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I presume this is a video project. In that case, Toast encodes the video as either MPEG 4 or MPEG 2 which likely will be more compressed than your current file. I suggest doing a test where you choose a minute or so of video where you'll really notice quality issues and choose Save as Disc Image. When that is done mount the .toast image file (one way is to choose Mount Image File from the Toast Utilities menu) and view it using Roxio Video Player in the Toast Extras menu. If the quality isn't good enough you can manually adjust the bit rates in the Custom Encoder Settings window.

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