I have not actually used it with OS X, but I dont think it does work. What it does work with is iTuners. For some reason toast 5 is problematic for me. If I want to do 2 CDs, one after the other, it just goes to sleep" so to speak. It does it's thing and then the for some reason the writer stops writting ... I have not figured it out tet (because I dont write CDs that often )
Anyone have any idea ?
What extensions relevant to Toast Titanium 5 are you using? I have a Sony Spressa CRX145E Firewire drive which is recognized by both iTunes 1.1.1 in OS X and Toast Titanium 5.0.1 in OS 9.1 (on my Classic partition, but booted directly into 9.1 rather than from OS X). However, when I try to run Toast from OS X using Classic, my drive is not recognized.
Has anyone else here had any luck running Toast 5 in Classsic?
I still have to reboot the computer once I've made 1 CD, and close and re-open the CD-RW drive ....
It seems that the drive goes to sleep after X amount of time... it so WEIRD!!!! After making several coasters I decided to reboot always after making 1 CD so that I dont waste any more CD-Rs .... Grrrrrrrrrrr!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
Well, toast 5.0.1 doesn't work for me in X, not even in classic. I know my drive is supported in 9.1. I think it doesn't work in X because X is plenty picky about SCSI devices...This drive works find in 9.1, but not in X. If the drive is turned on and I'm booting into X I will get a horrible kernal panic on startup. I think this is because this CD-RW from Yamaha is really an internal drive ghetto hooked up externaly and isn't terminated where the SCSI internal ribbon cable breaks for another device to be plugged in. Yes, I will buy a firewire drive in a year or so and go without the SCSI card entirely, but until then...I can't burn CD's in X period.