Jeremy Young
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frobozz reviewed on 17 Mar 2008
If you have a TiVo, this software makes it easy as pie to convert and view your video on a PSP, iPod, or burn to DVD. For that alone, it is worth the purchase price. The upgrade pricing is a tad expensive, but it's really the only game in town.

I have also used Toast to make video slideshows from my wedding photos-- and it worked a LOT better than competing products.

I hear the gripes about upgrade pricing but if you do a lot of video conversion between DVD's, TiVo, and portable video devices it is still worth the price and easy to use.
[Version 9]



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frobozz reviewed on 01 Mar 2008
I have owned Power20 and Power64 for over 5 years now and I have never regretted my purchase. Power20 faithfully reproduces the Vic20 for anyone wishing to relive those days. If you are looking to emulate a Vic20, this might be the best option on any modern computing platform.
[Version 4.9.5]



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frobozz reviewed on 01 Apr 2007
This, along with Power20, are the finest examples of Shareware EVER. I registered both after about 10 minutes of trying different game files-- every one worked! Worth every penny. I own literally hundreds of C64 and Vic20 games and these pieces of software run them all. I can't tell you how much this brings me back to the days of old. A++ for the developer. I really can't say enough good things about it!

Any chance for an Intel version for my new MacBook Pro?
[Version 4.9.3]



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