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Tt12 On Yosemite?

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Has anyone run/installed Toast Titanium 12 with MacOS X10.10 Yosemite? I've been running TT8 for ages, and while it wasn't supposed to work with recent Mac OS versions, I had no issues up to Mavericks. Now some features have failed, and I'd like to upgrade to 12.

 

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Toast 12 is currently not compatible with MAC OS Yosemite. I will update you once a patch or update has been released.

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I am running Toast 12 on Yosemite . I had problem with the installation and it appears to be running OK. I am having a problem with a task and I don't think it has anything to do with Yosemite, rather, it is my own lack of knowledge. I could use some HELP. I am trying to edit a 1 hr 25 five minute video down to about 50 minutes. The material loaded into the program fine. I have edited the movie as it is described on the tutorials and in the manual. When I burn the disk, it does not omit the sections that I edited out. If I play the video from the timeline, all of the omissions work fine, but the burned disk has the complete video. Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong?

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Have not heard any response from our Product manager, but they told me that they are working on it. Maybe it is a patch for Yosemite. It will be posted on our Roxio update page but I don't have the exact date and time for the said fix or patch. You can install Toast 12 on Yosemite though we cannot give you full support to it since we still don't have a confirmation if all functions of Toast 12 is working in Yosemite.

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Have not heard any response from our Product manager, but they told me that they are working on it. Maybe it is a patch for Yosemite. It will be posted on our Roxio update page but I don't have the exact date and time for the said fix or patch. You can install Toast 12 on Yosemite though we cannot give you full support to it since we still don't have a confirmation if all functions of Toast 12 is working in Yosemite.

 

Any update?

 

Some days, like today, it won't even start, let alone use any of the functions, extract from Spindump log ...

 

Process: Toast Titanium [3101]

Path: /Applications/Toast 12 Titanium/Toast Titanium.app/Contents/MacOS/Toast Titanium

Identifier: com.roxio.Toast

Version: 12 [3385] (12)

Code Type: X86 (Native)

Parent Process: ??? [1]

Responsible: Toast Titanium [3101]

User ID: 501

 

Date/Time: 2014-11-12 07:56:47.139 +0000

OS Version: Mac OS X 10.10 (14A389)

Report Version: 11

 

Time Awake Since Boot: 1400 seconds

 

Crashed Thread: 0 Dispatch queue: com.apple.main-thread

 

Exception Type: EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGSEGV)

Exception Codes: KERN_INVALID_ADDRESS at 0x0000000000000001

 

VM Regions Near 0x1:

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__TEXT 0000000000001000-0000000000f59000 [ 15.3M] r-x/rwx SM=COW /Applications/Toast 12 Titanium/Toast Titanium.app/Contents/MacOS/Toast Titanium

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There's an update to support Yosemite that I just downloaded now by opening Toast Titanium 12 and choosing check for updates (after closing the initial screen that dims the check for updates option). I haven't tested it yet. The Toast version is 12.0.1.

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I've tried the update. It does not work. For me, as soon as I get to "Writing Lead-in," Toast 12 hangs up for eternity. At first, I'd restart the computer and then I'd be able to burn a dvd. Now it doesn't work ever. I now have more coasters than I do coffee table space. Not sure how they can sell this software in good conscience to mac users.

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I've tried the update. It does not work. For me, as soon as I get to "Writing Lead-in," Toast 12 hangs up for eternity. At first, I'd restart the computer and then I'd be able to burn a dvd. Now it doesn't work ever. I now have more coasters than I do coffee table space. Not sure how they can sell this software in good conscience to mac users.

How very frustrating. I doubt if it has anything to do with Yosemite. Are you burning a data disc or a video disc? Does it do the same thing if you choose Save as Disc Image instead of clicking the burn button and then burn the resulting .toast file using the Image File setting in the Copy window? Have you tried a different brand of blank discs?

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The update doesn't work for me either.

 

Seems to be the same problem.

Normally just gets stuck at 'writing lead-in' and I have to force quit the application.

Although saying that, I have managed to get it to fully complete one burn attempt. It 'tinged' and asked if I wanted to mount the disc, however on checking, the disc was still completely blank and writable from another machine.

 

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The update doesn't work for me either.

 

Seems to be the same problem.

Normally just gets stuck at 'writing lead-in' and I have to force quit the application.

Although saying that, I have managed to get it to fully complete one burn attempt. It 'tinged' and asked if I wanted to mount the disc, however on checking, the disc was still completely blank and writable from another machine.

