks for your help, i will hcekc on that, but unfortunatly it doesnt change the fact, the one of the image files doesnt run either on toast player or vcl

and beside that, is this image file than a real blu ray image?

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thanks for your help, i will hcekc on that, but unfortunatly it doesnt change the fact, the one of the image files doesnt run either on toast player or vcl

and beside that, is this image file than a real blu ray image?

well and now i tried on the roxio player--and there i cannot open anything from the blu ray disc-

to be correct--it opens up a window where you clic on the cisc, there opens something like BMDV and certificate, when you click on BMDV you get to many files and one called treams and there are the files, which i can click on but they never open, it just writes for a long time the movie is on the way to be opend, but it doesnt happen

what do you think?

from the same disc i was abel to play one file normaly on my normal blu ray player--and here on the one where i burned it now not?

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well and now i tried on the roxio player--and there i cannot open anything from the blu ray disc-

to be correct--it opens up a window where you clic on the cisc, there opens something like BMDV and certificate, when you click on BMDV you get to many files and one called treams and there are the files, which i can click on but they never open, it just writes for a long time the movie is on the way to be opend, but it doesnt happen

what do you think?

from the same disc i was abel to play one file normaly on my normal blu ray player--and here on the one where i burned it now not?

I'm sorry that it isn't playing the second video and I don't know what to do about it. The file you want to open with the Roxio Video Player is the .mts file in the Stream folder. There should be one .mts file for each video plus one for the menu. The menu is not active when viewed this way.

 

Roxio is nearing completion of an update to Toast 11. Maybe it will correct the problem you're experiencing. I'm sorry I don't have a solution.

 

Something I have not yet tested is to see if my Sony Blu-ray player can play the HD videos burned as a data disc. It appears from reading the manual that it might work for my player. The DVD-Rom (UDF) setting is the one to use in the Data window if you want to give this a try. Use your source videos and use the .mts videos just to see what happens (presuming they all will fit on your disc).

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I'm sorry that it isn't playing the second video and I don't know what to do about it. The file you want to open with the Roxio Video Player is the .mts file in the Stream folder. There should be one .mts file for each video plus one for the menu. The menu is not active when viewed this way.

 

Roxio is nearing completion of an update to Toast 11. Maybe it will correct the problem you're experiencing. I'm sorry I don't have a solution.

 

Something I have not yet tested is to see if my Sony Blu-ray player can play the HD videos burned as a data disc. It appears from reading the manual that it might work for my player. The DVD-Rom (UDF) setting is the one to use in the Data window if you want to give this a try. Use your source videos and use the .mts videos just to see what happens (presuming they all will fit on your disc).

 

 

thanks for your help

 

its realy strange--yesterday i captured a whole video not over finul cut, i put it over roxio toast and made a blu ray--it worked wonderful--but as soon i put a second video together, the second one doesnt work.

beside that, the blu ray i made worked on my blu ray player, but i cannot play it over the burning blu ray--it got even worse, it stopped the whole mac and i had to shut it down. was the first time in 2 172 years. normaly with

alt cmd and esc you can close a programm

very strange

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