Mac DVD Burning: Toast 11.1  delivers fixes
When I was 10, my jeans had patches sown onto the patches — I was tough on clothes, but mom wielded a deft and tenacious needle. The folks at Roxio are exhibiting a similar level of pluck with the third release of their popular Mac DVD Burning solution, Toast 11.1, which addresses crash, burn speed, video quality and other issues.
Lucky three? Roxio has released Toast 11.1  (version history), which is the third update of this popular Mac DVD burning and media management app this year. This particular point update includes mostly bug fixes:
• Resolves crash issue encountered by some users in Audio projects
• Resolves issue with inconsistent burn speeds
• Resolves error that occured with Fit-to-DVD option enabled
• Resolves issue where having a low-resolution image at the start of a video project would result in poor video quality
• Resolves issue that would result in some set-top Blu-ray players being unable to correctly seek back or forward within a title
• AVCHD view in Media Browser will no longer keep jumping to top while content is being indexed
• Audio CD track list can now be copied to clipboard
• Audio preview controls now allow rewind and fast-forward within a single track
Toast 11.1  via the app’s built-in “Check for Updates” function or as a standalone installer via MacUpdate.
It’s good that Roxio releases regular Toast patches. However, it would be very much appreciated if the company expended some effort on Popcorn, their DVD copying app, which hasn’t been updated since 2010.
Are you satisfied with Toast? Is Popcorn essentially dead in the water?
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