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Can A Dvd Be Made From A .m4V File?



-- Toast 11 doesn't say it supports file type .m4v?


-- Also Toast 11 says it doesn't support MAC OS 10.8, which I am running. Is this true?


-- If it is true that it doesn't support .m4v file or OS 10.8 why should I buy Toast 11?


-- The program that produced the .m4v file said to use Toast to make DVD.


What's going on?

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The question still remains. Will Toast 11 convert a .m4v file to a DVD (UDF) disk?


Found a note in Toast 11 system requirements "* 10.5 - 10.9 inclusive only with latest software and security updates". So I now assume that my MAC OS 10.8.5 will be OK.


Will Toast 11 accept, as input, a .M4V formated file? It is not listed as one. See list at end. Toast11 PRO doesn't list it either. I'm trying to find a slideshow program which I can use to make a DVD to play on my Samsung TV. The one I'm looking at outputs .MOV and .M4V files. A less expensive program but not as robust will burn a DVD in UDF (universal disk format) so would not need Toast 11.


Supported Input Formats:

  • Audio: AAC, AIFF, MP3, WAV, M4A, OGG, FLAC and Dolby® Digital AC-3
  • Video: AVCHD, AVCHD Lite, AVI, DivX Plus HD, DV, FLV and F4V for Adobe® Flash®, MJPEG, MOV, MKV, MPEG-1/2/4, VOB, VIDEO_TS folder, shared iMovie® projects, and EyeTV recordings
  • Disc Images: ISO, BIN/CUE, IMG, DMG, CDR, NRG

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