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Convert Quicktime/DiVX to DVD?


petern1674

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No. For that you'd need Toast 7.

 

But I don't think Toast 7 has all the new features of Popcorn 2, does it? Like the "director's cut" pick-and-choose feature, which looks really nice.

 

For the record, I already own Toast 6 and Popcorn 1, and I'm very happy with both products. I just don't understand why Popcorn 2 was released as a separate product. I thought Toast 7 brought it all together. Now it looks like I'm expected to buy both products (again) to get all the functionality?

 

Or are we supposed to wait for Toast 8?

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But I don't think Toast 7 has all the new features of Popcorn 2, does it? Like the "director's cut" pick-and-choose feature, which looks really nice.

 

For the record, I already own Toast 6 and Popcorn 1, and I'm very happy with both products. I just don't understand why Popcorn 2 was released as a separate product. I thought Toast 7 brought it all together. Now it looks like I'm expected to buy both products (again) to get all the functionality?

 

Or are we supposed to wait for Toast 8?

I have both Popcorn 2 and Toast 7 and enjoy that they are different applications. Sure they do some things the same, but in those cases Popcorn 2 is much easier to use and can be faster as well.

 

As for converting DivX to DVD, another option you have is to buy a DVD player that accepts DivX discs.

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From reading Roxio's website, I understand that Popcorn2 can import Quicktime/DiVX files and convert them to iPod compatible video files. Can Popcorn2 also convert these Quicktime/DiVX files to DVD format?

No. For that you'd need Toast 7.

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