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Launching Toast W/adobe Lightroom 2



I have been on the Lightroom forums for some time trying to figure out a way to have Lightroom launch Toast 8 to burn archival cd/dvd. I have figured out how to get Lightroom to launch Toast, the problem is that when Toast launches it switches immediately into video cd mode instead of data mode. I have searched what I could in the help menu with no luck. I can't even figure out how to move the automatically imported images from 'video cd' to 'data'. If anybody has any suggestions please let me know. Perhaps I am too blunt and don't see the obvious right in front of my face, that is usually how these problems are solved. Thanks in advance for your help. :D

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I see the problem. I don't know how to change that from happening. It's the same in Toast 9. Maybe someone can make this happen using Automator but I don't know how.


A couple of workarounds (other than the obvious of dragging the exported folder to the Data window).


1. Use the Files button in the Toast Media Browser to access the folder or files exported by Lightroom and then add them to the Data window from the Media Browser.


2. Create a temporary partition using the the option in the Toast Utilities menu (note that there are three format choices). Choose Disc Copy in the Copy window and choose the "disc" that's the name of your temporary partition. Export from Lightroom to the temporary partition and burn your disc. It will be a data disc. If you quit Toast after creating the temporary partition (and don't delete the partition) you can control click on either the mounted image icon or the .toast image file in the Finder and choose Toast It and Toast will be set to burn the disc

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