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Toast Titanium 11 - File Max 36:16


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Neither. It probably is due to dropped frames or time code break in the DVD video. Get the freeware MPEG Streamclip and open the DVD video using it. It may tell you that you need to purchase Apple's Quicktime MPEG2 Playback Component but you don't need this if you are running OS 10.7 or 10.8. Once it is open choose Fix Timecode breaks from the Edit menu. When that is done you can either save it as a MPEG 2 video for use with Toast's converter or you may be able to use Streamclip to do the conversion instead.

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Thanks for the tip.

 

Geeze. All these hoops just to try and quit doing it with AVS Video Converter in my Win7 emulator.

 

The other threads I saw while skimming the forum makes it seem (at least on the surface) that I should request a refund.

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Did the Streamclip. It demands the MPEG-2 addition if trying to convert to Mpeg4. Installed it from the Apple Store and Streamclip still blocks with the same warning message. Saved as to an intermediate file. That then converts to M4V. What a painful process.

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