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It's likely there is something Toast doesn't like about the video file. Maybe it's a dropped frame or some other defect. Since it occurs at the start, try using the Edit window to trim off a little from the beginning of the video.


Something else you might try is opening the mp4 in QuickTime Player and choosing Export as a movie. This will create a new .mov wrapper for the video that might fix the problem for Toast.

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