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Toast 11 And Os X El Capitan

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I held off on OS X Yosemite after all the complaints regarding incompatibility with Toast 11. Hopefully, OS X El Capitan (due September 30) will not have those problems. If anyone who still uses Toast 11 gets it, I'd appreciate a report. Thanks in advance.

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My versions of iPhoto, Final Cut Pro 10, and iMovie 10 all have to be updated (requires iPhoto 9.6.1, FCP 10.2.2 and iMovie 10.0.9). My Apple User I.D. isn't recognized, so I can't update them. I figure that can be fixed with a call to Apple. My old iMovie 6.0.3 is incompatible with El Capitan, which is a bummer since the changes made after that version eliminated some of the most useful features, such as: useful audio editing capabilities (they took away audio track isolation, audio enhancements and more); basic visual effects like video overlays for green screen, split screen etc.; and time code displays.

 

A workaround for Yosemite is discussed here that I hope works for El Capitan: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/6770253

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>A workaround for Yosemite is discussed here [for the iMovie 6.0.3 issue] that I hope works for El Capitan: https://discussions..../thread/6770253

 

It worked for El Capitan, but it's a pain. I hope they fix it.

 

>My Apple User I.D. isn't recognized, so I can't update [iPhoto, Final Cut Pr0 10 and iMovie 10 . I figure that can be fixed with a call to Apple.

 

Tried their on-line instructions, but no luck. Will have to call.

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>My old iMovie 6.0.3 is incompatible with El Capitan, which is a bummer since the changes made after that version eliminated some of the most useful features, such as: useful audio editing capabilities (they took away audio track isolation, audio enhancements and more); basic visual effects like video overlays for green screen, split screen etc.; and time code displays.

 

I spoke with Apple about this, and a fix sin't going to happen. They want you to upgrade to iMovie 10.

 

>A workaround for Yosemite is discussed here that I hope works for El Capitan: https://discussions..../thread/6770253

 

It works, but not well. Quite slow and balky. Fortunately, I have an old MacBook Pro with an older OS, so I can use iMovie 6.0.3 there.

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>My old iMovie 6.0.3 is incompatible with El Capitan, which is a bummer since the changes made after that version eliminated some of the most useful features, such as: useful audio editing capabilities (they took away audio track isolation, audio enhancements and more); basic visual effects like video overlays for green screen, split screen etc.; and time code displays.

 

I spoke with Apple about this, and a fix sin't going to happen. They want you to upgrade to iMovie 10.

 

>A workaround for Yosemite is discussed here that I hope works for El Capitan: https://discussions..../thread/6770253

 

It works, but not well. Quite slow and balky. Fortunately, I have an old MacBook Pro with an older OS, so I can use iMovie 6.0.3 there. Then, I was able to render the file on the new MacBook Pro with OS El Capitan, author it with iDVD, and burn it with Toast.

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>My old iMovie 6.0.3 is incompatible with El Capitan, which is a bummer since the changes made after that version eliminated some of the most useful features, such as: useful audio editing capabilities (they took away audio track isolation, audio enhancements and more); basic visual effects like video overlays for green screen, split screen etc.; and time code displays.

 

I spoke with Apple about this, and a fix sin't going to happen. They want you to upgrade to iMovie 10.

 

>A workaround for Yosemite is discussed here that I hope works for El Capitan: https://discussions..../thread/6770253

 

It works, but not well. Quite slow and balky. Fortunately, I have an old MacBook Pro with an older OS, so I can use iMovie 6.0.3 there. Then, I was able to render the file on the new MacBook Pro with OS El Capitan, author it with iDVD, and burn it with Toast.

 

I had the iMovie file on an external hard drive. I moved it to the desktop of the new MacBook Pro, and the editing process ran very smoothly.

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I held off on OS X Yosemite after all the complaints regarding incompatibility with Toast 11. Hopefully, OS X El Capitan (due September 30) will not have those problems. If anyone who still uses Toast 11 gets it, I'd appreciate a report. Thanks in advance.

I ,like yourself waited for os x El Capitan . Having loaded this new system my Toast 11 now does not show STAGE images . They are just two blank screens with no images .I have asked Roxio to respond but have had no reply so far . Anybody out there with any suggestion ? Thanking you in anticipation .

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I ,like yourself waited for os x El Capitan . Having loaded this new system my Toast 11 now does not show STAGE images . They are just two blank screens with no images .I have asked Roxio to respond but have had no reply so far . Anybody out there with any suggestion ? Thanking you in anticipation .

This worked for me: https://discussions..../thread/6770253

 

Not ideal, but I can at least use iMovie 6.0.3. Maybe it will work for STAGE.

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I just tried to burn a CD (from a disk image) using toast 11 under os x 10.11.1, but it crashed after I checked out the settings. I don't know if I should go ahead and try burning a CD or not now that it crashes... any suggestions?

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