Roxio Toast Titanium is a DVD Burning software for Mac created by publisher Roxio division of Sonic Solutions.
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Toast Titanium Product Summary
The Toast 7 Titanium is Roxio’s latest product that caters to users who want a product that burns CDs and DVDs. The program is built-in on Mac’s OS X, but should also come in handy with Macs that have different operating systems. The Toast 7 Titanium has added more features from other Roxio software, as well as earlier Toast versions, particularly with more capabilities connected to data handling, data backup and the treatment of different forms of multimedia. The software primarily burns data into discs in various formats like audio CD, video CD, DVD and DivX DVD, among others.
Toast Titanium Features
Toast 7 improves from the earlier versions of Toast by including data and multimedia features. Toast 7, in contrast to the earlier Toast versions, now supports formats like HD video, music DVD and the widely-used DivX codec for videos. One new feature of Toast 7 is that unprotected 9 GB dual-layer DVDs can now be recompressed to 4.7 GB general DVD discs, the standard DVD version. Other features include the production of VR discs out of recordings from setup recorders and DVD camcorders. Toast 7 also features a tool that converts downloaded DivX files to DVD-Video is just one step.
Toast Titanium User Interface
Roxio’s Toast 7 Titanium features a very streamlined design, just as any other software produced for Macs. The interface is mostly populated by the screen wherein the files to be used for burning or other processes are listed. Further information on the listed files is on the left panel. The button to click on to burn and see the capacity of the DVD to be used is located in the bottom portion of the interface. The screen is practically devoid of color except for grey touches on the panels. This is expected as it goes with the appearance found in other programs for Mac.
Toast Titanium Software Review
Toast Titanium offers a number of features that are not really advertised as much as its other functions, but bring a lot if benefits as well. One of these features is an audio/video format conversion feature that converts almost any audio or video format to any other, for use in any platform - CD players, DVD players and even in Macs. Compared to the main vehicle of media conversion software by Mac which is the iLife, Roxio’s Toast Titanium can do some functions betters, and some worse. As a whole, however, the Toast 7 gives great value. For something that’s available for less than $80, the price and features of the software are worth it.