From the makers of Roxio Toast Titanium, the best-selling Mac digital media app, the new Roxio Toast Burn makes it easier than ever to burn Mac files to disc or copy discs. If you have an optical drive like a recordable CD, DVD or Blu-ray, Toast Burn is your go-to tool to quickly create and duplicate data discs from the files on your hard disk drive.
The undisputed leader in disc-burning software for the Mac, Roxio Toast delivers award-winning technology in a simple and powerful new app that makes it easy to backup and share files including documents, music, photos and videos.
What's New in Version 2.1.1
• Updated the application to 64-bit support.
• Fixed several bugs.
Important Note: This version only supports OS X 10.10 and later.
If you encounter problems installing or using Toast Burn, please contact us at AppSupport@corel.com.
1.Fixes an UI problem on Mac OS 10.15.4 .
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
It works. And works on 64 bit MacOS.
Toast Burn works for copying unprotected DVDs and CDs. That's not asking a lot, but it is harder than it should be to find an app that actually works.
The more surprising news is that Roxio has updated it to work in 64 bit MacOS - all apps MUST support 64 bit operation to work on the current MacOS. Some other Roxio products, such as the Titanium Toast, which was rather expensive, DO NOT work on 64 bit MacOS, and that is very disapppointing.
Great! Has multi-disc spanning
I was looking for days for a burning app that has spanning so I could backup all of my photos (and store them in a fireproof safe as a backup to my external HDD), meaning that you can throw an entire folder no matter how large into it, and it’ll burn it to multiple discs automatically. I used Disco first, which was free but unsupported since 2011. Disco did the job for a while, but it ruined as many DVDs as it burned, and it simply refused to work with dual layer dics.
I tried to find a feature list for Roxio Toast Burn that said it had spanning, but for some reason that doesn’t exist. So I’m telling you here, it DOES have spanning, which is a surprisingly rare feature. If that’s what you’re looking for, you’ll need to spend the $20 because the free ones don’t have it or aren’t reliable.
Can’t burn mp3 disks
Maybe this is the wrong app since they have burn apps for different things but I can’t burn mp3 disks. Mac burns data disks awesome it’s self so if that’s all it can di I wasted a bunch of money. I am gonna do some checking and see if I can figure out why it’s not working and will change this if it turns out to be something other than the app but I wasted 4 blank cd’s so far so my guess is I have to pay another 20 bucks if I want to burn mp3’s and anther 20 if I want to burn dvd’s becuase they have to make them all a separate app.
Turns out Mac can do this without extra software. I made a mp3 disk just by clicking the songs I wanted and clicking hte burn icon and it did them perfectly so yes I did waste 20 bucks. Also I shoukd have also realized that Itunes is good at making them also.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.