Blu Ray authoring with Toast 17

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Blu Ray authoring with Toast 17

Post by PierreB »

Hello everyone,
Apologies in advance if this has been covered, I did a search but couldn't find anything.
I'm a new Toast user (v17) and need to produce Blu Ray discs but I can find little or no advice in either the pdf user manual or online. Most tutorials discuss burning DVDs using versions of Toast other than v17. So, can anyone help? I have a support ticket logged with Corel but they are not in my time zone and I only get 1 reply every 24 hours if that.
I have an .m4v and a .wav file, a bunch of discs and a burner but I don't know where to start. Any help would be gratefully received.
Thanks in advance.
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Re: Blu Ray authoring with Toast 17

Post by Ken Berry »

Unfortunately, you are in the wrong forum. While Roxio, which makes the Toast software for Mac computers, is a Corel company, we do not cover its software here. There is a separate forum which you can find at You will need to register again there and post your question.
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