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Toast - Video Adjustments (Feature Request)


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I love the way I can add AU plug ins to my video projects (for example to mono a one-sided video's audio track or to equalise a dodgy one) but can I request that the next version of TOAST offers video adjustments too? (saturation/brightness/contrast/tint/sharpness).

 

While there are many "dvd creator" applications that offer similar adjustments I would prefer to only use the one complete app (Toast) rather than two or three different ones.

 

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I love the way I can add AU plug ins to my video projects (for example to mono a one-sided video's audio track or to equalise a dodgy one) but can I request that the next version of TOAST offers video adjustments too? (saturation/brightness/contrast/tint/sharpness).

 

While there are many "dvd creator" applications that offer similar adjustments I would prefer to only use the one complete app (Toast) rather than two or three different ones.

 

Thanks!

 

Not quite sure what you mean. Are you using the AU filters or adding a separate sound track to your video? The latter would be a boon, but I don't see how to do that with Toast Titanium 11. Perhaps you're running TT 11 Pro?

 

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Not quite sure what you mean. Are you using the AU filters or adding a separate sound track to your video? The latter would be a boon, but I don't see how to do that with Toast Titanium 11. Perhaps you're running TT 11 Pro?

 

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I'm using AU plugins to tweak the audio of a specific video, such as add treble, widen the stereo separation, add audio compression, reverb, etc.

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I'm using AU plugins to tweak the audio of a specific video, such as add treble, widen the stereo separation, add audio compression, reverb, etc.

 

OK. Thanks for the clarification. What I'd like to be able to do is to swap out the video's audio track for superior audio recorded separately. I can do that in iMovie, of course, but then I have to re-encode the video.

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