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I am considering purchasing a La cie Blu-ray burner for HD movies and raw movie footage backup. I will be installing it by firewire to a Intel iMac. Mac O X 10.6.4. I only have the one fire wire connection. Have any of you used this product? What do you think of Toast software that comes with it?
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Toast is awesome, and you will need it. As for the burner, it's so new there isn't much feedback so far, but Lacie are among the better and most reliable.

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