Last Chance to Get Roxio Toast 11 Titanium For Your Mac [Deals]


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It’s not often that a product stands the test of time, making adjustments when needed to keep up with the speed of the changes that directly impact its use. Roxio Toast 11 Titanium has done just that, and this latest version has been completely redesigned from the ground up.

Roxio Toast 11 Titanium features a new user interface that’s up-to-date, innovative, and intuitive. With newly refined workflows, built-in video tutorials and much more, Toast 11 is the ultimate digital media toolkit for newcomers and experienced users alike – and Cult of Mac Deals has it for a limited time at a price that’s really appealing: only $49.99.

Here are the top features of Roxio Toast 11 Titanium:

  • Burn: Toast is the easiest and fastest way to burn your digital media on to CD, DVD or Blu-ray Disc for both Mac and PC.
  • Capture: Grab video & music from anywhere – the web, portable devices, discs, LPs, or apps running on your Mac.
  • Convert: Convert video from the web, TiVo DVRs, EyeTV tuners, Flip Video camcorders, to play on the iPad, iPhone, video game consoles and more.
  • Copy: Copy CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray discs – even using multiple drives. Copy dual layer DVD-Video discs on to 4.7 GB single-layer discs.
  • Share: Publish your video directly to YouTube, Facebook, or Vimeo. Toast will even automatically tweet your YouTube and Vimeo links.

From capturing audio and video to converting media to copying, sharing, burning and more, Roxio Toast 11 quickly and easily gets you the media you love…wherever you want it!

But this deal won’t be available for long. Visit the Cult of Mac Deals page and pick up Roxio Toast 11 Titanium for just $49.99 today and make your media work the way you want!

  • gnomehole

    This would be great.. except nobody deals in disc media anymore.

  • David Quiroz

    Is this for the standard or Pro version? Can’t remember the difference if there still is one.

  • Kartoony

    Agree w/ Gnome – 5 years and it will be “DVD, what?”