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Toast Titanium 11 Crash With Nvidia Quadro 4000


Velkus
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HI all!!!

 

I have Mac Pro 2.93 16gb Ram… The broblem…

 

With Nvidia Quadro 4000 and HD MPG-4 AVC encoding the Toast titanium 11 (11.0.6) Crashes..

 

MPG 2 SD DVD it's ok i have problem with HD encoding

 

With ATI Radeon HD 5770 it's ok no problems all is ok!!!!!!

 

I am editor and i can not to work and to deliver dvd

 

There is a solution to this problem?

 

Sorry for my English .. is not well...

 

Plz Help Thank you!!!!

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I tried with 11.0.4 i had the same problems after that i put the 11.0.6 and still nothing… i Lost my mind it's crazy that….

 

And i can not change cards for HD encoding only… :P

 

Thanks Tsantee for your help, i download 11.1 beta to see if it works….

 

I'll be back….

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I feel your pain. I have had the same problem. Just updated everything to mountain lion and I still crash. I think it's related to the video boost, one thing I wasn't able to try is to get the h.264 usb excelerator and have toast use that intead of the Nvidia card. It is very frustrating to have it crash.

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This problem is still here..

 

i dont know why roxio dont fix it that...

 

I gave much money and do not have a correct program... :(

 

 

Software

 

Mac Os Mountain Lion 10.8.2

 

Hardware

 

Mac Pro 2.93 12 Core

Ram 32GB

 

Nvidia Quadro 4000

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