Toast DVD
Toast DVD
2.4

2.2

Toast DVD free download for Mac

Toast DVD

2.4
17 July 2018

Burn discs from movies you create.

Overview

Toast DVD makes it simple for you to burn discs from the movies you create on your Mac.

Features
  • Burn standard and high definition video discs to enjoy on your home entertainment system or computer
  • Burn DVDs, Video-TS Folders and compilations complete with menus
  • Burn HD content on standard DVDs to play on most Blu-ray players
  • Choose from 25 colorful themes
  • Customize menu text, colors, and backgrounds
  • Use automatic chapter markers or create your own
  • Support for 16:9 and 4:3 aspect ratios
  • Include DVD-ROM content
  • Save as Disc Image

What's new in Toast DVD

Version 2.4:
  • Updated the application to 64-bit support.
  • Fixed several bugs.

Requirements for Toast DVD

  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.10.0 or later

9 Toast DVD Reviews

Rate this app:

monty-3
12 May 2014

Most helpful

Totally confusing product. First it says Roxio, but the Roxio website doesn't list it and won't support it. So you go to the Mac App Store and it lists Corel. Reviews are terrible and again, no support. So who is the man behind the curtain--in other words, were does a user get support?
Like (11)
Version 1.0.2
Lvdoc
17 September 2019
It's apparently impossible to buy a version 2.4. The Mac App Store only has version 2.3. I click "Support" on the MAS, and it takes me to Roxio, not Corel. I just chatted with Roxio, and they claim this is not their product. So, no one owns this thing it would seem. Buyer beware!
Like
Version 2.4
Lvdoc
10 June 2018
I can't even find this on their site, although it's in the App Store. I've tried finding this information but am having trouble. If anyone can help, please: 1) Is this 64 bit? I don't want to upgrade to Mojave in the near future only to discover that I made a $20 purchase that'll last me only a few months. 2) Can this shrink a video_ts folder to fit a disc? My discs are the 4 GB variety, and most of my video_ts folders are in the 8 GB range. I used to use DVD2One to shrink those down, but DVD2One is only 32 bit and will soon be obsolete. I seem to recall that earlier versions of the full Toast program did shrink larger folders. But I don't know if this specific application has that same feature. Note that I'm not burning blu-ray or high def or anything. Just the old fashioned DVDs. Thanks!
Like
Version 2.3
1 answer(s)
B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
18 July 2018
I get e-mail from Toast regularly. The announcement for version 17 says that it is 64bit. I'm surprised they didn't move to 64 bit earlier. But it means I will have to upgrade Toast in a year or two. Not now, though. They keep scraping the bottom of the barrel to add new features to justify their far too regular updates, for which they charge way too much. You can find Toast Titanium 17 at https://store.roxio.com/1540/purl-en_rox_email_toast?x-email=em_mac_na_rox53&utm_source=yesmail&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=EM_YM_NA_T17_7_17_18 for $60. Toast Titanium Pro 17 is $100 at https://store.roxio.com/1540/purl-en_rox_email_toastpro?x-email=em_mac_na_rox53&utm_source=yesmail&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=EM_YM_NA_T17_7_17_18. The Pro version includes a lot of "lite" software like WinZip for Mac, Corel Painter Essentials and FotoMagico 5 RE.

Both versions include DVD authoring tools complete with titles, menus and chapters so I presume they will fit on your DVDs. I'm not sure what other tools you may be using to create your video_ts files. iMove, perhaps? The Pro version includes additional templates beyond the 20 that come with Toast 17. Apple has long since stopped supporting iDVD Studio Pro so I'm not sure what they think you will be using to carry your iMovie movies. The web, I guess, if you don't have bandwidth issues. Good luck.
Like
Keithbcor
25 May 2016
This may be a one trick pony. I only asked it to do one trick, namely burn a Video_TS file to a DVD that would play in a stand alone DVD player, which it did! No other software I tried would do it and trust me, I tried a LOT of them. Maybe it was because the file was ripped from an older, non-protected DVD or maybe there was some other reason. Whatever. But I was just about ready to give up when I tried this, and very pleased that it worked.
Like
Version 2.2
thegamer-399
25 January 2015
i can get much better and easier to use software for a much cheaper price, this thing is a ripoff
Like (1)
Version 2.1
marnold2000
24 January 2015
How does this product differ from Roxio Popcorn?
Like
Version 2.1
Wts
26 August 2014
As best as I can figure this Roxio/Correl/Apple product is a version of Toast Titanium in that all it does is copy/burn TS video data. It's just a one trick pony. You also have to pay another $16 for the blue ray plug. I have Toast DVD version 1.5 will not be upgrading since there does not appear to be any upgrade pricing. Nothing spectacular about Toast DVD. Sticking with Toast Titanium.
Like (1)
Version 2.0
monty-3
12 May 2014
Totally confusing product. First it says Roxio, but the Roxio website doesn't list it and won't support it. So you go to the Mac App Store and it lists Corel. Reviews are terrible and again, no support. So who is the man behind the curtain--in other words, were does a user get support?
Like (11)
Version 1.0.2
5 answer(s)
Timta2
Timta2
05 June 2014
Corel acquired Roxio in 2012. It just sounds like the transition has been slow and messy.
Like (4)
RavenNevermore
RavenNevermore
08 June 2014
Have you tried the product? If not why are you giving it one star?
Like (3)
monty-3
monty-3
08 June 2014
Of course I tried the product--how else do you think I encountered all the issues.
Like (4)
RavenNevermore
RavenNevermore
08 June 2014
Of course? You didn't say that. You said: "Reviews are terrible and again, no support." So tell us your experience with the issues? Wouldn't that be more helpful?
Like (3)
monty-3
monty-3
08 June 2014
OK, for the nit-picky, I BOUGHT the program. I tried the program. I encountered errors and conflicting information in trying to contact support. I gave up. I should have read the other reviews and skipped the product. I thought it would be an improvement/update to the old Toast. It was not.
Like (5)
Chas-m
18 April 2014
I haven't personally tried this (I own Toast Titanium), but it seems to me to be a workable replacement for iDVD for a fraction of the cost of full Toast. They appear to have split up the "DVD-centric" functions into this new product, leaving the "other types of discs" stuff to the also-cheap Toast Create. Presuming the software works as well as Toast Titanium does, it's a bargain.
Like (1)
Version 1.0.1
Moxiesozo
17 April 2014
This is getting ripped by those unfortunate to waste their money on it at the Mac App Store, with the possibility of a refund being close to nil. Read the comments. Sounds like it should be avoided.
Like (2)
Version 1.0.1
$19.99

2.2

Developer Website: 
Download(186 MB)Purchase now

Downloaded & Installed 1,205 times