Roxio Toast 7 for Apple Mac adds Blu-ray support

Sonic Solutions has released of Toast 7 with Blu-ray Disc (BD) support — the first application of its kind for the Mac. The software ushers in a new era of advanced optical disc recording providing Mac users with the ability to store as much as 50 GB of data on a BD-R (recordable) or BD-RE (rewritable) disc. Toast 7 with BD support is available exclusively for original equipment manufacturers developing next-generation external BD drives. The first drives to feature Toast 7 with BD support are expected to be available later this quarter.

Toast’s Blu-ray Disc features include Toast Dynamic Writing, which for the first time enables users to record files simply by dragging and dropping files onto a disc in the same convenient way they would move or copy files to a removable storage device. The ability to store as much as 50 GB of data makes Toast an ideal solution for archiving extensive digital music collections or protecting critical files and precious memories too large to fit on a standard DVD. In addition to its Blu-ray capabilities, Toast 7 is now also a universal application that runs natively on both Intel-based and PowerPC-based systems.

“We are extremely pleased to continue our pioneering work and provide Mac users with new ways to exploit the full power and potential of the platform,” said Stan Wong, general manager, Roxio division of Sonic Solutions, in the press release. “The inclusion of Blu-ray Disc capabilities adds to an already unrivaled lineup of digital media features that have made Toast a retail leader and the standard for CD and DVD burning on the Mac. Toast 7 with Blu-ray Disc support represents a compelling solution for manufacturers of next-generation BD drives who want to provide their Mac customers with a product that has become synonymous with quality and innovation.”

More info about Toast 7 here.


  1. I am excited by the included ability to dynamically write to a disc by dragging data to the disc icon.

    I wonder though, does everything have to be written at once, or will it allow you to add to the disc contents multiple times until its contents are filled?

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