Roxio Toast 6.1 for Tiger is out

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by hodgjy, May 10, 2005.

  1. brap macrumors 68000

    May 10, 2004
    I'm burning a DVD right now with Toast 6.0.9, under the stripey OS. The updater doesn't add support per se, it looks like it just works out a few bugs peculiar to Tiger.
  2. hodgjy thread starter macrumors 6502

    Apr 15, 2005
    You're right. Support vs. bug fixes is a fine line I'm not too familiar with, as I'm not a programmer.

    From Roxio:

    Toast 6 Titanium v6.1

    Includes all previous version 6 updates, in addition to:


    Resolves an issue where Custom Hybrid format fails to write temporary partitions on Mac OS 10.4 (Tiger).
    Resolves an issue where Mac Volume format results in "error -36" on Mac OS 10.4 (Tiger).
    Resolves an issue where the HFS partition of discs created in Mac Volume or Custom Hybrid format has errors in the Master Directory Block when using the "Optimize on the Fly" option.
    Correctly records to DVD-R DL (dual layer) media for data disc formats.
    Resolves an issue where the Plextor 716 recorder detected CD-RW media as DVD-RAM.


    Following discussions with Apple, this version will no longer allow customers to create audio CDs, audio DVDs, or export audio to their hard drive using purchased iTunes music store content.

    Resolves an issue with DV encoding on Mac OS 10.4 (Tiger/QuickTime 7).
    Resolves an issue where export of movies to DV results in "error -50" on Mac OS 10.4 (Tiger/QuickTime 7).
    Aspect ratio of video produced in Final Cut Pro now correctly detected and preserved when encoded.
    Correctly records to DVD-R DL (dual layer) media for DVD-Video. Resolves an issue where -R DL dual-layer media was detected as +R DL double-layer media and recording failed or the layer break was set incorrectly.


    Resolves an issue with copies failing from images unable to be mounted or unmounted on Mac OS 10.4 (Tiger)
    Deja Vu Backup Scheduler:

    Updated Deja Vu v3.1 for Mac OS 10.4 (Tiger). To install Deja Vu for Tiger, follow the instructions in the Toast Setup Assistant. Deja Vu is located in the System Preferences.
  3. arcobb macrumors regular

    Feb 3, 2005
    Does this mean you can record video from idvd to a disc image and then burn the video on to a dvd-r dual layer disc on an external dual layer drive and have the video be ok? idvd recommends agains this because it says you'll end up with problems.

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