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No Toast 10 Updates?

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Am I going crazy or are there no updates on the Toast 10 update page at http://www.roxio.com/enu/support/toast/software_updatesv10.html ?

 

Thanks!

 

No you are not going crazy. The update released a couple of weeks ago, v10.0.9 didn't resolve much and stopped CDSD working at all under Lion, so its been pulled. I'm told they are currently working upon a new one which will resolve all the issues (I think we've heard that before) but they cannot tell when it is to be released. So CDSD at the moment, for me, is totally useless. :angry2:

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No you are not going crazy. The update released a couple of weeks ago, v10.0.9 didn't resolve much and stopped CDSD working at all under Lion, so its been pulled. I'm told they are currently working upon a new one which will resolve all the issues (I think we've heard that before) but they cannot tell when it is to be released. So CDSD at the moment, for me, is totally useless. :angry2:

 

THERE it is!

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THERE it is!

 

Yes you are right, there it is but does it work? not in my case. Installation was not straight forward either, you have to trash the full Toast Titanium 10 folder as it says info.plist is in use and cannot continue.

 

The original update 1009_568.dmg did not let CDSD work under Lion and neither does this version 1009_569.dmg. So I still have a useless application.

 

Come on Roxio get your act together.

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I have Toast 10.0.9 on a Snow Leopard OS.

 

After the whole process of burning is done. there is no sound recorded. Is it because of Ver 10 on Mac OS X?

 

Does this mean that Toast 11 will work fine with Snow Leopard?

 

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Toast 10.0.9 works great in Snow Leopard. A lack of audio on a video DVD is likely due to the source video requiring a QuickTime codec that you don't have. If you go to perian.org and download and install the appropriate perian codec you should be able to do that project over from the beginning and it will have sound.

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