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Can't Copy Dvds With Toast 11.1


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I recently completed a DVD for our local museum. Today, when I tried duplicating the disc, I got the following message from Toast Titanium Pro 11.1: "Could not record the disc because of a Mac OS Error. Result Code = 1634955892."

 

I trashed the preferences and tried again, with no luck. Checked on line and it seems as if quite a few folks are havng similar problems.

 

So I reinstalled Toast 10, and it's copying just fine. Anyone know what the deal is with Toast 11.1?

 

I have a 2010 Mac Mini with 4GB of RAM and a 500GB HD running OS 10.6.8.

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It's nice to keep other versions of Toast around. Good thinking. I don't know why 11.1 didn't work for making the copy. I haven't tried that yet. However, if you're in that situation in the future choose Save as Disc Image to make a copy to the hard drive and then use the Image File setting in the Copy window to burn the .toast disc image to disc.

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By default Toast checks the box "Use Fit to DVD" located under the Options tab in the media browser. By deselecting "Use Fit to DVD" the error ((Result Code = 1634955892)) no longer occurs on my system when copying DVDs as a Single drive copy. Give it a try - I hope it works for you.

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I have he latest version of Toast 11.1(1072) as of 24 OCT 2012, and latest Snow Leopard 10.6.8. I am trying to burn three Video TS folders onto a Single DVD disk image using the Compilation Mode. The Three TS folders are from DVDs I previously created on earlier Toast versions. I tried to create a dual layer image and as soon as hit RECORD I got the Result Code = 1634955892. Toast crashed so I restarted and tried again to a single layer disk image. Again Result Code = 1634955892 and it crashed.

To rule out hardware I tried adding my external drive and then switched between external and internal as source/recorder drives and used Single and Dual layer blank media. No good - all resulted in Code = 1634955892.

If Toast cannot burn dvds what is it good for???. I will checked out the article posted by the moderator on 20 SEP but it does not relate to the problem I am experiencing.

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I have he latest version of Toast 11.1(1072) as of 24 OCT 2012, and latest Snow Leopard 10.6.8. I am trying to burn three Video TS folders onto a Single DVD disk image using the Compilation Mode. The Three TS folders are from DVDs I previously created on earlier Toast versions. I tried to create a dual layer image and as soon as hit RECORD I got the Result Code = 1634955892. Toast crashed so I restarted and tried again to a single layer disk image. Again Result Code = 1634955892 and it crashed.

To rule out hardware I tried adding my external drive and then switched between external and internal as source/recorder drives and used Single and Dual layer blank media. No good - all resulted in Code = 1634955892.

If Toast cannot burn dvds what is it good for???. I will checked out the article posted by the moderator on 20 SEP but it does not relate to the problem I am experiencing.

I haven't tried the compilation feature with the latest Toast update. I can suggest a possible workaround. If your VIDEO_TS folders are in disc images or on discs, mount the disc images or insert a disc. If they are on the hard drive but not in disc images, drag to either the desktop or the Movies folder. Next, open Toast and select DVD video as the format in the Video window. Go to the Toast Media Browser and choose Video and then DVD. There you should see links to the content of your VIDEO_TS folders. Drag the titles you want from the media browser to the main window. A new window will open giving you the opportunity to edit what you want to copy. If you don't want to make edits just continue to have the video added to the main window. When you have the videos you want in the main window you can have Toast author a new DVD with a menu. One thing to note is the content cannot exceed what will fit a dual-layer disc.

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