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so i used toast 8 titanium to burn a movie i ripped onto a dvd. Everything went fine and it played great in both my macbook and iMac, but then when i let my girlfriend borrow it to watch it only plays black and white in her dvd player. I have tried 3 diffrent dvd players and the same thing happens in them all. Anyone have any idea what is causing this??
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kno1 has any idea???
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The only time I've seen someting like that was when my S-Video cable wasn't plugged in fully to the TV or DVD player. If a retail DVD plays fine to her TV, then I'm out of ideas. Do the Toast people have their own forms? If not, I'd at least report it as a bug if retail DVDs are working fine.
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yea its wierd because like you said retail dvds work fine...the first thing i did was check all the cables..idk im gonna look into it a little furthur...later today i am going to try to burn another movie and see is it does the same thing.
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Did you use a rewritable disk? If so, perhaps just try a read-only disk.
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