Toast 11 Titanium makes it easier than ever to capture, burn, convert, copy and share digital media. Use Toast 11 to take videos and music from almost any source, convert them to other popular formats to enjoy on your iPad, iPhone, HDTV, online and more.
Toast's new design, including both video and step-by-step tutorials, helps you optimize the digital files on your Mac. New features include faster processing speeds, disc burning from multiple drives, export to formats like Flash, MKV and DivX Plus HD, and direct video sharing to Facebook, YouTube, and Vimeo.
- Copy CDs, DVDs, and Blu-ray discs
- Grab video and music from anywhere
- Burn media files onto CD, DVD, Blu-ray discs
- Copy or burn discs using multiple drives simultaneously
- Easy project assistant
- Redesigned user interface
- Built-in video tutorials
- One-step video posting to YouTube, Facebook, and Vimeo
- Back up an entire camera of HD video to disc in one click
- Extract clips from any DVD-Video and convert to the format of your choice
Did you notice?A completely new design helps you make the most of the digital files on your Mac.
Apple Recommends ForTake videos and music from almost any source and convert them to other popular formats to enjoy on your iPad, iPhone, HDTV, online and more.
What's in the Box?
- Toast 11 Titanium DVD (includes the following software: Toast 11 Titanium, SDX audio capture, Disc Cover 3 RE labeling, GetBackup Pro RE backup, DiscCatalogMaker RE, TiVoToGo for the Mac)
- Getting started guide
- Internet Access : Internet Access Required
- Media : DVD
- Mac OS X v10.5 or 10.6
- Intel Processor
- 1GB of free space
- 1GB of RAM
- Internet connection required for video tutorials, product updates, and other functionality.
- VideoBoost requires a compatible NVIDIA graphics card and 4GB or RAM for optimal performance
- Mfr. Part Number : 8247000
- UPC or EAN No. : 687967131802
Non-Apple Branded products / Third Party Products
- Note : Apple's One Year Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Non-Apple branded products may have the benefit of a manufacturer's warranty provided by the product manufacturer - Please see your product box and literature for details. Rights under the product manufacturer's warranty are in addition, and not instead of, any rights that you have under consumer protection laws.
- Supported input formats:
- Audio: AAC, AIFF, MP3, WAV, M4A, OGG, FLAC, and Dolby Digital AC-3
- Video: AVCHD, AVCHD Lite, AVI, DivX Plus HD, DV, FLV and F4V for Adobe Flash, MJPEG, MOV, MKV, MPEG-1/2/4, VOB, VIDEO_TS folder, shared iMovie projects, EyeTV recordings, and TiVoToGo™ transfers
- Photo: BMP, GIF. JPG, PDF, PSD, PNG, TIFF
- Disc images: ISO, BIN/CUE, IMG, DMG, CDR, NRG
Ratings & Reviews
Stuck at 99%
The main reason I upgraded to Toast 11 was for the Blu-ray plug in. I had planned on burning Fotomagico slideshows to Blu-ray. Unf ortunately the software will not complete a Blu-ray. The write process reaches 99% and hangs. I must force quit to close the program. Roxio has been no help so far. After searching the web I discovered that this is a common problem, dating at least to March. If you plan to use this software for Blu-ray, don't waste your time. …
- Written by quentin T from spring
144 of 146 people found this useful
Barely OK, Unstable
The main reason I got this product was to use it for TiVo Transfers.
This review is for Toast 11 Titanium version 11.0.2 (691)
Unlike past versions of Roxio Toast this one leaves much to be desired.
Stability is very poor. The TiVo player crashes if you try to scroll to a location.
The DVD and HD DVD maker crash if you try to edit. It does make DVD's and HD-DVDs with good results as long as you do not edit. After a few crashes you MUST reboot the mac to get Toast 11 to run again.
It is not clearly documented that TiVo conversions to iPad or ATV are limited/crippled to 640x480 pixels.
The downloads from TiVo work well and play in full resolution but the conversions are crippled to low resolution. …
- Written by Carlos A C from Boston
133 of 135 people found this useful
Even worse than Toast 10
I hoped this version might correct the horrors of the previous incarnation, but no such luck. Inconsistent and time-wasting perfor mance. Another waste of my money. I won't be trying the next version, that's for sure. …
- Written by Gary W from San Francisco
58 of 60 people found this useful
Toast 11 Blu ray Plugin
I've found Toast 11 to be quite stable (unlike some reviews here). I've purchased the Blu ray Plugin and have made a couple of HD Blu ray Disks without any issues. I wish the authoring software allowed me to do more around menu manipulation - but the simple interface does the job. If your video is already edited the process of making a Blu ray is very simple. I just wish Apple's built-in iDVD software had a Blu Ray authoring function. 4/5 …
- Written by Mark J from Auckland
1 of 1 people found this useful
The plugin will allow you to burn Blu-ray in Toast but won't allow you to watch a purchased Blu-ray movie.
- Written by Gary R from Alabaster
1 of 2 people found this useful
I have no quibble with the product
but I certainly have a quibble with the price. One hundred US dollars (the price on Roxio's site) DOES NOT equal N$199. Come on, A pple! We are in recession in New Zealand, in case you aren't following world news, and most retailers are therefore bringing down their prices. The Apple Store should be no exception. …
- Written by Laraine B from Rotorua
12 of 13 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
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- Asked by Timothy T from Newcastle
No, it doesn't give you that option. You can edit your HD footage but, once you've burned your foota ge to disc, that's it... you can't view it, or other Blu-ray movies, on your Mac again. Apple is, sadly, very behind with all this. …
- Answered by Derren W from Toronto
I had no problem installing it to Lion.
- Answered by Richard S T from Houston
- Asked by Pauline K from Simi Valley
Absolutely yes... as long as there is no Macrovision copy protection. It won't work with DVDs that y ou have purchased. …
- Answered by Derren W from Toronto