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Toast 10 Titanium Won't Burn

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I have a 1280x720 5.18GB file that when dropped into Toast 10 (with the HD-Blu-ray plugin) will not burn. The error message is that the file is too large for the blu-ray disc rated at 25GB.

 

The space remaining bar at the bottom of the toast window shows that though the file size was only 5.18GB, Toast thinks it is a 23GB file, and will not burn the blu-ray.

 

I've been using Toast successfully for quite some time.

 

I paid for technical support with Roxio, but the Toast specialist is on vacation until next week. I'm desparate to find a solution since this job is due to my client.

 

Things I tried that didn't help:

 

Tossed out the toast/roxio preferences and restarted the machine

Changed compression settings from Automatic to custom

 

With appreciation for some help.

 

Leon Johnson

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What I see is that you have DVD-Video as the setting and not Blu-ray Video. Your description sounds like you are wanting to create a Blu-ray Video so choose that setting.

 

Whenever I do a project that requires encoding I choose Save as Disc Image instead of clicking the burn button. When that is finished I select the .toast file using the Image File setting in the Toast Copy window to burn the disc. This two-step process avoids several of the problems that can otherwise occur.

 

I don't know the reason for the Interface Error. You might try burning at a slower speed. The speed is selected after inserting the blank disc so Toast can report the available burn speeds for that specific media and optical drive. You also might try a different brand of blank disc or try first creating a disc image. The connection not being stable may actually be the problem. I don't know.

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