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Motion Picture Hd


TomInIowa

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Why did they remove Motion Pictures HD from Toast 9? It was one of my main reasons for using Toast.

One less reason to upgrade... :(

My uninformed judgement is that Roxio got disgusted with the developer's lack of support for Motion Pictures. It had too many bugs that weren't getting fixed. The version bundled with Toast 8 was essentially the same as the one in Toast 7. If I was Roxio I wouldn't want to continue paying license fees to the developer just to include the same troublesome version in Toast 9.

 

But I may have all this wrong. All I know is that there was no development going on with Motion Pictures for a long time.

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Motion Pictures HD is not part of Toast 9 Titanium, that said I'll try to help you get the T8 version working which it should.

 

Can you try launching Toast 8 once, then quitting Toast 8.

 

Now see if Motion Pictures launches.

 

Now try launching Toast 9 and quitting Toast 9.

 

Now try to launch Motion Pictures again.

I have just installed Toast 9 & have just used it with MPHD without any problems. If there are any issues I can help you with let me know.

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With Toast 8, Motion Picture HD worked just fine.

 

After installing Toast 9, Motion Picture HD does NOT work. It keeps asking for Toast 8 (which is still there).

 

Is making High Definition slides shows somewhere inside of toast 9?

 

Motion Pictures HD is not part of Toast 9 Titanium, that said I'll try to help you get the T8 version working which it should.

 

Can you try launching Toast 8 once, then quitting Toast 8.

 

Now see if Motion Pictures launches.

 

Now try launching Toast 9 and quitting Toast 9.

 

Now try to launch Motion Pictures again.

 

 

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