 

:(

Have you tried choosing Save as Disc Image and then burning the resulting .toast file to disc using the Toast Copy window? I know that Toast loses communication with drives sometimes when there is a delay between when the burn button is pressed and when the disc burning actually begins. There also is a simulation mode where Toast appears to be burning a disc but the laser is never turned on. I think that is in the recorder settings menu. Make sure that isn't turned on.

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The most recent response I got via Facebook was "hell if we know". (My translation of market speak BS that the development team hasn't told us anything. Did they ever hear of asking?)

 

I'm looking to cut the cord with Roxio. They are asleep at the switch as far as I can tell. I'm going to be looking for replacement applications. Suggestions are welcomed.

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I tried the Save as Disk Image option and got the same errors Copying as I did trying to create a fresh video DVD: Sense Key = MEDIUM ERROR

Sense Code = 0x73, 0x03 about seven times, and then it said my disk was ready, but I couldn't see any indication of laser burn on the disk. Simulation mode isn't turned on. in desperation, I re-downloaded Toast 10, but it won't even open in Yosemite.

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Hi, my toast crashes on launch. I'm running yosemite 10.10.2

I got an email saying i was entitled to free support but no support code and I can't seem to get one. I tried chat but they kept cutting me off. I don' think they want to talk to me. Just before they cut me off the first time they told me to try deleting the application and reinstalling. that doesn't help. It still crashes.

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Hi, my toast crashes on launch. I'm running yosemite 10.10.2

I got an email saying i was entitled to free support but no support code and I can't seem to get one. I tried chat but they kept cutting me off. I don' think they want to talk to me. Just before they cut me off the first time they told me to try deleting the application and reinstalling. that doesn't help. It still crashes.

 

I too am having the very same problem. And after paying $100. Now here's is a happy camper.

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As far as I am concerned, it is time to move along. Roxio's support has never been very good and they were given the same (very ample) opportunity to have access to the operating system upgrades as the other developers whose products work with Yosemite. Apple have a clearly established pattern of updating the operating the operating system every 12 to 18 months and yet Roxio is, yet again, unprepared and seems not to be concerned that their paying customers can't use the product. The answer is to quit being a paying customer. Eventually they will just go away.

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Hi, my toast crashes on launch. I'm running yosemite 10.10.2

I got an email saying i was entitled to free support but no support code and I can't seem to get one. I tried chat but they kept cutting me off. I don' think they want to talk to me. Just before they cut me off the first time they told me to try deleting the application and reinstalling. that doesn't help. It still crashes.

 

You need to delete various preference files as well. Not that it matters because it is highly unlikely that the problem lies there, but the tech support was inadequate. Deleting the App itself does not delete the preference, app support and related files. Get AppZapper or one of the similar apps which will delete such things if you want to bother with this, but I rather doubt that doing so will help you.

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"And one more thing...", Roxio is presently owned by Corel. If you have any use in the continued use of Toast, you might call Corel's sales department and tell them that Corel management needs to take over and get the product fixed if they expect people to buy it.

 

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Hi, my toast crashes on launch. I'm running yosemite 10.10.2

I got an email saying i was entitled to free support but no support code and I can't seem to get one. I tried chat but they kept cutting me off. I don' think they want to talk to me. Just before they cut me off the first time they told me to try deleting the application and reinstalling. that doesn't help. It still crashes.

A crash on launch is usually because Toast is finding an external device connected to the Mac that it cannot recognize. If you have anything connected other than optical or hard drives, and keyboard/mouse try disconnecting those before launching Toast. If that works start reconnecting devices to determine which one is causing the problem.

 

Of course it could be something else. Hold down the option key and choose Library in the Go menu in the Finder. Trash the Toast plist & prefs files in the library's Preferences folder.

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A crash on launch is usually because Toast is finding an external device connected to the Mac that it cannot recognize. If you have anything connected other than optical or hard drives, and keyboard/mouse try disconnecting those before launching Toast. If that works start reconnecting devices to determine which one is causing the problem.

 

Of course it could be something else. Hold down the option key and choose Library in the Go menu in the Finder. Trash the Toast plist & prefs files in the library's Preferences folder.

 

Tsantee,

 

Do you have any indication that Toast actually runs on Yosemite?

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As the OP, I can confirm Toast 12 is working with Yosemite on my iMac. Heck, Toast 8 was working too, with a few glitches with the progress screen. The most typical cause of failure is the Mac going to sleep during encoding or burn. Before starting a project I head to System Preferences, then Energy Saver control panel and set it to 2 hours before sleep. I don't mess with the display setting, it dims in a couple of minutes. If I forget, I make coasters.

 

Yosemite 10.10.2, Toast 12.0.1, Mid 2007 iMac, 4 GB ram

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