Roxio: Toast 11
I’m an very old Mac user who had held on to his G-5 until 2008 when I finally upgraded it to an Intel iMac. As a result, I was still using my Toast 6. When the new Toast 11 Titanium Mac released I realized that I have to buy it. I jumped at the opportunity not realizing what was in store. Toast wasn’t just a DVD burner anymore. It was now a full-video and audio production tool, which was something that I hadn’t expected.
I use my Mac to create slide shows of our family trips (created from out digital camera stills and videos) into something playable on my dvd player or other media devices in my house.
Toast 11 Titanium for the Mac strikes to me like the best option to fulfill my requirements. Starting Toast to create a CD or DVD including Blu-ray, you’re given a choice of projects: Data, Audio, Video, Copy, and Convert. Each comes with its own set of tools and choices.
The navigation of the application is extremely straightforward and intuitive, making it easier to figure out how to get to where you want to go. In addition, there are 7 video tutorials that introduce you to the major tasks that Toast can assist. The familiar core interface gives you clear, selectable options along with the integrated media browser that is at the heart of the iLife suite and many other Apple apps. Toast 11 Titanium can add new levels of productivity and understanding to your Apple devices and to your world of multimedia. If you are a basic Mac user, this is a tool that can surely help you.