Toast 5 Titanium Supports Burning to Multiple Drives
New version also supports DVD-R, background burning
Roxio, the software division of Adaptec, has started shipping Toast 5
Titanium, the latest release of the company's CD authoring software. The
nbew version offers a number of new features, including the ability to
burn to multiple drives simultaneously, support for DVD-R media and Video
CDs and burning directly from iTunes on the Mac. It also has the ability
to burn CDs in the background and has automatic MPEG encoding capabilities.
According to Adaptec, Toast 5 includes a new user interface specifically
designed for use on Mac OS X. However, according to a Roxio spokeswoman,
it will not yet run in OS X because "Apple has not released to developers
the specific code that will enable it." We'll update you when more information
Toast 5 Titanium is available now for $99. Upgrades are also available,
including a grace period upgrade price of $17.95 for those who purchased
Toast Deluxe after Jan. 9. For more information, visit http://www.roxio.com.
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