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Toast 8 to Toast 10—Differences

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Hi folks

 

I have used Toast for many years, and am now using Toast 8. As a video producer I use Final Cut Studio 5, MPEG Streamclip, etc. The suggestion has come that I should upgrade to Toast 10 (not Pro version), but what advantages would 10 give me over 8?

 

Many thanks

 

Roy :blink:

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I'd do it just for the bug fixes, but I don't know where to start because I don't know how you use Toast now or how you would enjoy using its expanded capabilities. I suggest buying Toast 10 as a download from Roxio. You'll have 30 days to decide if you want to keep it or to request a refund.

 

One thing you might enjoy are the improved menus including 16x9 menus.

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I'd do it just for the bug fixes, but I don't know where to start because I don't know how you use Toast now or how you would enjoy using its expanded capabilities. I suggest buying Toast 10 as a download from Roxio. You'll have 30 days to decide if you want to keep it or to request a refund.

 

One thing you might enjoy are the improved menus including 16x9 menus.

 

Thanks tsantee, mainly for encoding and burning DVDs produced in Final Cut Pro, and sometimes for simply importing video directly from my camcorder and editing it for quick non-critical mini-projects.

 

Roy

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The MPEG encoder is a newer version and Roxio says it is better. The menus are much better looking and there are more options to customize the menus. MPEG 2 editing is greatly improved. The Media Browser is greatly improved. Toast 10 is still being updated whereas Toast 8 is not.

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