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Burning Blue Ray In Toast With Blue Ray Plugin


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What setting are you using in Toast? If you are using the Blu-ray video setting then Toast defaults to MPEG-4 encoding which is a good choice. It's possible your 25 GB movie file is a mostly uncompressed format which explains the file size difference. Toast has a custom encoder settings window where you can increase the default average and maximum bit rate so it becomes a larger file size.

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The 25 GB movie was a combination of HD video and very high resolution photos that last for 25 minutes. I believe 25GB is the correct amount. It seems like when I burned BD before, it translated the same GB. I just cannot figure out what happened.

Actually, 2.7 GB for a 25-minute HD movie doesn't sound out of line. You can increase the bit rates in Toast's custom encoder settings window so it takes up more space, but it still will be much smaller than your source.

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I attempted to burn a Blu Ray DVD yesterday. It got to 99% 00:00 time left and stopped. no additional messages, no error messages etc etc. had to abort the burn and throw away a $3. Blu Ray disc..... What's up with that?

Are you using Toast 11.1 (1072)? If you are using Toast 11.1 (1067) then update Toast via the built-in software update. That was supposed to fix that issue.

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