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cleantone
2007-04-02, 08:46 PM
Hey folks! Hope you can help. I use Toast 7.01 and it has that function of burning a VIDEO_TS folder. I cannot figure out how to burn the VIDEO_TS as well as say and EXTRAS_TS folder that would include text files, checksums, and maybe cover art. Is this possible? If so how? Thanks!

gsmyth79
2007-04-02, 10:14 PM
It's up to version 7.1.2 right now so you might want to think about updating.

Anyway, all I do is make an extra folder called "EXTRAS_TS" in the DVD-ROM (UDF) tab in the Data section. So you will have 3 folders in total there but it will work fine when played in a regular player. Good luck.

cleantone
2007-04-02, 10:58 PM
So you have to use the DVD_ROM option as apposed to the VIDEO_TS selection? I used to burn that way in version 6 but I think I was having some playback problems on a standalone when adding an EXTRAS_TS folder. Maybe it is time to try again. I hate ditching those files on some torrents. d/l the update right now.

gsmyth79
2007-04-02, 11:21 PM
Use the DVD-ROM, and make blank AUDIO_TS, EXTRAS_TS folders and add in your VIDEO_TS. Good to go.

AAR.oner
2007-04-03, 06:36 AM
So you have to use the DVD_ROM option as apposed to the VIDEO_TS selection? I used to burn that way in version 6 but I think I was having some playback problems on a standalone when adding an EXTRAS_TS folder. Maybe it is time to try again. I hate ditching those files on some torrents. d/l the update right now.
the key is using "DVD-ROM (UDF)" for standalone playability [works in most players] -- not DVD-ROM (ISO) or DVD-ROM (UDF/ISO)...

U2Lynne
2007-04-03, 10:07 AM
Picture here:

http://u2lynne.sandsmuseum.com/images/toast.jpg

cleantone
2007-04-03, 10:23 AM
Okay. Thanks guys. This is what I was doing in older versions. I'll go back to this and hope for no problems.

AAR.oner
2007-04-04, 07:03 AM
if it wo't play, then its a problem with the DVD player...at that point, you have a couple options:
--burn two copies of each show, one as data [w/ md5s, info, etc] & one as a "watchable copy" [burn from VIDEO_TS folder option]
--buy one of those cheap, no-name DVD players from Wal-mart that'll play anything

Unidecker
2007-04-04, 10:41 AM
Also check inside the files if there is an md5 in the video_ts it wont play on a standalone dvd player check to be sure... good luck..

Unidecker
2007-04-04, 10:42 AM
yeah as i can see with that picture remove the extra's folder...and it'll be fine..