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.ts File Does Not Burn Completely To Dvd... Only Partial



First time posting so please bear with me, and thanks in advance for any suggestions.


Using Toast Titanium 11.1, Max OS X 10.9


I have numerous .ts files taken from a 1080i stream. I want to convert them to DVD.


When I drag the .ts file into "Video > DVD-Video" it shows up with the correct length of 120 minutes, I then create a disc image. However, when I mount the disc image, I only get 20-30 minutes. I've also tried to do it in the "Convert" tab and I get the same result. I'm sure the original .ts file is fine because I can watch the entire 120 minutes with VLC, so I know it exists in the original .ts file.


Am I doing something wrong, or does anybody have a workaround?




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Thanks... I downloaded that program, and installed the MPEG-2 thing like they specified... Now when I add the file to Streamclip and try to run the "Fix Time Code Breaks" I get an error saying "Cannot find the first time code"


Any ideas.


Thanks again for your help. For someone kinda new to this it is very frustrating.

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