Toast 5 Titanium Is Now Shipping!
Roxio’s Premier CD Burning Software for Macintosh
Milpitas, Calif., April 2, 2001 – Roxio, Inc., the digital media company
from Adaptec, is now shipping the new Toast 5 Titanium in the US. Customers
can purchase the product at their local computer retail store for a
suggested retail price of $99 or direct from Roxio at www.roxio.com.
“Toast 5 Titanium is packed with many new features for users to burn DVD’s,
MP3’s, photos and VideoCDs,” said Victor Nemecheck, Toast product manager
at Roxio. “It is truly the ultimate CD and DVD burning package.”
The new Toast 5 Titanium boasts a totally new user interface specifically
designed for use on Mac OS X, the ability to burn CDs in the background,
automatic MPEG encoding for burning iMovies onto VideoCDs for playback in
most DVD players, and support for most DVD-RAM and DVD-R/RW drives.
In addition to the new features listed above, Toast 5 Titanium now includes
all the tools needed for complete CD mastering, including iView Multimedia,
the easiest way for professionals and consumers to organize images, photos,
movies, sounds, fonts and files. Users can create thumbnail catalogs,
create slide shows and video postcards, or publish web galleries of their
media on the Internet. Also included is a full-featured version of Magic
Mouse Discus, a fun but powerful CD label printing program. Discus includes
hundreds of background graphics and clip art images that allow users to
create artistic CD labels and jewel case inserts and prints them on over 22
different brands of CD labeling paper.
Roxio, Inc. (www.roxio.com) provides software that empowers people to
create, manage and move digital media. Roxio’s suite of digital media
products features the best selling CD burning software in the world, Easy
CD Creator for Windows, and Toast for the Macintosh platform. Roxio also
markets GoBack, premier system recovery software that enable PC users to
“Go Back” in time to recover from system crashes. Roxio distributes its
products globally through strategic partnerships with major PC and CD-R/RW
manufacturers, national retail chains and Internet partnerships. Roxio’s
products are also available at its website. Headquartered in Milpitas,
California, Roxio also maintains offices in Longmont, Colorado; Maple
Grove, Minnesota; Wurselin, Germany, and Tokyo, Japan. Roxio currently
employs approximately 250 people worldwide.