I'm having my own troubles making a music DVD with Toast 10.
Last time I made one was four years ago with an older version of Toast and an older Mac running an older version of OS X.
Now I'm on Toast 10.0.7 with a MacBook Pro running OS 10.6.4.
The problem is this:
When I made that music DVD a few years back, I created my own menu, with instructions I found on the web for using Photoshop.
The new music DVD I want to make needs a longer title line than will fit on the old menu I created.
So, I copied the file, opened it in Photoshop and modified the first text line on the screen, adding more "x"s to accommodate the longer text I need.
I saved the finished file and placed it in Home/Library/Application Support/Roxio/Toast DVD Menu Styles. This is where the old menu I created is.
Only thing is, when I open Toast, the new menu name isn't on the list of available choices.
What's the "trick" to getting it to show up?
I'm also having another issue.
I've saved the creation in Toast and it created a file called Equinox.disc (Equinox being the name of the project).
When I launched Toast today and opened the file, I get a message saying
"Equinox.disc" is an unsupported format and could not be added.
When I go into the file, the text I entered is there but the music file and picture is no longer there (and I suppose, needs to be re-added).
Anyone know why this would be the case?
Any help with either of the above would be much appreciated.
Thanks in advance.