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Toast 10 Titanium

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Toast_10_Titanium_Pro.dmg (673.35 MB)
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For Mac OS X
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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
Guides on emulating older applications

Toast 10 Titanium adds DVD ripping and file format conversion to its arsenal of media tools.

  • What's new in this version?
    • Extract clips from any DVD-Video and convert to the format of your choice**
    • Save web video to enjoy on TV and on-the-go
    • Archive AVCHD camera footage to disc with one step
    • Build your MP3 library with automatic capture and tagging of Internet audio
    • Convert audiobook CDs for playback on your iPod
    • Transfer video from your Mac to your TiVo DVR to enjoy on your TV
    • Enjoy over 20 new stunning DVD and Blu-ray Disc menu styles
    • Sync up folders bi-directionally - between multiple computers, folders or external drives

**Does not rip or copy encrypted or copy protected content.

Excerpt: Roxio's Toast 10 Overview (Wayback Machine)

Toast 10 Codes:

BD-R (BluRay) & HD-DVD Plug-in Code:

See Also: Astarte Toast 2 | Toast 3 I Toast 4 Deluxe | Toast 5 Titanium | Toast 6 Titanium | Toast 7 Titanium | Toast 8 Titanium | Toast 9 Titanium

Architecture: PPC x86 (Intel:Mac)

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by scott Praed - 2019, November 7 - 1:40am

I look up system requirement for toast 11 Titanium or greater. The system requirement is intel for all version. Toast 10 Titanium is last version for Power PC for Leopard. Toast 9 Titanium is last version for Power PC for Tiger.

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by Jatoba - 2019, September 29 - 3:54am

Just uploaded Toast 10 Titanium Pro. Its main attraction is a BD-R plug-in that works with both Toast 9 (OS X 10.4) and Toast 10 (OS X 10.5), allegedly. I'm not sure, but maybe it could also work with even earlier Toast versions?

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by jerome.drouillot - 2019, June 21 - 7:58pm

uploaded last version (DL#2)

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by SkyCapt - 2019, March 15 - 3:09am

santoscork, I think your conclusion must be mistaken. I used your link to LaCie discrecording support v1.26 and it is nothing more than device profiles (data) for lacie drives. Verify in Tiger+ pkg Installer, press cmd+Info to see which files are in the pkg -> just one file named:

What OS are you using? Toast Titanium 10 (this page we're on) requires OSX 10.5 Leopard, and Leopard has Blu-Ray (plus total drive detection) without 'support' being added.

I read and write Blu-Ray on my PowerMac G4 without adding drive-profiles, and I do this in Tiger and Leopard.


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by santoscork - 2019, March 14 - 8:16pm

Download this if you want to use a BDR with your Power Mac G5 or the BDR drive will not even be detected by any software.

You will need to download the "LaCie DiscRecording Support 1.26 for (Mac OS X 10.3.2 through 10.3.x 1.26)"

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by santoscork - 2019, March 14 - 8:14pm

The PowerMac G5 may not necessarily be capable of recognizing a BluRay drive because the installation of this software does not install any kext file.

To get to the point, if you have an external BDR and notice that it is not detected by System Profiler then you will need to install LaCie software. I actually pushed this page on the Internet Archive but the main page is online as of this writing.

You will need to download the "LaCie DiscRecording Support 1.26 for (Mac OS X 10.3.2 through 10.3.x 1.26)"

As an FYI, I am running a Power Mac G5 and a Pioneer BDR (purchased in 2018). The Pioneer is actually intended to be installed internally but I have it connected using a SATA to USB adpater cable. Toast 10 is able to detect the BDR as is System Profiler but only after the said LaCie software is installed.

I could not find this information anywhere, nor any information on succefully using a BDR (for data) with a Power Mac G5. I didn't want this information to be wasted away so I am sharing this for all.