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    Toast DVD
    Toast DVD by Roxio just went on sale at the Mac App Store for $14.99. This is a great app for the price. Get it before the price goes up on May 31st.

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    Seems a whole new app Charlie.

    Wonder what the difference is compared to Titanium?
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    It is a brand new version Harry. I did a quick compare to the older Toast (not Titanium) and it appears to do most of the same. It also says it will do Blue Ray which I think Toast was capable of also.

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    Toast titanium is capable of Blu-ray but I think it needs an extension/plug-in. The plug-in is free IRC.
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    Essentially what appears to be going on is that Toast is being split into two products, Toast DVD ($15) and Toast Burn ($20). The former is aimed as a "companion to iMovie" and thus I would guess it features some, but not all, of Toast Titanium's video abilities, particularly the movie DVD burning with menus, etc.

    Toast Burn is more for data-burning, and appears to have the Blu-Ray functionality built into the program now.

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