Roxio Toast 7 Titanium Video
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Toast Titanium 7 Review
The good: Saves large folders or files across several CDs or DVDs; lets users view and convert DivX movies or burn iMovie files into DivX; better personalization options when burning discs; creates sophisticated slide shows; iLife browser makes it easy to find media files.
The bad: DivX playback in QuickTime is poor; limited documentation makes it hard to learn about the new features.
The bottom line: Even with no serious competition, Roxio Toast stays on top of its game by adding important new features and beefing up old ones. It's a must-have for Mac users.
Toast Titanium 7 Specs
Manufacturer: Sonic Solutions
Part number: 221000
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