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Strange White Screen During Dark Scenes


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Some time later - problem persists. I also tried saving to disc image, and opening that with VLC player. Yes, the problem is present at that stage (ie. not burned to an actual DVD), so there seems to be something wrong in the encoding stage.

 

As I mentioned it doesn't seem to matter what type of file I start with, so I assume that means there's not a corrupt codec somewhere, or am I misguided?

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I suggest trashing Toast and reinstalling from the version available on Roxio's software updates page. After you install that you'll get another software update notice to update from 11.1 (1067) to 11.1 (1072) which you should do. Toast's mpeg 2 codec is part of the Toast package so maybe reinstalling Toast will result fix the problem. Toast uses the codecs in the QuickTime Library to decode the video. If the flaw doesn't appear when playing the source video with QuickTime Player then it has to be happening with the encoder.

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Thanks for the suggestion. I tried it and it didn't change anything.

 

Is there maybe an encoding codec that I can install separately?

 

Also, when I use iDVD to burn, this doesn't happen. (But I would rather use Toast, which lets you compress more and fit more onto a disk.)

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