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I'm having a hard time deciding what to buy hoping someone can help me. Its between toast 8 and popcorn 2. It seems to me toast 8 does everything popcorn 2 does. But I can't find anywhere if toast 8 can handle tv_video files or not. Can someone explain to me the difference?
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id like to know too.
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