Roxio the Digital Media Company, provider of the best selling digital media
software in the world, announced today that Toast Titanium and Jam are now available
for purchase as downloadable versions from the Roxio online store at www.roxio.de
The company also announces that an update for existing Toast 5.x Titanium customers
is available here
What's New in Toast 5.2.1
The latest Toast Titanium 5.2.1* update has many improvements and fixes including:
- a new CDDB2 submit feature
- improved VideoCD export compatibility with iMovie 3
- improved 4x recording performance with Pioneer DVD-R drives
- fixed AppleScript error during transfers from iView, Panic, and CD SpinDoctor
- fixed Toast online help formatting issues with Jaguar help system
Toast Titanium 5.2.1 includes all the new features introduced with version
- Mac OS 10.2 Support: Compatibility with Jaguar!
- Support for 52x recorders, enabling users to get the most out of their hardware
- CD-Text Support: Toast 5.2 writes CD-Text information for album name and
track information to recorded audio discs, if the recorder supports burning
CD-Text. This information is viewable in CD audio players that display CD-Text.
- Enhanced VideoCD QuickTime Codec: The Toast VideoCD codec has been enhanced
to support multiple G4 processors, speeding the encoding process. It also
offers more accurate preservation of color and contrast.
- Enhanced Quartz text rendering for improved interface usability.
System requirements are Mac OS 9.1 or later, or Mac OS X version 10.1.2 or
later. Please note that the updates will NOT install on a machine where Toast
5 Titanium is not present.
Pricing and Availability
For existing Toast 5.0 Titanium customers, the Toast 5.2.1 Titanium upgrade
is available for free here.
Toast 5 Titanium is available for a suggested retail price of £59 at retail
The Toast 5.2.1 Titanium downloadable version can be purchased directly from
Roxio for £54.99 here.
The Jam downloadable version can be purchased directly from Roxio for £44.99
Jam requires Toast to exist already on the Macintosh before installing.