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I got some questions:
1. Do Mac OSX have something like Ahead nero , or ashampoo burning studios ?
2. If they have what studio is perfect to use ?

I know that i can burn music CD'S with iTunes , ISO with Disc utiliti and so on ...

But I need program all in one that means a program with good interface and easy to use like ashampoo or ahead nero , maybe mac have somethiong like it ?
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Roxio Toast is what you are after.

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Toast, which is basically Roxio for Mac, and I think Max, which is a freeware, might burn as well- I know it rips. Might be wrong on that though.
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Ohhh thanks i'll searsh and test it right now
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Don't burn it, Toast it!
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i use toast 8 titanum. and it works very well. very now and again i get media erros but i think thats my super drive and the media im using. really must ring up apple and ask about that.
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i use toast 8 titanum. and it works very well. very now and again i get media erros but i think thats my super drive and the media im using. really must ring up apple and ask about that.
I've never had a single bad burn (out of 100's) with Toast, a LaCie d2 (with a Samsung drive) and even the cheapest DVDs. Perfect everytime.

A call to Apple might be a good idea.

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