Video TS burn via Toast 7

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  1. Flyinace2000 macrumors 6502a

    Flyinace2000

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    I ripped my copy of the interpretter using mac the ripper. So i have a video_ts folder. I also have a DL burner. When i go to burn the video TS folder with toast 7 it tells me that it needs to use compression to fit on the disc. If i have a DL drive why is it asking me to compress?

    Any ideas?
     
  2. ElectricSheep macrumors 6502

    ElectricSheep

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    I don't use Toast all that much. I've found that Dragon Burn 4 suits my needs when I need to burn out a Video_TS folder to a dual layer disc.

    (Before you all start crying 'pirate', I'm in the process of converting 20 year old Super 120 VHS tapes to DVD/DLs, which then need to be batch burned. I find using iDVD to master once and then DragonBurn to produce further copies is a pretty good solution)
     
  3. Flyinace2000 thread starter macrumors 6502a

    Flyinace2000

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    figured it out, i just uncheck the box for "Fit-to-DVD compression"
     
  4. cgratti macrumors 6502a

    cgratti

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    My workflow to back up my movies.

    1. Mac the Ripper (To rip the DVD)
    2. DVD2oneX (to compress the video to fit on a 4.5GB DVD)
    3. Create a BURN FOLDER and burn the video_ts & audio_ts.
    4. Enjoy!
     
  5. wwooden macrumors 68000

    wwooden

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    Same exact thing I do, works every time.
     
  6. MrSmith macrumors 68040

    MrSmith

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    With Toast I always burn a disk image first to make sure it's OK. Then I just use disk utility to burn the disk image to DVD. When you burn a disk image Toast asks you whether you want to burn single- or dual-layer.

    Toast has myriad uses over the freebies. For example it can convert your DVDs to DV for iMovie.
     

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