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    19 crashes under 11.0.1

    I had the problem with 19.2 crashing under MacOS 10.14.6. This would happen instantly whenever you tried to do anything with the CD drive. I performed the uninstall instructions given above by jamesfrmphilly and it seems to be working OK, so far. I've erased and written to a CD-RW. Haven't tried a DVD yet.
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    Issue With Avchd File And Toast 12

    OK, I'll put this down as solved.
  3. Dear.Steve

    Cd Inserts - Toast 12

    Since you're using a Mac now, iTunes will make CD inserts. Make a playlist with the CD contents, select it, and do Print… in the File menu. A box with several choices for the CD insert will appear.
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    Purchased Pro, Only Getting Titanium

    I suggest that, based on your question, it's dawned on him that he actually does have the Pro version. Not wanting to appear a dummy, he finds a way not to answer. But, there are worse things than looking like a dummy.
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    Issue With Avchd File And Toast 12

    Tried throwing away the prefs and plist files. Same thing, Toast goes into Not Responding mode for a while, then crashes.
  6. Dear.Steve

    Purchased Pro, Only Getting Titanium

    Wow. No wonder this guy doesn't get any help.
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    Issue With Avchd File And Toast 12

    Forgot to say, I do have the HD plugin.
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    Issue With Avchd File And Toast 12

    Hi, I have a movie file that's an MKV. Video is H264 - MPEG4 AVC (part 10) (avc1), 704x578, 25 fps. Audio is AC3. The file is 1.43 GB. When I drop it into Toast 12 in the DVD Video window, the program accepts it. But then when I try to burn a DVD, or write a disk image, the program crashes in short order. (Then it won't start up again, and I have to restart the Mac.) I'm using Toast 12, OS X 10.10.3, an i5 iMac with 8 GB of RAM. I have transcoded the file to an MP4 with H264 video, using HandBrake. Toast seems to be happy with that, but it's taking a long time. However, that's not the cleanest procedure. Is there something I'm doing wrong in Toast? Is there a better workaround?