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  1. fiod3s

    disappointing Go64 report for Toast 18.1

    in macOS Catalina every app asks for permissions... to access folders and so on... maybe you didn't allow Toast to do something ToastImageMounter is 64 bit with Toast 18.2 so it has to work
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    disappointing Go64 report for Toast 18.1

    I am saying that the mount disc functionality has been restored so as usual you can do the following (taken from the official Toast user manual) even on macOS Catalina: To mount a disc image file from the menu: Choose Utilities > Mount Disc Image. Select the image file you want to open. Click Open. An icon of a disc appears on your Desktop when the image is mounted.
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    disappointing Go64 report for Toast 18.1

    The BR plugin is not a plugin at all, it is only an app to allow the user to enter a key code in order to unlock BD functionalities in Toast Titanium. BR disc burning is not impaired in any way. Moreover Toast Pro does not require any additional code. The problem is only for Toast Titanium users who do a clean install after upgrading to macOS Catalina. In this case I suggest to contact the customer support.
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    Toast 18 support on mac os 10.15

    Go64 reports another component of Toast Titanium still at 32 bit even on Toast 18.2 "Add to iPhone.app" but I don't know if and how it may affect actual user experience.
  5. fiod3s

    disappointing Go64 report for Toast 18.1

    good news! issue fixed today with Toast 18.2 update
  6. fiod3s

    Toast 18 support on mac os 10.15

    A minor issue is that you cannot mount disc images from Utilities menu because "ToastImageMounter" is still 32 bit.
  7. fiod3s

    disappointing Go64 report for Toast 18.1

    Thus you cannot mount disc images from Utilities menu.
  8. App is 64-bit except for "ToastImageMounter". Minor issues also about Corel AfterShot 3 and Painter Essentials 6. Roxio sells Toast 18.1 as macOS 10.15 Catalina compatible.
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    Toast it and Mount it and Mojave

    and... ToastImageMounter is still a 32 bit app even in Toast 17.4 so it won't work in macOS Catalina I did a scan with Go64 and the result is disappointing
  10. fiod3s

    Toast 17.1 Download.

    You can use the Toast 17 Installer app that was provided when you initially purchased Toast 17, so an updated Toast .pkg installer will be dropped into a subfolder of your Downloads folder. You can re-download it from http://www.roxio.com/enu/landing/download/ and don't worry about the About box it shows only the major version which of course is still 17 ...
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    Toast 17 cannot burn rewritable DVDs and BDs

    I've just installed the 17.1 update... the good news is that this annoying issue has been fixed.
  12. My configuration is as follows: Toast 17 Titanium (with HD plugin) macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 with supplemental update 2 MacBook Pro 13-inch, 2018 with touch bar (Intel Core i7 2,7 GHz; 16 GB RAM; 512GB SSD) MATSHITA BD-MLT UJ-272 1.00 SATA on USB3 PIONEER BD-RW BDR-XD05 3.01 USB3 The problem is that Toast recognizes DVD+RW and BD-RE as blank but when I try to burn them, it says there is no free space... thereafter it shows 0 bytes free for all single layer DVDs and BDs respectively, even if there is no media in the burner, until you successful burn a DVD+R/DVD-R or a BD-R. I can reproduce this issue at 100%. I tested CD-RWs and they work as expected. I have not tested DVD-RW and DVD-RAM so far. The customer support suggested me to do a clean install of Toast by deleting prefs, plists etc. but nothing changed. Did any of you try to burn rewritable DVDs and BDs? I use them just to do test burns... so I found out this issue only recently.
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    Toast HDBD Plugin still 32 bit

    Toast 17 is finally a pure 64 bit app but I noticed that the HD:BD Plug-in Installer for Toast Titanium is still a 32 bit app any plans to upgrade?
  14. When burning I sometimes get the following error: Sense Key = ERRORE HARDWARE Sense Code = 0x44 INTERNAL TARGET FAILURE Followed by a bunch of Sense Key = ERRORE DEL SUPPORTO Sense Code = 0x57 UNABLE TO RECOVER TABLE-OF-CONTENTS When it happens I have to restart Toast to get rid of these errors. Toast doesn't write anything onto the discs so that I can reuse them. My system config is as follows: MacBook Air 13" 6.2 (mid 2013) i7 1.7 GHz 8 GB RAM 500 GB SSD OS X 10.10.4 MATSHITA BD-MLT UJ272 connected via USB 3.0 Toast Titanium 14.0
  15. I expected only more flexibility, in fact since Toast supports DVD-Video UDF 1.02 and BDMV UDF 2.50 it's only a matter of options to be added to the user interface. The DVD-ROM (UDF) is actually a hybrid because it's suited to DVD-Video and the standard requires that because many old standalone DVD players don't understand UDF at all. However, UDF is a really universal format, so it's the best choice for data discs. It's the fastest and it doesn't have silly limitations about file name length, file size and so on. Nowadays, ISO9660/Joliet for data discs is pointless, who needs Windows 3.1/95 compatibility? Despite these little issues, I still consider Toast Titanium among the best burning suites.
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