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Toast 11 On Yosemite Burning Slower Than Molasses In January


oldman*nonewbie
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But it's March...and it took over an hour to burn a two hour DVD (regular not BD) on Titanium 11 latest version along

with latest version of Yosemite on a 27inch iMac 3.2ghz i5 quad with 16 gig RAM.

 

I have an OWC BD burner virtually brand new as my external.

 

I wanted to burn 3 discs, when it came time to insert disc 2 after what seemed forever, I thought twice.

As I was leaving for an hour and a half, I thought ok, it will be finished upon my return.

When I returned, it said it had burned 7%!

 

Is this the norm now?

Is there an alternative method to burning a DVD efficiently?

From what I read Toast 12 is problematic as well.

 

Update...I did not delete Toast 10. Did a copy and it took 5 minutes to burn that same disc.

 

Thanks!

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That sounds ridiculously slow. When Roxio totally rewrote Toast 11 as version 11.1 disc burning of DVDs was around 2X speed. They improved it somewhat but it still averages about 4X to 5X whereas earlier versions burned twice as fast. What you're describing isn't normal for Toast 11 or 12. When you have a lot of discs to burn it does make sense to choose Save as Disc Image and then use an earlier version of Toast to do the burning via the Image File setting in the Copy window.

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