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  1. Hey all, Just purchased Toast 19 Pro today on a really good discount. Everything is fine, and this is mainly a question if this is normal behavior. Under Big Sur 11.3.1, and Toast 19.4 When looking at video settings, the Flash Video Format is greyed out, at F4V. I don't use flash, but when trying my copy of 17.4 Pro in a Catalina VM, this option could be selected. I just wondered if was greyed out now, because flash has been discontinued, and there is no real use for it anymore. Usually I work with AVC or HEVC video, and not flash. I mainly want toast for blu-ray video support, as it's still the best option for the Mac as far as I've been able to find. If anyone can shed some light on this: would be appreciated. Thanks. By the way, since I just purchased 19 today, It's a clean install on Big Sur. I haven't used my copy of toast 17 since I used it on Mojave a couple years ago.
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