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M1 and macOS 12 Monterey


MaxEdisonMD
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On 11/10/2021 at 5:21 PM, patvideoguy said:

Sadly I have had zero luck using Toast 20 Pro. I started before upgrading to Monterey, and had endless problems. Same continues with Monterey. Just crashes endlessly.

It seems to have the same bugs that Toast 19 had when it came out. Result code = -48 and -47.

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Toast 20 is still an Intel native app only.  It does use a decoder process that is M1 native, but since about 90% of the work is done by the Intel app when you are encoding, the performance is not good on a M1.  With similar settings, it looks like Apple Compressor 4.6 (which is M1 native) can beat it by about a factor of two.  I have not upgraded yet to Monterey, so I'm still using MacOS 11.6.1.  I do have problems with Toast crashing unexpectedly (on a 16 GB M1 Mini), and I'm seeing other problems mentioned here like the disk size being too big,  especially after doing any customization of the default menu/background choices.  If I could get it to stop re-encoding MP4 files, I would be happy.  I've had this problem ever since the Blu-ray plug-in came out years ago.

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I have a brand new MacBook Pro 16 inch with M1 Max Pro running Monterey.  I can get Toast 20 Pro to work to burn a Blu-Ray, but it won't work in the "Updated" mode with all of the nice menu options.  It only works in "Classic" mode which is limited in its menu choices.  Hoping Roxio will fix this!

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I have a MacBook Air with the M1 and Toast 20 gives an "unstable connection" error when I try to burn a DVD. Works fine on my Intel iMac. Looks like they don't have the M1 quite figured out even running Rosetta. Upgraded from 17 with the hope it would work better... big mistake. Run don't walk to the nearest exit, believe I will be requesting a refund on this one.

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I can copy blu-ray disk but it has 49 GB and I don't have 50 GM disk, I could not burn it yet. At this time I would like to keep the copied file on my MBP and view the movie and later burn it when I get 50 GB disk. If someone know how to move the temporary files to permanent space.

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On 11/10/2021 at 3:31 PM, MaxEdisonMD said:

Anyone have any experience with Toast 20 running on a M1 Mac in Monterey?  If so, any luck with the Blu-ray plugin as it is the primary reason I would use Toast?  I have a new MBP with the M1 Max processor.

I can make a blu-ray image but any thing pass 10GB will cause a kernel panic. But the image plays OK on a Intel Mac Pro. That tells me the UDF driver version needs up dating on the M1 Macs.

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On 11/10/2021 at 3:31 PM, MaxEdisonMD said:

Anyone have any experience with Toast 20 running on a M1 Mac in Monterey?  If so, any luck with the Blu-ray plugin as it is the primary reason I would use Toast?  I have a new MBP with the M1 Max processor.

Looks like a new UDF driver for M1 Macs is needed.

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