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BazReleef
2014-05-15, 10:00 PM
Hi
So I have a Mac Book Pro with Toast. I cam't burn certain discs because of "CSS Encryption". How do I remedy this?

Thanks!

mooncusser
2014-05-15, 10:12 PM
certain discs?
CSS encryption is used on commercially produced DVDs

BazReleef
2014-05-15, 11:05 PM
I put a Video TS folder I downloaded from TD (Around The Beatles AND Beatles Ready Steady Go!) into Toast and I wasn't able to burn either one because an error message came on and said it was a CSS Encrypted video. It's happened a few times.

Homebrew101
2014-05-16, 09:01 AM
Ah, some of Vlad's betas, send a pm to Vlad for help

:hide:

vladsmythe
2014-05-16, 09:59 AM
Ah, some of Vlad's betas, send a pm to Vlad for help

:hide:

I'm not sure what you mean by that, but my betas have nothing to do with this issue.

juxtiphi
2014-05-16, 05:02 PM
Hi
So I have a Mac Book Pro with Toast. I cam't burn certain discs because of "CSS Encryption". How do I remedy this?

Thanks!

Don't tell anybody I told you this, BUT GOOGLE IS YOUR FRIEND!!

:disbelief

BazReleef
2014-05-16, 06:06 PM
Don't tell anybody I told you this, BUT GOOGLE IS YOUR FRIEND!!

:disbelief

Yes but my searches always end up being about commercial DVDs. I can't get the TS Folders to burn a disc. Thought for sure someone here knows how to get around this Toast issue.

vladsmythe
2014-05-16, 06:50 PM
I would be happy to mail you all that you have issues with, if you don't find a solution.

mwonter
2014-05-16, 07:09 PM
Try the following, found at a Mac forum.

This is my first post, so go easy.... anyways I found out what was causing this False CSS encryption.

If your VIDEO_TS folder resides in another folder and that folder name includes these characters "[]" it was giving a false CSS encryption message every time. In my case my DVD encoding software was taking the filename and putting it in a folder with the same name, thus creating the brackets in the folder name. Remove any obscure charachters from the FOLDER names and it will start working.

My folder structure was as follows:

Movie_name [2009] --> Movie_name [2009] --> VIDEO_TS

I had to remove both sets of brackets from both folder names.

Hope this helps everyone!

vladsmythe
2014-05-16, 07:43 PM
Try the following, found at a Mac forum.

This is my first post, so go easy.... anyways I found out what was causing this False CSS encryption.

If your VIDEO_TS folder resides in another folder and that folder name includes these characters "[]" it was giving a false CSS encryption message every time. In my case my DVD encoding software was taking the filename and putting it in a folder with the same name, thus creating the brackets in the folder name. Remove any obscure charachters from the FOLDER names and it will start working.

My folder structure was as follows:

Movie_name [2009] --> Movie_name [2009] --> VIDEO_TS

I had to remove both sets of brackets from both folder names.

Hope this helps everyone!

That is fantastic! Thank you for your help. Now he can enjoy more Beatles...

mwonter
2014-05-16, 10:39 PM
I just hope BazReleef reports in, whether it works or not.

The only other suggestion that wasn't too techie for me to follow was moving the video_ts folder to your desktop, and burning it from there.

I believe these methods should work even with Rolling Stones videos.

lintoni
2014-05-19, 08:34 AM
:lol4: :goodpost:

BazReleef
2014-05-19, 10:00 PM
Try the following, found at a Mac forum.

This is my first post, so go easy.... anyways I found out what was causing this False CSS encryption.

If your VIDEO_TS folder resides in another folder and that folder name includes these characters "[]" it was giving a false CSS encryption message every time. In my case my DVD encoding software was taking the filename and putting it in a folder with the same name, thus creating the brackets in the folder name. Remove any obscure charachters from the FOLDER names and it will start working.

My folder structure was as follows:

Movie_name [2009] --> Movie_name [2009] --> VIDEO_TS

I had to remove both sets of brackets from both folder names.

Hope this helps everyone!

OH MY GOSH!
What an EASY solution!
Thanks for taking the time ro research this!

As Vlad said- more BEATLES for me!!!!
:):):)

BazReleef
2014-05-19, 10:01 PM
That is fantastic! Thank you for your help. Now he can enjoy more Beatles...

And thanks to you again for posting these great DVDs.

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2017-04-14, 02:25 AM
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Jay
2017-04-14, 06:11 AM
Get a PC. :D