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  1. 2 points
    hey ! just wanted you to know you are not the only one having problems with Toast19 and MACOS Big Sur ( I was already having problems with T18 and Catalina) ... You are not Alone in your frustration :-)
  2. 2 points
    Historically, Roxio, and Adaptec before them, did not concern themselves with being backwards compatible, at least with their Creator application. Most releases were not compatible with the prior release build files. The ability to open such files with subsequent versions always fell on deaf ears.
  3. 1 point
    I have Roxio easy VHS to DVD for Mac. trying to load onto my MAC and the software does not recognize the USB capture device. (UB315-E ver3. I am on IOS 10/15.4. Has anyone been able to one the necessary drivers to get PC to recognize the USB device?
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    I know this is many years later, but stopping "verify data" also fixed this for me. Problem started with a dodgy disc. It's gone since I altered that. Thanks!
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    This appears to be the same problem I experience with NXT6. I have spent MONTHS with tech support. All of their suggestions are WORTHLESS. I even created screen captures to prove what is going on. They (tech support) continually feign ignorance to attempt to close the inquiry number. Interestingly, I finally came across one tech who mentioned this is a common complaint. Here is what I discovered - for whatever reason when the program creates the audio proxy file, it creates a “corrupted” proxy audio file. The longer the video to be edited, the more fuzzy/corrupt the sound will progressively become. It is clearly a problem with how the program extracts audio from the video when it creates the proxy file. They may have hard coded an improper setting into the program or something. You can confirm this yourself by changing the default audio proxy directory in settings and then listening to the audio file it creates. I can’t figure out if the program uses the proxy file for rendering or if it creates another temporary (yet also corrupt) audio file.  This is repeatable on multiple machines. An i9 - MacBook running windows duel boot - even my surface 4. All of them exhibit this behavior. I believe they use ffmpeg to extract, but I still don't know how it is called up for the conversation. This is entirely due to a poorly crafted program. I can replicate the problem with multiple machines and differing files. It is not your drivers (video or sound) - it is NOT a machine dependent problem. It is a bug that Roxio/Corel must address. I was hoping a fix would be issued by Roxio/Corel to take care of it. Contact tech support via email in this site. Let them log a complaint. https://www.roxio.com/en/support/
  6. 1 point
    Tell us more about your computer (read this). (link)
  7. 1 point
    Problem is that Jim has only just installed, and has run into the problem before he has had time to use the suite. It doesn't seem that a clean uninstall is likely to help him at this point, and there may be something wrong with the program as delivered.
  8. 1 point
    Truthfully, I never installed NXT 6 I am installing it now on a Win 10 pc and will dabble with this and see what I come up with. But keep working with Roxio Support as well. Since it is a new feature, they will have more experience with it than I do!
  9. 1 point
    Your source files work fine on your friend's machine, so there's nothing wrong with them. There is something wrong with your machine, and changing/reinstalling the software hasn't fixed it yet. Rather than trying an entire new Operating System [There be DRAGONS!!] I think you should work on getting your Windows 7 straight again. Windows 7 is a good, mature Operating System, and if a system develops a fault you should never hope to fix it by 'upgrading' your software. If I remember correctly, NXT2 only allows you 10 installs before your key expires (it doesn't care about Repairs) so don't go uninstalling/reinstalling unnecessarily. It would be useful for you to clean the machine up (logically) as Cdanteek suggested. This is worth the time it takes, and should be done regularly to keep the machine 'lean and clean.' The steps are Startup, Cleanup, Defrag, and Scan. - First check the programs which run when Windows starts, and disable any that aren't absolutely necessary. Run MSCONFIG.EXE and uncheck unnecessary programs in the Startup tab. Reboot Windows, and it will start without those things running. - Right-click on your hard drive in your File Explorer, and select Properties. Then click on Disk Cleanup, and in the box which appears, click Cleanup System Files. Windows will do some calculations, and when you give it the go-ahead will delete all the old garbage it indicates. I usually tick all the boxes and delete everything it allows. It's amazing how much there can be. -Once you've done that, go back to Properties (first picture) again and click Tools. Then click on Defragment now, and go do something else while the hard drive is defragmented. It might take hours but it will be worth it, and it won't take so long next time. -Now your system is lean and clean, you should make sure that this problem isn't caused by broken Windows files. Open a CMD window with Admin privileges, and type the command sfc /scannow <enter>. The system will scan its vital organs and replace any corrupted files. You might need your Windows 7 disc handy. Exit the CMD window when finished. If you do all the above things your system should be running properly. Please ask if you have difficulty following my instructions. Brendon
  10. 1 point
    No, sorry. I don't think it can be done in this version. As you will have seen, the Express Labeler is very simplified and totally unsuitable for your job. The Roxio Label Creator will read and save the names of 56 tracks, but getting them all displayed so you can read 'em just isn't going to happen. (I got 62 in here) Some earlier Roxio labelers could do twin columns, but this one doesn't. [and NXT 6 doesn't even have labelers at this point] About the only way I can think of is to type your 56 track names into a word processor and put them into two columns. Then cut and paste, or take a screen shot of that page, trim the resulting JPG and drop it onto Roxio Label Creator, dimensioning it to fit the back of the CD case. That seems a lot of fluffing around and hard work, though. Regards, Brendon
  11. 1 point
    I need to create a DVD that auto plays and loops in a DVD player. I cant seem to figure it out with MyDVD. I have Roxio Creator NXT 5. What am I missing? It was easy enough with an old mac that I had and iDVD.
  12. 1 point
    they dont' have a place where you can download it from their site once it's been registered? that seems a little off to me.
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    Hi Hawk - Looks like you've done some effective troubleshooting. I couldn't find any references to firmware for this drive. It looks like your burn is going OK till you get to lead out. Try some of these basic and advanced settings in Toast that I pulled from page 27 of the Toast Manual: Reduce your recording speed. Don't "Verify Data" Make sure "Buffer Underrun Prevention" is on. Jon
  15. 1 point
    Yes, delete the orignal music; click to edit your menu background image/video and extend the length to the length of the music; add the music save. Click the menu duration and set that to the length of the music. There are several posts on how to do this; use the search function for more details.
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