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Os X Yosemite & Toast 11

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Has anyone upgraded to OS X Yosemite? After the debacle with OS X Mavericks and Toast 11, I'm hesitant to move up from Lion.

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Dont do it now even Apple Pro Apps like Final Cut Pro X , Motion 5.1 and Compressor 4.1 don't even start but all will work in the Public Release of OS X Yosemite with maybe updated versions of Apple Pro Apps.

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I did it. Toast 11.2 (3175) not working with OS X Yosemite 10.10 Beta on my mid-2012 MacBook Pro. Tried all the old tricks, with / without Superdrive, reinstalling, etc. If anyone has any luck, please share.

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I saw screenshots on a French site of Toast 12 being used on Yosemite (see below). So, Toast 12 is probably be the only compatible version at this point of time. However, I find it ridiculous to pay an upgrade price of $60/$100 just for Yosemite compatibility. Can we hope for a Toast 11 update to address this issue?

 

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Close to this topic... If one has Toast Titanium (not Pro) and wants to upgrade, can one go to the Pro upgrade from the regular or only regular to regular?

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Close to this topic... If one has Toast Titanium (not Pro) and wants to upgrade, can one go to the Pro upgrade from the regular or only regular to regular?

I'm pretty sure you can get the Pro upgrade pricing when you previously owned the standard version.

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I saw screenshots on a French site of Toast 12 being used on Yosemite (see below). So, Toast 12 is probably be the only compatible version at this point of time. However, I find it ridiculous to pay an upgrade price of $60/$100 just for Yosemite compatibility. Can we hope for a Toast 11 update to address this issue?

 

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Sorry to say - I installed Toast 12 - and it is NOT working. Same issue. Application will not open.

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I too have Yosemite & Toast 11 Titanium Pro, BUT, TiVo Transfer won't work (it recognizes my TiVo and the folder where I store the downloads, but when I try and activate a Transfer, the transfer starts, and then quits after a few seconds.) I tried cTiVo, but it also fails to download/transfer files from my TiVo.

 

Any thoughts on what I might be able to do to retain TiVo transfer capability under Yosemite?

 

Thanks........Jim Taylor

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I too have Yosemite & Toast 11 Titanium Pro, BUT, TiVo Transfer won't work (it recognizes my TiVo and the folder where I store the downloads, but when I try and activate a Transfer, the transfer starts, and then quits after a few seconds.) I tried cTiVo, but it also fails to download/transfer files from my TiVo.

 

Any thoughts on what I might be able to do to retain TiVo transfer capability under Yosemite?

 

Thanks........Jim Taylor

Roxio has abandoned TiVo Transfer. Your only option is cTiVo. I'm away and can't test mine until next week. Check with that developer.

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I'm using Yosemite and Toast 11 fully updated and not working with iso burn, is there a compatible issue here?

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Using TT 11.2 and Yosemite (10.10.1). I'm not having issues with Toast opening, but (and this is the first time since I upgraded system to Yosemite 3-4 days ago), but it won't burn a Blu ray. Using Samsung SE-506BB.

I've tried 2-3 new discs. Each time i start the burn, it just displays "waiting for writer", runs 2-3 minutes searching and then ejects the disc and instructs to insert a recordable disc.

 

Anyone have any solutions?

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I'm using Yosemite and Toast 11 fully updated and not working with iso burn, is there a compatible issue here?

There should be no problem burning the .iso using the Image File setting in the Copy window. What is happening when you try? You can also drag the contents of the mounted .iso into Toast's Data window to burn the disc. If this is a video DVD be sure to choose DVD-Rom (UDF) as the format in the Data window.

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Old Mac/user ..Recent Mini/Yosemite/iMovie 10

Burning files coming from SonyCam/iMove on a single DVD is OK with Toast 10 or 11

but Error?? with a double DVD (about 6,7GB )

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is there an explanation ??

THKS

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Old Mac/user ..Recent Mini/Yosemite/iMovie 10

Burning files coming from SonyCam/iMove on a single DVD is OK with Toast 10 or 11

but Error?? with a double DVD (about 6,7GB )

see Screen copy

 

is there an explanation ??

THKS

It is possible that your drive does not work well with that brand of DL discs. I suggest choosing Save as Disc Image instead of clicking the burn button. Then burn the .toast file to disc using the Image File setting in the Copy window. This reduces chance of errors. I don't know if this is an issue with Toast and Yosemite.

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Toast 11 and 10.0.9 cannot find my dvd/cd writer which is connected with USB.

I am using an iMac with OS 10.10.

Connection is supposed to be with an external Samsung DVD/CD Writer S084D.

 

Toast gives me the pull down to select a burner, but it asks me for an I.P. like number. There isn't any for a USB device.

 

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Hello,

 

I am also having issues with Yosemite and Toast 11.2. It took over 6 hours to burn a blu ray disc and before I put on Yosemite it was taking me an hour to burn the disc. Didn't know if anybody is having this problem? Any Ideas? Thanks!

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I'm also having problems burning DVD's. Just submitted this bug via email.

 

After updating Toast Titanium 11.2 (3175) on my iMac i keep getting Sense Key = MEDIUM ERROR, Sense Code = 0x02, No Seek Complete when trying to burn DVD+R DL's. Both Memorex and Verbatims are now failing. All failing during writing the Lead-Out. Nothing else has changed on my mac.

 

Running OS X Yosemite 10.10.1

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I'm also having problems burning DVD's. Just submitted this bug via email.

 

After updating Toast Titanium 11.2 (3175) on my iMac i keep getting Sense Key = MEDIUM ERROR, Sense Code = 0x02, No Seek Complete when trying to burn DVD+R DL's. Both Memorex and Verbatims are now failing. All failing during writing the Lead-Out. Nothing else has changed on my mac.

 

Running OS X Yosemite 10.10.1

 

Roxio responded to me this way when I tweeted my problem. Looks like they are defaulting to Toast 12 for Yosemite.

Roxio@Roxio Dec 29

@brianh526 TT 11 is from 2011 and is not compatible with newer Mac OS http://howto.corel.com/index.php/Roxio:Toast_11_system_requirements_and_supported_file_types?family=roxio&uselang=en&kb=true&product=&version=&topic=&sKey=toast%20system%20requirements

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Why should I pay More for an upgrade than I originally paid for the product? The fact that there is an unwillingness to maintain compatibility MAC O/S reveals what is there real intent.

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Ever since I upgraded my iMac OS to Yosemite, my Toast 11 Titanium won't burn Blu-ray disc now. It keeps giving me error message: "Sense Key=Medium error" and

"Sense Code=0x73, 0x03" no matter what make of blu-ray disc is used. Toast 11 Titanium worked great with Marvericks and Mountain Lion. Is there any help here either from Roxio or Apple? Or do I have to go back to Mountain Lion and how do I do that? PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I'm sorry but I don't know. My Blu-ray burner is on a Mac running OS 10.9 and I'm also using Toast 12. Corel/Roxio just released a Toast 12.1 update and my guess is it is mostly about compatibility with Yosemite. Upgrading may be your best option. The Toast 11 Blu-ray plugin is automatically accepted with Toast 12 so you don't have to buy it again or the Pro version.

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