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Scratch Disk on DVD Studio Pro/Final Cut Express

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I am having a mare trying to write to DVD on DVD Studio Pro a project I have made using Final Cut Express 2.0. The whole thing is about 2.0 gig and I know I have 3.5 gig spare on the HD.
Does anyone know how to increase the allotted scratch disk size??Cheers!
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I can't help with your problem, but you may be able to tell me where to get a VIDEO_TS to use to insert the10GB video-sound file I made with Final Cut Express so Toast will recognize it and burn a DVD. If not, maybe you can suggest somewhere to look for it. Thanks!
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