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  1. Lobi-One

    Toast 19 Pro Blu-Ray-Authoring crash Toast

    Just reveals it is something in their activation process (my guess). Hopefully Corel/Roxio will look at it and make the corrections.
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    Toast 19 Pro Blu-Ray-Authoring crash Toast

    Glad to hear it is working! It might not be a wi-fi issue then, but some internet connectivity issue within the program and/or get stuck in transition. Maybe the activation token that is sent to Corel/Roxio servers gets stuck on launch or something. Hopefully Corel/Roxio is watching the forum and taken note. Need a patch soon, but hopefully they are not waiting on Big Sur to come out before releasing a patch.
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    Toast 19 Pro Blu-Ray-Authoring crash Toast

    Glad to hear others are getting it to work. It looks like it is something to do with wi-fi or WLAN protocol and/or transport, so maybe this information will help support to nail down the issue and get us a patch, especially for those who cannot get these work-a-rounds to work and activate blu-ray authorization.
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    Toast 19 Pro Blu-Ray-Authoring crash Toast

    I have done the procedure a few times to get the blu-ray to activate. It is something in Corel/Roxio's programing probably because it is consistent and hope they take note of this discussion. Here is what works every time so far... 1. When you click to activate the blu-ray under the Home menu under the Help option in the Finder, immediately turn off your wi-fi or network connection before Toast 19 Pro crashes. 2. This will immediately pop up a notice that you are not connected to the internet and the program needs to be connected in order to activate. It will ask then,"Do you want to try again?". 3. Then turn on again your wi-fi or network connection and when it is active again, THEN select "Yes" on the message to try activating again. 4. THEN the Blu-ray activates and says. "ok". So...it seems that Corel/Roxio needs to fix this and it might be in the command line to activate if they are programing (I did a little programing before and it looks like the symptoms). Maybe an easy fix to just direct the command to the correct code for activation. But...now days...probably Corel/Roxio outsourced their coding, so try to get whomever to fix it might be their challenge without having to pay more...just my thoughts and do not know. It should be an easy fix now that the issue has been seen to be constant, so it should be easy now to trouble shoot where the error is on the code and correct it...
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    Toast 18 crashing on Catalina 10.15.6

    It does advertise that it works with OS 11.0 (Big Sur). We will see in a few weeks...
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    Customizing DVD Menus in Toast 18 Pro on a Mac

    At least you can adjust the video title and move it around. What is needed is to be able to change the size of the text and font and it would be complete.. If that is possible, at least it would be considered more customizable. You can change the background picture, change the music, but no text changes. Probably the program was written a long time ago (from the looks of the menu template) and no one knows now the coding anymore or the coders are now gone or retired. What would be a great help is to be able to delete from a template the video window playing parts of the video as an option. The best would be to be able to just have a template that is nothing and you can add your own background, music and text font (including changing the size). JUST one template like that would make this program the "go to" for DVD and Blu-ray creation.
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    toast 19 crashes

    I might have found the issue with blue-ray activation. Take a look at my other post. I was able to activate blu-ray. The issue looks like it is with wi-fi. Basically I turn the wi-fi off and on when activating and it finally activated. See the solution on another post.
  8. I figured out what the problem is and hope Roxio looks at this post. I will send in the solution to support and hopefully they will take a look to send out an update. After much trouble shooting (they should pay me) and staying up until 2am (I need this to work) the issue is with the actual wi-fi activation. I was able to enable blu-ray authorization by tottering the wi-fi off and on while you activate the blu-ray activation selection. 1. First have your wi-fi on. 2. Then open up Toast 19 Pro 3. Select the Blu-ray Activation in the Help Menu 4. Turn off your wi-fi. 5. Then try to activate 6. Message says that you do not have your wi-fi on, do you want to try again. 7. turn on your wi-fi 8. Then try activating it again and hit "ok" - BUT immediately turn off and on your wi-fi while it is trying to activate. - You may have to do something like this a few times to get it to activate. Then it will activate eventually. You may have to do this a few times. I did this method on two Macs (Mac Pro 2013 and 15" MacBook Pro 2018) and it worked. Corel/Roxio: Please find a solution, talk to Apple if you have too. And give us an update with a patch!!!
  9. Lobi-One

    Toast 19 Pro Blu-Ray-Authoring crash Toast

    I figured out what the problem is and hope Roxio looks at this post. I will send in the solution to support and hopefully they will take a look to send out an update. After much trouble shooting (they should pay me) and staying up until 2am (I need this to work) the issue is with the actual wi-fi activation. I was able to enable blu-ray authorization by tottering the wi-fi off and on while you activate the blu-ray activation selection. 1. First have your wi-fi on. 2. Then open up Toast 19 Pro 3. Select the Blu-ray Activation in the Help Menu 4. Turn off your wi-fi. 5. Then try to activate 6. Message says that you do not have your wi-fi on, do you want to try again. 7. turn on your wi-fi 8. Then try activating it again and hit "ok" - BUT immediately turn of and on your wi-fi while it is trying to activate. - You may have to do something like this a few times to get it to activate. Then it will activate eventually. You may have to do this a few times. I did this method on two Macs (Mac Pro 2013 and 15" MacBook Pro 2018) and it worked. Corel/Roxio: Please find a solution, talk to Apple if you have too. And give us an update with a patch!!!
  10. Lobi-One

    Toast 19 Pro Blu-Ray-Authoring crash Toast

    Yes, join the club...waiting on a fix.
  11. Lobi-One

    toast 19 crashes

    Yes, I would too. Come on Roxio...help us out who still use your products..
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