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Strange DVD Burning Issue


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Shakermaker
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Here's something strange.
Using DVDBackup, DVDsOneX, DVD Imager, then Toast, I can take the movie off a DVD and burn it fine - without the menus.
Also, I was able to make a perfect 1:1 DVD copy of movies that were DVD-5 or under 4.7 GB.

I recently tried to make a 1:1 copy of a movie (after re-installing a fresh copy of 10.3), and now they don't play - the menus are all choppy looking and the movie won't play...they burn with no issue. Its not a problem with Macrovision or anything like that because I did it before with a movie I owned.

I am using Toast 6.

Anyone else had this problem?
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Here's something strange.
Using DVDBackup, DVDsOneX, DVD Imager, then Toast, I can take the movie off a DVD and burn it fine - without the menus.
Also, I was able to make a perfect 1:1 DVD copy of movies that were DVD-5 or under 4.7 GB.

I recently tried to make a 1:1 copy of a movie (after re-installing a fresh copy of 10.3), and now they don't play - the menus are all choppy looking and the movie won't play...they burn with no issue. Its not a problem with Macrovision or anything like that because I did it before with a movie I owned.

I am using Toast 6.

Anyone else had this problem?
I think I have the same problem using toast 6. None of the DVD's I've burned start working in my dvd-player. When I open them in my G4, they won't play automatically, but they do play when I select, open with dvd-player.
I think it's a problem with the way Toast 6 burns video files. Do you burn your DVD's in the video mode or in the data mode?
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I think I have the same problem using toast 6. None of the DVD's I've burned start working in my dvd-player. When I open them in my G4, they won't play automatically, but they do play when I select, open with dvd-player.
I think it's a problem with the way Toast 6 burns video files. Do you burn your DVD's in the video mode or in the data mode?
I burn movies in Image Mode. I make an image of the DVD after using DVD2oneX. then burn the image.

When I do a straight DVD copy in Toast 6, everything gets screwed up somehow...
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