Toast Titanium

Version: 11.1 || Release Date: 2012-10-08 || License: Commercial with demo (99.99$) Developer: Roxio | App Owner: deathaxe

Roxio Toast® 8 sets the standard for burning CDs, DVDs, and now Blu-ray discs on the Mac. Create superior sounding audio CDs with crossfades. Enjoy your TV shows anywhere with exclusive EyeTV burning and TiVoToGo™ transfers to DVD or iPod®. Copy your audio CDs, movies and DVDs. It's your digital life, Toast It!

Please note that there is no demo available.

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21 Opinions

Really slick piece of software, with elegant interface and relevant information always nicely presented to user. A shining example of what the Mac software design philosophy is all about.

Super Software

Toast-it integrates wonderfully, and knows just what to do with the data. I love taking any ripped, uploaded or downloaded video files and simply right-clicking and selecting toast it to make a DVD. I've used Nero on the PC, but I'd hate to be stuck using anything other than Toast now.

Can be useful to mount disc images (eg: .iso) that aren't mounted properly by Disk Utility.

the best!!!!
like NERO

Unfortunately I get the dreaded hardware error on lead-outs on all my DL media using either my MBP internal or my LG external DVD-R drive...Disco doesn't burns them just fine

Version 9 is out, new features and comparison with versions 8 and 7 are here

I'm still running Toast 7. When I bought it, it was the only application that supported my external burner. The price is steep, the feature set is limited. But I use Toast almost daily. It's a universal tool: burn disks from images, create images, create DVDs from EyeTV recordings, create ISO disks for universal acces on all platforms, ... Toast 7 just works. Nothing fancy, but useful.

Expensive but great. Used Burn for a while, but it doesn't do nearly as many things as Toast. I bought it when I had to shrink DVDs.

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