Toast Titanium
Toast Titanium
19.2

3.5

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Toast Titanium free download for Mac

Toast Titanium19.2

24 November 2020

The ultimate media toolkit; disc burning, video conversion and more.

Overview

Roxio Toast Titanium, the leading DVD burner for Mac, makes burning even better, adding Roxio Secure Burn to protect your files on disc and USB in Mac- or Windows-compatible formats. Get more style with more than 20 themed templates with menus, submenus, and chapters in Toast MyDVD, the pro-quality disc authoring tool. Quickly trim video with just a few clicks in the new Toast Slice simple video editor.

Features
  • Capture - Get video from anywhere, including your screen, the web, camcorders and discs
  • Edit - Remove unwanted segments from your video clips, and enhance audio tracks or recordings
  • Copy - Easily copy content from CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray Discs, even faster with dual drives
  • Convert - Enhanced support lets you convert video for playback on a wide variety of devices, including phones, tablets, video game consoles and more
  • Share - Publish your video directly to YouTube, Facebook or Vimeo. Toast will tweet your YouTube and Vimeo links automatically
  • Burn - Discover the easiest and fastest way to burn your digital media to disc new Toast Slice simple video editor

What's new in Toast Titanium

Version 19.2:
  • macOS Big Sur Support
  • Some bugs fixes

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solmaker
21 October 2019
Version: 18.1

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Reading these reviews has been educational! My own experience is that Toast 14.0 has been solid as a rock and a real valuable workhorse for me on multiple machines running Sierra. I never "upgraded" to 14.1 (nor knew that it existed), which is a good thing because I've read here 14.1 is a botch. I'd be happy to pay for a 64-bit version (17.0 or 18.0) if it were any good, but from reading here it doesn't sound like these more recent versions are reliable. Sad that this once-worthy program has been left to rot in this way.
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JamesHarrisPhoto
24 November 2020
Version: 19.2
Just tried to launch the 19.2 installer in Big Sur and I get this message: "Toast 19 Titanium.pkg” can’t be opened because Apple cannot check it for malicious software." and "This software needs to be updated. Contact the developer for more information." How does this even happen? Is there no QC at Roxio anymore?
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cldwornik
20 November 2020
Version: 19.1
I found Toast 18 completely useless. I tried to put chapters into the work space and it wouldn't accept them. After five weeks with customer service acting like they were as knowledgeable as five-year-olds, I gave up. Later when I was ready to print a video to DVD, the process took over three hours for one DVD and then it wouldn't play in a DVD player!! After three weeks with customer service acting like they were as knowledgeable as tour-year-olds, I gave up. I found an old version of iDVD that worked beautifully and took 11 minutes to print a DVD that worked in DVD players.
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cndannen55
01 November 2020
Version: 19
Toast 19 Titanium is Terrible software. Numerous Mac OS errors. Do not buy. Running Catalina on iMac and cannot burn imovies to disk. Imovies run fine on desktop.
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scdutch2011
30 October 2020
Version: 19
Just suckered into buying Toast 19 Pro after using the old one for years without a problem (When it was Roxio-owned). Now, trying to launch the app, screen comes up, then the little balls spins and spins and the app crashes. Repeatedly. Looked for an update: none. I'm running MacOS 10.15.7
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MyronV9060
10 October 2020
Version: 19
Wow, Corel technical support is totally useless!!! They have no technical knowledge of the product beyond what is stated in the specs... let alone their lack of English.
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MyronV9060
10 October 2020
Version: 19
I have been using Toast Titanium 14.2 for a very long time (4 stars), and it has been doing everything I've needed it to do... except for the occasional need to use DVDRemaster to compress a VIDEO_TS folder down to 4.5GB to fit on a standard DVD before burning with Toast (which otherwise says the file appears to be corrupted). Now I want to move beyond macOS Mojave to Catalina (or Big Sir) which requires 64-bit applications. My question/problem is: since DVDRemaster is no longer an available and supported option, does anyone know if Toast Titanium 19 has an improved VIDEO_TS Fit-to-DVD video compression burning such that I am unlikely to need DVDRemaster like I occasionally needed before? Unfortunately, Toast Titanium does not appear to be as reliable as it once was, based on some of the more recent reviews. Or is there a reliable 64-bit replacement for DVDRemaster that someone can recommend to simply recompress a VIDEO_TS folder down to fit a standard size DVD? I have tried Mac DVDRipper Pro and it rips DVDs just fine, but it is unable to burn the larger VIDEO_TS folders to a standard DVD. It apparently does not have any video compression routines (contrary to the statements I've seen that DVDRemaster would be incorporated into it). In the mean time, I plan to use my older Mac with High Sierra to run Toast Titanium 14.2 and DVDRemaster (along with RipIt) until something comes along that will meet those needs on a 64-bit macOS system. Any suggestions would be most welcome.
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JamesHarrisPhoto
23 September 2020
Version: 19
Just upgraded from 18 to 19. I'm using the latest Big Sur public beta (released yesterday) and Toast 19 absolutely hangs on launch with the spinning beach ball. I would assume that a major release this close to the release of Big Sur would've had some kind of compatibility with the new OS. But Roxio beats to a different drummer, or is just completely deaf.
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Peteintas
23 September 2020
Version: 19
Here we go again people, version 19 is out...
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rphartle
22 September 2020
Version: 19
This piece of crap is still around? Wow.. how pathetic they keep drawing in a handful of unsuspecting Mac users to garner a little pocket money for themselves. Bug ridden as always and no customer tech support whatsoever.
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Bcassid
06 July 2020
Version: 18.3.1
I've been using Toast for many years, BUT I will never purchase it again. There is absolutely no support and half the time I use it, it fails by hanging at a certain percent. I've switched to Mac DVDRipper Pro which is way less expensive and NEVER fails.
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3.5

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.10.0 or later
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