Best CD/DVD buring prog?

wrxguy

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Jul 4, 2005
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What would you guys say the best cd/dvd burning prog for macs would be? I really liked Nero myself but i dont think there is a mac version but i could be wrong....what do you think about Toast??
 

JeffTL

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If you're just burning a bunch of documents, use OS X's built-in tools -- with Tiger's burnable folders it's even easier.

For audio, iTunes is the only game in town, and DVD video goes well on iDVD of course :)
 

risc

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Toast Titanium is fantastic imo, well worth the cash.

On #MacOSX on irc.freenode.net people are suggesting BurnX Free if users don't want to pay for Toast.
 

gangst

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I've been using Toast Titanium for almost a year and I think it is fantastic, the burning flexibility is amazing from DVD's to CD's it does everything you could ever want and the and the GUI is grat IMO.
 

SpaceMagic

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Oh Toast a million times over, converts so many types of video onto dvd or vcd. Plus its easy. Plus windows support with the disks is excellent.
 

hob

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One thing I found with using Toast in combination with iTunes...

Well, better to tell the whole story - I often like to use CD-RW so I can make a driving playlist, and I found I can actually use the Quick Erase feature in Toast, then burn straight from iTunes - despite the fact that Toast warns that Quick Erase is only for use with Toast or Jam.

Aaaanyway, when going from Toast to iTunes on my PowerMac I noticed I had to actually quit Toast before iTunes would recongnise the CD-RW...

Hope that's useful to someone!

Hob