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Last Movie's On Blu-Ray Disc Won't Play.


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I used final cut pro to make .mp4 movies. After putting them into Toast 11 (11.1) and setting up a menu, I had Toast render them into a disc image. After the Image is made I burned it to blu-ray with Toast. I put the Blu-ray in my playstation and it loads and most of the movies play. But when I select one of the last two movies, they won't play and I get a invalid disc error. Any ideas on why this would happen? I have the latest firmware for the ps3. I would try it on another brand of player except all of my blu-ray players are ps3. Any help is appriciated.

 

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There have been various posts regarding some videos not playing on Toast-authored Blu-ray discs. There also seems to be a lot of variety to what's happening, such as the version of Toast used, the media used, the brand of Blu-ray player and so on. I haven't done any troubleshooting of this myself.

 

Something to check is if all of the videos play with Roxio Video Player. There is an icon in the playback bar where you can select specific titles on the disc. Do they all play? If so, then we can assume the problem is that the disc is authored in a way that is not being read correctly by the Blu-ray player. If not, we can assume something is wrong with how Toast created the directory on the disc or encoded the video.

 

Are these Blu-ray discs or are they DVD discs authored with Blu-ray videos? If you let the disc automatically play from the end of one title to the start of the next that you can't select, does the continuous play work?

 

I don't know what to suggest. I believe that Toast 11.0.6 was released to improve playback from Blu-ray menus because, as I recall, that was an issue with 11.0.4. The new 11.1 is completely rewritten and we are just learning what bugs it contains.

 

If I was you I'd do some experimenting making some short multi-title DVDs authored as Blu-ray videos. That way you aren't wasting expensive Blu-ray media. Try choosing Save as Disc Image and then burning that .toast file using the Image File setting in the Copy window. Burn at a reasonably slow speed to reliable-quality media.

 

Maybe you'll get a response from someone who regularly makes Blu-ray video discs using Toast. I hope so. Let me know if you learn anything knew. And do check the forum for others who have had variations of this problem.

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Thank you for the response. I have tried the videos in the roxio player and they all play fine. Also they are Blu-ray disc's I am creating. I have always been saving them as a disc image, and buring them. However I wasn't using the copy function to do so. I will try that. However right now Toast has stoped creating the files at 99%, i have reinstalled and am trying again. Also I am trying creating the files without any chapters, I thought maybe the chapter markers might be incorret.

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