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Dvd Menu Not Showing, Instead A Basic One!

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Ive just bought Toast 11 along with a samsung blu ray player. I use a Macbook pro.


I burnt a dvd and customised the menu by selecting the 'splash' theme and then chose a custom image background.


I first made a DVD version to show my client. The background on the menu was fine. All good.


Now that they want a Blu ray copy I used the same settings and chose the same background as above DVD.


When I play the DVD using iDeer or the others it comes up with the attached menu. No custom images and not even the default 'splash' theme.


Anyone can help?




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There are several posts where users are experiencing problems with the Toast Blu-ray menus. Roxio has worked on these issues with the recent updates. It seems some players are okay and some not. I don't know whether Toast 11.1 (1067) or 11.1 (1072) is better for the menus.


You can see the menu Toast created by using Roxio Video Player (Toast Extras menu). The player will open at the first title of the video, but you can see the menu by clicking an icon near the right of the playback bar. This pops up the various titles and the menu is one of the titles.

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I tried the disk in a blu ray portable player (bush) and it said 'bad disk'.


really not happy with this!

I'm sorry it isn't working. Please browse or search the forum for other posts on this topic. I do suggest trying both 1067 and 1072 because one might work where the other doesn't.

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How do I know which one I have? I have toast 11.1 but no info on 1067 or 1072?

Select Toast in the Finder and choose Get Info (Command+I). The full version is described there. Toast 11.1 (1067) is in the Roxio Software Updates page while Toast 11.1 (1072) is an update that you're notified about when an earlier version is launched. You can turn off the notification in Toast Preferences. You can have both versions on your Mac, but rename one of them.

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