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I purchased Toast 12 Titanium, the specs sheet shows that it has Live Video Capture. I thought it should be under the Extras menu. Where is this feature?

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I was told by another user that it is a separate application in the Toast Titanium folder.

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In this post in the Toast 11 forum the user said it is in the Toast Titanium folder in the Applications folder.

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I have exactly the same problem : I purchased Toast 12 Titanium and in the Extras menu, I only have DiscCatalogMaker!

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Strange. I just purchased Toast 12 Titanium (3385), and my Extras menu has DiscCatalogMaker, Roxio Video Player, and Live Screen Capture. All three are in my Toast 12 Titanium folder.

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All three appear in my Toast 12s Extra menu, but besides Toast itself only DiscCatalogMaker and Live Screen Capture are in the folder. So I take it the Player is handled by Toast itself.

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All three appear in my Toast 12s Extra menu, but besides Toast itself only DiscCatalogMaker and Live Screen Capture are in the folder. So I take it the Player is handled by Toast itself.

Yes, that's the same with Roxio Video Player in Toast 11. It's an application inside the Toast application package. I've made an Alias icon of it when it was open so that I can launch it directly without having to do it from within Toast.

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It appears from another forum that you need Soundflower to get the audio. In which case, the new feature is nothing more (and perhaps less) than using QuidkTime to do a screen recording with Soundflower to get the audio.

 

I was afraid of this, and Roxio presales was totally useless trying to get the information before I upgrade from Toast 11. Think I'll pass on the upgrade now.

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I too have purchased the T12 titanium (NOT the Pro version) and installed from the disc. The ad from which I ordered says LSC is a feature of this version, but the owner's manual says it's part of the PRO version.

It is not in any folder on my computer.

Can't get in touch with support. USELESS company. will NEVER purchase anything from them again.

 

I see I am a "NEWBIE" but that is just to this forum... I've used Toast versions for 10 years. Remember Toast With Jam?

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Live Screen Capture is included with the standard Toast 12 as well as the Pro version. It should be in your Toast 12 Titanium folder in your Applications folder. I have no guesses about why it isn't there.

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I found Live Screen Capture in my install folder, and was able to launch it. But I can find no instruction on how to use it! I was sold (from their email promo) on this very feature, and I need to capture some video from the internet. How do you use this mystery tool? Where are the instructions? I don't even find any mention of it in the handbook for Toast. And has anyone figured out how to contact Roxio? My next demand is for a rerund. Thanks for your help, fellow sufferers.

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I found Live Screen Capture in my install folder, and was able to launch it. But I can find no instruction on how to use it! I was sold (from their email promo) on this very feature, and I need to capture some video from the internet. How do you use this mystery tool? Where are the instructions? I don't even find any mention of it in the handbook for Toast. And has anyone figured out how to contact Roxio? My next demand is for a rerund. Thanks for your help, fellow sufferers.

It is not for capturing video from the Internet. It is for recording what you're doing on your Mac. For instance, if you want to make a tutorial of how to use an application. There is a web video capture feature in Toast that is accessed from the video tab in the Toast Media Browser, but I don't find that it works very well. You can find instructions for Live Screen Capture and the web video capture in the Toast guide via the Toast Help menu.

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