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Full user review
"Toast Works Good if you Make the Disc Image First !"
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
David is right, Just make a Disc Image of what your Burning, use the Compression Check-Box if it's a Video File. If it makes a successful Disc Image, it will also make a successful Burn.
Never try to burn a huge 4.32GB File or DL 8.64GB File without making the Disc Image first, your only asking for problems. It sounds like some of you don't know how to do this so I will explain, When you have your Files ready to burn on the program, instead of Click Burn, Click on "Save as Disc Image" just to the left and above the Round Red Burn Button. Then it will save the File to your Desktop (Or where you select), then quit Toast. Then Start-Up Toast Again and then double-click on the Disc-Image File you just made of your Files/Movie/Music
and it will be loaded into Toast for Burning. Then Just Click the Red Burn Button, it will Burn with no Problems for you now, Works every time. I been doing it this way since 1994 using Toast 3.0. That was a long time ago come to think about it. We were burning Mp3 files back then when most people did not even know what they were. Anyway, Hope this Helps Some Of You.
And if your having many crashes while burning it could also be not enough RAM issue, or Corrupt System Files. Try Trashing all the old Prefs, and System Files For the Toast Program
and install the Program Fresh again.
I seem to never have any problems with the Toast Updates, I am using a 2x2.66 Dual Core w/16 GB RAM and 10.5.8 on one drive and 10.6.x on the other.
There is nothing wrong with Letting People know about other Software options while commenting here, there are some good free burning software options out there and it's nice to see people helping other people out.
Over And Out,