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How can I tell if I have Toast Titanium 15 or Toast Titanium Pro 15

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How can I tell if I have Toast Titanium 15, or Toast Titanium Pro 15.

I tried "About Toast Titanium", but it does not tell me.

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Toast 15 Pro would come with extra menu templates for MyDVD, include Blu-ray authoring, and include the extra applications Painter Essentials 5, Corel AfterShot 3, HDR Express 3, and FotoMagico 5 RE. I believe the main Toast application is the same for both.
The old v15 press release is sort-of archived at Marketwired.

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Thank you for helping me.

My ONLY interest in Toast is authoring Blu-ray discs.    I am using Toast 15 on one of our Macs that is "Frozen" to OS 10.9.5  we ONLY use this Mac for movie editing.  We stay on OS 10.9.5 because that is the last version that works (with no fuss) with iMovie HD 06 and iDVD.  I did purchase a copy of Toast 16 Pro, but I later learned it requires 10.10 or after.

I found my installation disc for Toast 15 Pro . However, I do have "MyDVD" but I don't know how to tell if I have any extra menu templates.  I searched my computer for the names, "Painter Essentials" and "AfterShot" and I get nothing.  So I'm still not sure if I have the "Pro" version, or if I even need it for my purposes. 

 

 

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MyDVD is the re-imagined 64 bit version to create video discs. Both present for Toast (non-Pro) and Toast Pro, as an application in the Toast folder, and with a shortcut in the Extras menu of the Toast application. The menus in MyDVD are different from the ones regular Toast. The menus in MyDVD also have a bit of motion (preview screen) and optional sound.

I believe (from what others have told me) the Toast 15 Pro disc has a folder with ‘Extras’ or ‘Additional software’ or similar description. That would also contain an installer for the extra menu templates for MyDVD. The difference is ~20 templates for Titanium and 100+ templates for Pro. The additional software probably has separate installers for every application, and would not have been installed with the Toast installer.

Try selecting Toast Titanium (or MyDVD) > Video > Blu-ray Video to see is the Blu-ray functionality is activated. If not, search for the High-Def/Blu-ray Disc Plug-in installer.

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