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Bill Strohm

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  1. Bill Strohm

    Mountain Lion

    Don't know; why not ask Roxio support? https://forums.support.roxio.com
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    Error Code 192 with Toast 12.1on iMac with OSX 10.11.6

    It's been several years since I have used Toast, but it would seem your problem with your printer driver holding you back might be solved with a Mac OS upgrade to a later version. That's because printer drivers are provided by the Mac OS itself... unless you are in an unusual situation. Later Mac OS versions will (probably) carry later drivers. What is your printer make and model? You might want to go to https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201465 and see if the latest software for your printer is available. If it is, I would recommend an OS upgrade. Although Apple does not support it, you could try (if you are so inclined) to upgrade your 2008 iMac to Sierra (Mac OS 10.12.x), which might carry a later printer driver for your printer (whatever it is). To do that, you would need to go here: https://www.trustedreviews.com/news/install-macos-sierra-older-macs-2937027 and follow the instructions.
  3. Ordered and received a physical (DVD) copy of Toast 14 Pro. But the inside jacket contained a serial number (under "Toast 14 Serial Number" header) that is for Creator NXT 4, NOT Toast 14. Obviously the app would not run. I attempted to contact the Corel Support first by Chat (no one answered), then tried to submit a ticket (worked after many tries, but no response). Eventually I received an e-mail from the support site giving me a valid serial number. I wonder how many Creator NXT4 buyers are getting Toast 14 Pro serial numbers with their DVDs!
  4. Bill Strohm

    Novice Needs Help Adding Music To Video Dvd

    I'm a "Toast Novice." Success with creating data DVDs and video DVDs, but no experience editing videos. A friend has home-movie DVDs with no sound. She would like (me) to add some of her music selections to the videos and burn new DVDs with audio. Can I do this in Toast 12.1? I have that app, but cannot find a cookbook for adding her music to the uploaded video files, and then formatting the video/music files so that audio will play when her new DVDs are played. If I can do that, where do I find the info on how to do it? (Have read the User Manual PDF, but not much help there.) Thanks for reading! ---- Bill