Toast Burn
Toast Burn
2.1.3

3.0

Toast Burn free download for Mac

Toast Burn2.1.3

21 April 2020

Lightweight version of CD/DVD/Blu-ray disc burning solution.

Overview

Toast Burn, from the makers of Roxio Toast Titanium--the best-selling Mac digital media app--makes it easier than ever to burn Mac files to disc or copy discs. If you have an optical drive like a recordable CD, DVD, or Blu-ray, Toast Burn is your go-to tool to quickly create and duplicate data discs from the files on your hard disk drive.

The undisputed leader in disc-burning software for the Mac, Roxio Toast delivers award-winning technology in a simple and powerful new app that makes it easy to backup and share files including documents, music, photos and videos.

What's new in Toast Burn

Version 2.1.3:
  • Fixes an UI problem on Mac OS 10.15.4

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8 Reviews of Toast Burn

5
B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
29 August 2018
Version: 2.1.1

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I will be considering switching to Toast Burn when I need a 64 bit version for macOS X compatibility at some point in the future, rather than paying $50 for a Titanium upgrade. I'm one who doesn't need all the bells and whistles Roxio has added in recent years in an effort to keep Toast relevant. I think offering a "lite" version for average users is a great idea.
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Hydester
18 November 2019
Version: 2.1.1
Doesn't open with Catalina, despite being 64 bit. Avoid till they fix that (if ever—they are a poxy developer)
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5
B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
29 August 2018
Version: 2.1.1
I will be considering switching to Toast Burn when I need a 64 bit version for macOS X compatibility at some point in the future, rather than paying $50 for a Titanium upgrade. I'm one who doesn't need all the bells and whistles Roxio has added in recent years in an effort to keep Toast relevant. I think offering a "lite" version for average users is a great idea.
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Virtualruffy
29 August 2018
Version: 2.1.1
My only question is what new features are they finding new to add to the program that hasn't been done and isn't being done since the media format is one foot in the grave? Otherwise it's just mechanical maintenance with a higher version number and fee applied.
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Volcanus
08 March 2016
Version: 2.0
Program URL: https://itunes.apple.com/de/app/toast-burn/id792619118?mt=12 This can not be found on the Corel site.
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1.5
FredB5779
21 May 2014
Version: 1.0.1
The price is a huge improvement on Titanium 11, and I can't say I miss all the apps that were "hanging on" to Titanium 11. OK… that's the good bit… BUT Stripping the features and selling them to you in a separate program, is taking back in the left hand, what the right hand has given ☹ Not nice !! The remaining features aught to work ! Bin/Cue conversion doesn't (for me anyway) ! The same "test" Bin/Cue converted fine in Titanium. As someone else here said, optical media is very likely on it's way out. If you want to sell software to basically do what a Mac can already do natively, you want to be leaving all the bells and whistles, and make sure they all work.
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Shane-Smith
28 February 2014
Version: 1.0.1
Why does it say it's from Corel?
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4.5
wintermute
24 February 2014
Version: 1.0.0
While I've always thought of Toast Titanium to be over-priced bloat-ware, this offering from Roxio, Toast Burn, gets things right. It offers speedy and reliable burning of all your data with various options (including encryption, compression and automatic spanning of data across multiple media) without all the redundant features (Chapters, interactive menus, etc.) best provided by true DVD/BluRay authoring software. At $20, it isn't super-cheap like some less reliable shareware, but a fair price for the features, clean interface and reliability. No coasters, no problems. More comprehensive and capable than Apple's built-in burning solution.
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4.5
BradMacPro
13 February 2014
Version: 1.0.0
Should be called Toast light as it's a trimmed down version of Toast Titanium
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