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  1. joestorch

    Installing Toast 11 Blue-Ray Plugin

    I'm looking to burn a blue-ray disc, and I have Toast Titanium 11, but the only problem was I needed to buy the plugin. I purchased the $20 plugin. It is a .app and won't install into the plugin. How can I install it? Is there another step I am missing in between opening up toast and downloading the plugin?
  2. civex

    Bias Is Messing Up Audacity

    I have SoundSoap 2, which came with Toast Titanium 11 Pro. SoundSoap uses BIAS authorization Manager. BIAS is now defunct. http://www.bias-inc.com When I try to start Audacity 2.0.4, a free Mac sound editor, BIAS thinks I need a license and starts popping up windows demanding that I either enter my registration number or buy a license. Eventually after I click cancel on the several windows, Audacity starts, but the menus are greyed out. How do I get BIAS to stop recognizing Audacity? OS X 10.7.5; Audacity 2.0.4; SoundSoap 2.
  3. Hi Roxio Community, Have a problem with Toast 11. Trying to burn a Disc Image created in Adobe Encore. When I drag in the .iso file from Finder it loads up as expected but when I go into the settings it shows that the quality is only Very Good and not Identical as it shows when I copy direct from a DVD directly as opposed to an iso file? The compression is showing as 'Low' and the quality is less than 100% match to the original. Why is this? I have already encoded it Toast please don't try and re-encode it! In seriousness, is it something that will be a problem? Should I just burn it from Disk Utility? Really appreciate any help or advice. Best wishes, Alex
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