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  1. imapcfriend

    Dvd Music Disc

    I really enjoy compiling my audio cd's into a music DVD using NXT-1. I love the fact that I can put the title of the song currently playing and the CD art of the album it is from. My only regret is that NXT-1 does not allow 24bit audio to be imported to the program. I have CD's that are mastered in 24bit and to me it sounds better than 16bit that regular cd's are. Does NXT 3 pro allow 24bit audio? If not, can we include 24bit audio in future releases.
  2. I have been using Toast titanium 11 Pro for about a year now, no problems, then all of a sudden, when I choose the VIDEO app tab to make a regular 4 hour, set top video, it will not launch and I have to force quit. I have submitted the case to Roxio and performed the tasks they suggest in the article at: http://corel.force.com/index/articles/en_US/Master_Article/Toast-or-Popcorn-does-not-launch-or-crashes? Didn't help. I then took the .component files out the Quick Time directory and tried it again - no dice! I have run repair disk permissions time and time again from the Utility folder, downloaded and ran "Coctail" as the article suggested, still the VIDEO portion of the app hangs. I am done! Running 27" iMac, Snow Leopard 10.6.8 and have updated it, uninstalled and reinstalled Toast and updated it. The DVD drive works as I burned the DVD using the free app "Burn" when Toast would not perform. Any ideas anyone? Thanks!
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