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  1. fem

    Initial Thoughts Review on Toast 20

    Thanks for your first impressions! Is the Blu-Ray "plug-in" always the same as the previous releases? TIA PS: They claim Big Sur compatibility, but in a few days Monterey should be out!
  2. fem

    Super slow application launch

    I have a mini mac i7 6core, OS 11.4, 16GB Ram, SSD 500GB, same utilities And Toast 19.4 opens in 2 seconds. Strange behaviour of your copy
  3. fem

    Super slow application launch

    which mac do you use? which OS? Do you use some maintenance periodic procedure for your mac? Is your mac equipped with hard disk or SSD? how much ram is on board? Eventually, load time is related to insufficient ram, which requires help from your HD, and this increases load times
  4. fem

    Super slow application launch

    there is a FAQ on their site which provides instructions
  5. fem

    Super slow application launch

    My one opens in less than 2s. Probably there is a non compatibility with something remained from previous installations.
  6. fem

    19 crashes under 11.0.1

    Probably there is a conflict with either residuals of old installations, or some other app or plug. Have you tried to start in safe mode? (Immediately after reset, press shift, and then try to start Toast)
  7. fem

    19 crashes under 11.0.1

    It does not crash on opening... and it is 19.3, MacOS 11.2.3 (big sur) Minimac
  8. fem

    19 crashes under 11.0.1

    Toast is 19.3! cheers
  9. fem

    Chapters on media exported from FCPX

    I have used Compressor to prepare the image of either the dvd or the bd, then I use Toast to burn. I did not tried other apps. I know many alternatives, but I had no time nor will to try them. A simple idea: do your experiments with re-recordable discs: it's less expensive
  10. fem

    Chapters on media exported from FCPX

    after FCPX you have to use Compressor, to prepare the image of the DVD or the BD, and then you burn it with Toast. My DVDs and BDs perform the skip option you wish.
  11. "I chose this option: H.264 for Blu-ray. " Why you choose? Once you clic on create BD, it is automatically selected everything by default! The file coming out of FCPX is already ready. more look at the bottom line: during authoring your BD it was not able to create the menu. BDs require menu, like DVDs. To create a basic menu: this operation is available in compressor, by clicking on the bar "selected golden clips 5" a window on the right side should appear. it is very difficult to give instructions by this way, but you have not to interpret: by interpreting, and so, changing things, you complicate what is very simple. Please, follow the help instructions, in the suitable menu.
  12. One you have prepared your file with chapters (I hope you know how to do), you have to "send to...compressor" in FCPX (there is a suitable command). Compressor is automatically opened. You have to clic exactly on "create blu-ray", not only on one of the two items. There is another window with the movie up, and down the movie details with the audio and video options. Clicking on these details you get on the right side the ability to change titles size and so on. Once you have finished, you click on "send to batch" which after some minutes provides the image. This is also in the manual online Greetings
  13. after using FCPX, you should prepare the BD with Compressor. BD will be prepared with compression H.264, and the final result is an image disk ready to be burned by Toast, without problems cheers
  14. some options. Toast 19.3 is out. Big Sur has been updated today. Make Rosetta active in info of the app.