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Worth Upgrading From Version 11?



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They tried to gradually improve on things, shifting focus and adding stuff. Only you can decide if those features and improvements are important to you. You don't miss what you are unaware of, heh. How do you generally use Toast 11?


Toast 11 Pro

HDR Express 2
FotoMagico 3 RE
iZotope Music & Speech Cleaner
SmartSound Sonicfire Pro 5.8
BD Plug-in for Toast 11
Toast 11 Titanium
(Intel; Mac OS X 10.5-10.9; 1 GB RAM; 1 GB (5 GB for Pro) of free space)
Disc Cover 3 RE
DiscCatalogMaker RE 5.6
Get Backup 2 RE
Mac2TiVo 1.2
Spin Doctor 1
TiVo Transfer 2.1
Toast 15 Pro
HDR Express 3
FotoMagico 5 RE
Corel Painter Essentials 5
Corel AfterShot 3
Toast 15 High-Def/Blu-ray Disc Plug-in
Toast 15 Titanium; Screen Recording & Voice-over; Capture and Convert Video & Audio
(Intel; Mac OS X 10.7-10.11; 2 GB RAM; 1 GB (5 GB for Pro) of free space)
Toast MyDVD 1.2 (100+ Templates)
Roxio Secure Burn 1
DiscCatalogMaker RE 6.4
Live Screen Capture 1.1
Toast Audio Assistant 1
Toast Slice 1
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Thanks theoldarchiver.


As I can see, the voice-over and the screen recording are the only real improvements. If there are 100 menu templates now, this can be interesting too.


I don't understand why they did not improve the way we build menu.


I think I will wait for a real reengineering of this software. It is about time!

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