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Roxio Toast 7.1 supports Intel Macs

updated 12:40 pm EDT, Fri June 30, 2006

Roxio Toast 7.1 released

Roxio today posted Toast 7.1 with support native support Intel-based Macs. The download includes CD Spin Doctor v3.1, also a Universal Binary and Motion Pictures v2.1.2 with bug fixes. The update fixes issues when previewing Apple Lossless audio files in Audio CD format, resolves QuickTime Movie video export issues (related to the QuickTime 7.1 update), resolves menu button highlight issues on Toast authored DVD-Video discs (related to the Mac OS 10.4.6 update), errors when canceling the User Authentication step during the Toast Setup Assistant, and issues related to invalid characters in Mac Only, Mac & PC, and DVD-ROM UDF formats. In addition, it resolves issues related to Music DVDs, including audio playing back too slowly and static sound with some files at higher quality settings and includes an updated version of Deja Vu that preserves existing symlinks. Users must be registered with a valid license to download the update.

by MacNN Staff




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