DaveF wrote: Ray, you must be psychic! - An hour after I posted my reply I got an email asking for a Youtube church service (all church services in UK cancelled ATM due to lockdown) I've produced for tomorrow could be put onto a DVD for an older couple without the internet. Knocked it out in Encore and Toast Titanium with no problems.
Thanks for the input..... appreciate it. Ray
DaveF wrote: I'm still using Toast Titanium (Toast14) with Mojave when needed, with no problems.
FCPX.guru wrote: Toast is still a thing?
I would like to know if anyone here is using Toast 18 Pro for burning CD's & DVD's using OS Mojave since it's 64bit software only? I asked Chat and they stated no but, I thought it was introduced before Catalina. If you are using it, I'd also like to know what your experience is with it. I'm on a 2016 15" MacBook Pro running OS Mojave 10.14.6. I haven't switched to Catalina due to the need of converting ton's of older video formats. I'm not dead set on Toast if there's better software available. Your help and advice would be most appreciated. Thank you, Ray
Sorry, currently having trouble uploading a video file........... I'll keep trying. Ray
The following example is similar to what I would like to create. Thanks, Ray
I'm looking for the best map animator for FCPX. I came across FCPX Maps 1.1 by Pixel Film Studios (below). This appears to be what I'm looking for but, I only could find a couple reviews which stated that it freezes and is hard to use. I took a trip through several states along Route 66 and would like to animate the trip along the roads I took with video. If you know of a great map animator plugin, please let me know. If you have used the one I mentioned, please let me know your thoughts as well. Any help would be most appreciated. Thanks, Ray
Thank you for understanding........ Even more so, thank you for all the great links. I will definitely take a look at all of them for use. This software certainly would be of great use. Thanks again, I sincerely appreciate it. Ray joema wrote:
I screwed up......... I went through my Pegasus once again this afternoon. I counted two different folders "previously" at 5.12 GB it should have been <b>5.12 TB</b> My stupidity........ Those two folders consists of 4K media along with a ton of other media from over the years. I must have done a backup of a backup. Now...... If any of you were close, I'd back up so you could kick me in the ......... Sorry ........ Ray