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Toast Pro 11

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Hello,

 

I have read that the Toast 11 Pro does need a plugin to create Blu ray discs?

Why?

 

Or can I use the plugin from version 10

 

I had hoped that for Blu ray video disc creation there where more possibilities .

 

Perhaps Roxio must think of some like DVD SP for Blu ray, but just like iDVD but than Blu ray would be very very nice

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Roxio says a plug-in is required for either Toast 11 or Toast 11 Pro to create Blu-ray video discs. Also, it can now play Blu-ray video discs created by Toast. The email promo I received from Roxio offers the Blu-ray plugin free with purchase of Toast 11 for a limited time. It, of course, is included with the Pro version.

 

Have you read the comparison on Roxio's page describing Toast 11? It lists what's new and what is improved.

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Roxio says a plug-in is required for either Toast 11 or Toast 11 Pro to create Blu-ray video discs. Also, it can now play Blu-ray video discs created by Toast. The email promo I received from Roxio offers the Blu-ray plugin free with purchase of Toast 11 for a limited time. It, of course, is included with the Pro version.

 

Have you read the comparison on Roxio's page describing Toast 11? It lists what's new and what is improved.

 

You can play AVCHD DVD5 blu-ray discs in Toast 10. Select AVCHD in media browser. However, it plays back in 4:3 aspect instead of 16:9.

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You can play AVCHD DVD5 blu-ray discs in Toast 10. Select AVCHD in media browser. However, it plays back in 4:3 aspect instead of 16:9.

 

You can watch AVCHD streams off of Blu-ray discs you create in Toast 10 using the Toast Video Player, can't you?

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