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Toast 10 Vs Toast 9 Question

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I am considering upgrading to Tast 10 from 9. Are the menus any better in 10, specifically I am concerned about chapter marks. In Toast 9 the chapter mark text does not show up. What is it like with Toast 10?

Also one last question. Is Toast 10 and the USB interface cable all that I would need to capture VHS video from a player to iMovie or Final Cut Express?

Thanks in advance for any help?


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Toast 10's menus are generally more attractive than those in Toast 9. However, there still is no way to add text to the scene/chapter menus. The Easy VHS to DVD for Mac USB device and its application capture video as MPEG 2. This makes it easy to trim and use for video DVDs without using a video editing application. If you want to import the video to iMovie or Final Cut it needs to be converted to a format those can accept such as h.264 or DV, which Toast can do. If you routinely will be importing the video into iMovie or Final Cut a better choice may be a device that captures the video as DV or h.264 in the first place.

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