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El Capitan And Toast 12

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Has anyone installed El Cap and tried out Toast 12 yet? Toast 12 has been reported to work OK in Yosemite, but I'll be going from Mavericks straight to El Capitan, which seems to be more of a "service pack" for tidying up Yosemite, rather than a radically new and different release like Lion and Yosemite were. So presumably it may still work, with a large bit of luck?

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I am using an iMac-i7-Solid State Hard Drive-El Capitan-10.11.3.

I recently purchased Toast to create disc images of my home produced DVD video collection.

I am unable to copy DVDs created with Adobe Premier Elements.

Toast either reports a read error and advises Use Disc Recovery OR

Toast appears to hang at about 30-40% complete when Use Disc Recovery is activated, no indications or error messages are provided.

Discs are clean and scratch free master copies.

Force quit needs to be used to terminate Toast.

I have not used Toast with any other version of OS X.

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Toast 12 is working on my 2007 iMac 20" running El Capitan 10.11.3. Typically I'll burn GoPro HD vids to DVD which requires re-encoding, or Video TS folders. In both cases it is not speedy (Toast hasn't been speedy in a very long time).

 

I did not install Toast under El Capitan, merely applied the OS updates to the previous OS X system. Since I am using such an ancient Mac I did test with El Capitan Beta before jumping into the release version.

 

The only issue I've encountered is to remember to set the iMac to "never sleep" in System Preferences or the encode/burn fails.

Edited by spacepiggy

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That's really good news! My iMac is the 21.5" model that came just after yours, and I've been sticking with Mavericks purely because of Toast 12. The burn speed doesn't matter too much to me, as my main interest is music not video.

 

I'll certainly try El Cap now.

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I have Toast 12.1 and I am on El Capitan. I went to El Capitan 10.11.5, 2 months ago. The only thing I have noticed is that conversions from PAL to NTSC seem to take longer (like 10-15 hrs for 3 hrs HD DVD). I have 38 GB memory and my processor is 3.7 GHz Intel core 7. Otherwise no major issues. And I agree with the systems preferences set up to Never Sleep.

Edited by dafrog

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