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Just started running OS X ( after 7 years with old trusty 8 and 9). I've used toast lite on 9.2 with fair results. The OSX built in burner program seems to lack all but the most rudimentary options. Am I missing something or should I get another , (third party Roxio at $80.00 ouch) piece of software. This isn 't happening with the OSX mail program. It seems full featured. Suggestions please...

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    Just started running OS X ( after 7 years with old trusty 8 and 9).
    I've used toast lite on 9.2 with fair results.
    The OSX built in burner program seems to lack all but the most
    rudimentary options.
    Am I missing something or should I get another , (third party Roxio at
    $80.00 ouch) piece of software.

    This isn 't happening with the OSX mail program. It seems full
    featured.

    Suggestions please
    cullulloo Guest

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    >The OSX built in burner program seems to lack all but the most 

    Correct. The built-in CD burning software has no provisions for creating
    multisession CDs, or hybrid CDs with different files in the ISO and Mac parts,
    or CDs in CD+Text, VCD, or other formats. It's a simple burning program without
    Toast's advanced features.
     

    Whether you should buy Toast depends on what features you need. If you have no
    compelling need to create CDs in a way not supported by Apple Disc Burner, then
    there's no compelling reason to buy Toast. If you *do* need more control over
    the CDs you burn, then you'll need Toast.

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    In article <google.com>, cullulloo
    <org> wrote:
     

    Check out Eudoa at www.eudora.com

    Bob
    Bob Guest

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    cullulloo <org> wrote:
     
    Burn is pretty rudimentary but it serves the needs of most people. If
    you want to burn multi-session CDs head over to
    http://www.versiontracker.com - there is a freeware or shareware program
    that lets you create mult-seesion CDs

    The one big benefit to buying Toast is speed. The built in CD burning
    ability is very slow compared to Toast.
    Strider Guest

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