Roxio Inc. has posted details about
to Toast Titanium 6 to bring it up to version 6.0.3 (and if you’re running 6 now, you should know that there was no 6.0.1 or 6.0.2 update).
The new version adds French, German, Italian and Japanese language support, as well as a few new features. A summary of the number of items and playback duration in Video format has been added, for example, and there’s a new menu item used to duplicate videos or slideshows. Audio Master Quality Recording has been added as an option for Yamaha CD-RW drives that support the feature.
Improvements to Toast 6.0.3 include the following, according to Roxio:
Buffer Underrun Prevention option available for combination DVD+R/RW and -R/RW recorders.
Video disc format accepts more previously encoded content without attempting or requiring re-encoding.
Support for recording application bundles and installer packages.
Support for mounting and copying additional 3rd party image formats.
Support for copying complex BIN/CUE formats.
Selecting different recorders or mounted images for CD/DVD copy source.
Recorders connected to USB 2.0 ports now display full USB 2.0 speeds in Recorder setup. Mac OS 10.2.8 or higher is required for USB 2.0 support.
Clearer status messages during video disc creation.
More accurate disc space required calculations.
More accurate progress and time remaining calculations.
General performance, stability and launch improvements.
Improvements have been made to the applications that accompany Toast 6 Titanium as well. CD Spin Doctor is updated to v2.0.2 with this release, and adds French, German, Italian and Japanese language support. Recording and playback support has also been added for 24-bit audio input devices, and CD Spin Doctor gains performance, stability and launch improvements, according to Roxio.
What’s more, Motion Pictures is updated to v1.0.3 with this updater — it creates 2GB file sizes correctly when using Export as Full Quality DV for iMovie.
A download link is listed on Roxio’s Web site, but did not appear to be active when MacCentral checked the page prior to posting this news.