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Briefly: Apple adds D800 support, Toast adds iPad resolution

updated 08:30 pm EDT, Thu March 22, 2012

RAW update adds Nikon D800 only

Apple has issued a rare minor update to its Digital Camera RAW Compatibility support for iPhoto '11 and Aperture 3, adding only a single camera model: the Nikon D800, announced in early February but only now finding its way to store shelves. The update, now at v3.1.1, will be available automatically through Software Update or users can download it directly from Apple's support site.

Roxio updates Toast Titanium to add PS Vita, new iPad resolutions

Home disc-burning program Toast Titanium ($80) has been updated to version 11.0.5, primarily adding support for the third-generation iPad's new 2048x1536 resolution as well as support for the PS Vita in video conversion exports. In addition to letting users burn a wide variety of standard and specialty disc formats, the program also includes a universal video converter, audio utilities and other utilities that let buyers prep media files for burning, sending media to iTunes, converting analog audio to digital and many other uses.

The new update also adds support for the Mac App Store version of Growl (1.3.x) and corrects a number of issues, including bugs in the AVCHD Media Browser that disabled scrolling, correcting the duration shown for DVD-Video and audio sources in the main window, allowing users to replace the first image in an Image File project and many others. In particular, the program has been strengthened to avoid crashing if it encounters malformed video files.

The new version also resolves an error that could occur when writing the Lead-Out track on DVD+R media in Lion. Photos rotated in iPhoto will now be seen correctly rotated in the Media Browser, Video_TS Folder and Compilation projects will now correctly including DVD-ROM content, and setting audio crossfades in spanned disc projects will no longer cause a crash.

The update also fixes minor issues when attempting to share to various social sites including Facebook and Vimeo, and a new Open QuickTime Player option will let users choose that instead of iTunes when converting audio. Scrubbing through video in ASF files should now work correctly, and a handful of cosmetic bugs have also been fixed.

by MacNN Staff





  1. elroth

    Joined: Dec 1969



    It doesn't inspire much confidence in Toast if there are so many bugs that have to be fixed all at once.

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