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MAC OS 9.2.1 and Toast 4.1.2
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Oct 25, 2001, 09:57 AM
 
I posted this a while ago and didn't get many replies. Still getting a major conflict. Toast 4.1.2 doesn't seem to be recognized by OS 9.2.1 and instead brings up DiskBurner.

Should I upgrade to Toast Platinum? Anybody using it now?

Any help would be greatly appreciated as my FireWire 16x CD burner is gathering dust!!!

thanks

cb
     
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Oct 25, 2001, 10:20 AM
 
I use Toast Titanium 5 with no problems in combination with 9.2.1, if that was your question

my burner is the intern iMac one
iMac G5 2.0 Ghz 20", 2 GB RAM, 400 GB, OS X 10.4.5, iPod with color screen 60 GB
     
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Oct 25, 2001, 11:24 AM
 
Thanks. I think I will make the investment and purchase Toast Platinum 5.

Go Ajax

cb
     
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Oct 27, 2001, 05:20 PM
 
Turn off all ext to do with Apples Authoring Support this will let Toast work, I use 4.1.2 with no problem. Just make sure disc burner ext are turned off. I also use Toast 5.0.2 on my iBook but when you install toast 5 it know about Apple disc buner and turns it off.
     
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Oct 28, 2001, 02:21 AM
 
coolbananas, take raymate's advice and disable the authoring support and disc burner extensions. you do not need to buy toast 5 to solve your problem.

-r.
     
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Oct 29, 2001, 10:15 AM
 
Thanks Raymate and rjenkinson.

Always like to find a solution without having to drop some serious coin!

cb
     
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Oct 30, 2001, 08:42 PM
 
I have some questions that I haven't found answers for on Apple's website. Can anyone answer ALL the
questions below:

1. I understand that equalization settings can be saved for each song individually. Does that include the
gain/volume setting?

2. When burning a CD from a playlist where each song has an individual gain/volume, will the burned CD
reflect the various gain settings for each song... (like Adaptec Jam 2.6.2)?

3. Are the settings good for Mp3 as well as AIFF when used to burn CDs.

4. I have heard that Apple's Mp3 conversion is of a much lesser quality than say Roxio Toast. Is this true
with iTunes 2?

5. Can iTunes burn data as well and if so, which formats? I am specifically interested in multi-session mac
volumes, single session ISO9660/Mac hybrid disks, and audio.

If the gain can be controlled individually for each song burned onto a CD in AIFF format, along with cross
fade, and equalization... , who will need Toast and Jam?

Awaiting your answers with much anticipation... thanks.
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Michael De Luca
     
   
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