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Toast 12 Titanium, Pro Now Shipping

29 July 2014 334 views No Comment

We are well into the Post-PC era and Apple ships only one Mac with an optical drive. Surprising then that Roxio has released Toast 12

We are well into the Post-PC era and Apple ships only one not long for this world Mac with an internal optical drive. Surprise, surprise, surprise that Roxio not only hasn’t killed Toast, but actually released Toast 12 Titanium and Toast 12 Pro.

Apparently Corel’s purchase of Roxio has lead to an infusion of new blood in not actual cash.

• Toast 12 Titanium, $59.99
— New! Live Screen Recording
— Record directly from your screen with voiceover, then edit and share
— Create compelling presentations, how-to videos and more
— Choose full screen capture or Custom to capture a portion of your screen
— New! Burn HD videos on standard DVDs for playback on Blu-ray Disc players
— Enhanced! Includes additional templates for video conversion
— Enhanced! DiscCatalogMaker makes it even easier to catalog your discs, and view and search catalogs

• Toast 12 Pro, $99.99
— New! FaceFilter 3 photo retouching and beautifying
— Adjust skin tone and smooth skin
— Apply makeup, including blush, eye shadow, lipstick and more
— Remove red eye and whiten teeth
— Redefine expressions and facial features
— HDR Express 2 high dynamic range editing
— FotoMagico™ 3 RE high-def slideshows
— iZotope Music & Speech Cleaner audio cleanup and enhancement
— SmartSound Sonicfire™ Pro 5.8 with Core Beyond and Fun Times libraries for custom soundtrack creation
— Blu-ray Disc Plug-in: HD video authoring

See also: Toast DVD 1.5 ($19.99) and Toast Burn 1.0.1 ($19.99) on the Mac App Store.

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