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Toast DV cam question

Discussion in 'Video problems with Mac' started by gerlep, Dec 14, 2004.

  1. gerlep

    gerlep Member

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    I have a number of files saved into separate Toast files, ie: about a dozen individual files on 12 different discs. Now I want to combine some of the files on the same disc, but have already deleted the original dv back ups. Is there a way whereby I can import one Toast file into another??
     
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    Can you define "toast file"??? Is it a video stream? Is it a disc image? etc... If it is dv video stream then iMovie or final cut pro, or premier should be able to put them together.
     
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    Thanks for getting back. Think I spoke too soon. I THOUGHT I had a 'toast' file but it seems I'm talking rubbish. I imported various different DV clips into toast windows one by one and thought I saved them. When I went back to open them there was no data. Anyway, just looking for the most practical way of importing a lot of DV files, and having the capacity, to burn DVDs with different varieties of imported files (eg: dvd1 may comprise of imports 1, 2 and 4, and dvd2 may comprise of imports 1, 4, and 7 etc) Hope this is clear.
     
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    If you have toast you should be able to transfer your DV via firewire onto your hard drive.

    You can also do this with imovie or final cut pro.
     

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