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  1. nevadaslick

    Audio Distortion With Toast 14

    I am a long time supporter and user of Toast. In fact, I've been using it since it was owned by Adaptec back in the early 2000's. I'm mentioning this because I am very experienced with the software and it's progression since it has been developed now by Roxio. I just purchased and installed Toast 14 and I'm having audio distortion issues similar to a problem that I had with Toast 8. When I import or drop audio files into Toast, and then play them back there is a slight distortion I hear. This makes the software unusable. I'm running Mac OS 10.9 on a 2010 MacPro. I'm using MOTU 424 PCIe card along with the MOTU 24 I/O audio interface. Can anyone shed any light on this issue. I sent in a tech support ticket yesterday but haven't heard back from anyone yet and need to resolve this issue ASAP. I could really use some positive feedback to help me resolve this issue ASAP. Thank you!
  2. xparrot_lcg

    Roxio Restore Not Reading Disc (Mavericks)

    I am trying to restore some backed up data from DVD. I have a brand new computer system. I have Toast 12.1 installed and have run the Roxio Restore from a DVD in an external DVD drive. The software works fine except that it doesn't seem to recognize the disk it wants. For instance it is asking for the 11 of 17 DVD. That disc is the one currently in the drive. Is there a way from within Toast 12.1 to restore data from a DVD?
  3. I upgraded to Mavericks on release by Apple and now find that my TiVo tranfer is almost completly stuffed. At the very least an already cumbersome process is twice as slow as previously and sometimes just falls in a heap/hangs and does not complete the transfer. The TiVo transfer capability was my main reason for buying this software which worked under previous versions of the Mac OS but now needs an upgrade. The problems happen on a 2013 macbook pro retina and on an iMac. Would love some help. Contacted TiVo whose suggestions to get around the problem did not work - they acknowledge that their suggested solution does not always work. Any thoughts?
  4. Hello, I have just upgraded to Mavericks, and noticed something strange with Toast 11. While Toast still works for me, it's very, very slow. To convert a 27 minute video, it took me almost 3 hours! It's not a RAM problem, as I have 32Gb of ram, and have a Late 2012 iMac 27". Is there a fix for this, and is anyone else having the same problems? Thanks so much.
  5. Let's see, hopefully I can give all the background info properly: Working on an iMac Mid 2011, Processor 2.7 GHz Intel Core i5, Memory 4 GB 1333 MHz DDR3, Graphics AMD Radeon HD 6770M 512 MB, Software OS X 10.9 Using Toast 11 Titanium, Version 11.1 Burning a simple DVD (no HD) so I can watch it on a regular DVD player, so I'm using the "VIDEO" option and then the "DVD-Video" subcategory. In a folder are two files: Joe and Nancy.avi and Joe and Nancy.srt (yes, the names of the files are exactly the same, the only difference is the extension) Prior to upgrading to OS X 10.9 (Mavericks), all I had to do was drop the Joe and Nancy.avi file in Toast, click on "burn" and insert a DVD. Once finished, I could watch the DVD and the subtitles that were in the file Joe and Nancy.srt would automatically be hardcoded into the video (which is exactly what I wanted). The last time I did this was 2 days before upgrading to Mavericks. One day after upgrading to Mavericks, Toast will only burn the Joe and Nancy.avi file but I cannot get it to recognize the .srt file with the subtitles (and of course, it doesn't burn them when burning the video). I have made absolutely no changes to any preferences to any other applications, the only change has been the upgrade to Mavericks. Just in case someone needs this info, the Joe and Nancy.avi file has the following characteristics: Video: DivX 6.0, 720 x 304, 25 fps Audio: MPEG Layer - 3, Audio, Stereo, 48000 Hz The Output Summary says: Video: MPEG-2, 4.0 Mbps (8.0 Mbps max) Audio: Dolby Digital 192 kbps The day after I upgraded to Mavericks I tried to burn a DVD like the one I had burned a few days before with the Joe and Nancy movie, and it would burn the movie but not the subtitles. In fact, I tried to burn the same movie I had burned last (Joe and Nancy) and this time it would NOT burn the subtitles. It wouldn't even show them when looking at the movie in Edit mode while in Toast. Either Mavericks and Toast have an incompatibility or there is now a codec that is missing or not compatible with Mavericks and that is somehow affecting Toast. Has anybody had the same problem or even better, found a solution?
  6. I'm thinking of upgrading to Mavericks...the price certainly is right! But I'm wondering if doing so will "break" Toast 11.1. Does anyone know or have any ideas? Roaring Apps.com seems to think it's not compatible. I really can't afford to have to pay to upgrade to a newer version of Toast (when it's available) to be able to keep Toast functioning. Thanks for your input. {
  7. After installing Mavericks yesterday, the encoding/CD burning process was so terribly slow that I had to cancel and download the free burn software to finish the job. When I say slow, I mean after 6 hours I was only at 25% completed. I was burning a couple of .m4v files (600 mb a piece) to DVD. The free burn software had it done within a couple of hours.
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