Making Video Discs : Making a BDMV Folder Disc
Making a BDMV Folder Disc
You can create a Blu-ray video disc by using an already authored and valid BDMV Folder. A BDMV folder contains the media files for the Blu-ray Disc’s video and audio content and is located at the root level of the disc.
This is the best choice if you have a BDMV folder that was created by Toast or another Blu-ray Disc authoring application.
Not all versions of Toast Titanium include Blu-ray authoring.
* To make a BDMV folder disc
1 In Toast, choose Burn tab, and in the Burn Videos area, choose BDMV Folder.
2 In the Output Settings area, type a title, choose a destination, and specify the number of copies.
3 Drag-and-drop your BDMV Folder in to the content area.
A summary of the information that will be copied appears in the content area.
4 Insert a blank, recordable Blu-ray disc as appropriate. Your source video will not be compressed which may require you to use a dual-layer Blu-ray disc if the video will not fit on a single-layer disc.
5 Click the red Burn button at the bottom right of the Toast window.
Toast displays a progress bar and status information as it records your disc.