Copying Discs : Copying a Disc
Copying a Disc
You can make a copy of non-protected data, audio and video CDs, DVDs, and Blu-ray discs.
Disc Copy is available on Mac OS X 10.9 or later.
Not all versions of Toast Titanium include Blu-ray authoring.
* To copy a CD, DVD, or Blu-ray disc:
1 In Toast, choose Copy tab, and in the Copy Discs area, choose one of the following:
Blu-ray Disc
2 In the Output Settings area, choose the Read From drive, choose a destination, and specify the number of copies.
3 Choose any of the following options:
Add CD-TEXT: If your original is an audio CD, you can automatically retrieve album information and add CD-TEXT to the copy. To view this information, you will need an audio CD player that supports CD-TEXT.
Use Fit-to-DVD video compression: If your original is a DVD-Video that is too large to fit onto a standard 4.7 GB recordable DVD, selecting this option will compress it to fit on the copy. See Making a VIDEO_TS Compilation.
Use Disc Recovery: When enabled, this helps copy discs that are unreadable due to scratches or other damages. Files from these damaged discs may be recovered during copying, and recovery information will be provided after copying is done.
Note: Not all discs can be restored—some are too damaged to be read by Toast, even with this option enabled.
4 Insert the original disc into your recorder.
5 If you have multiple optical drives on your computer, you can copy from one drive to the other. Click the drop-down menu to choose which drive to Read From and insert the original disc into that drive.
6 Click the red Copy button to continue.
7 When prompted, insert a blank, recordable disc of the same type as the source disc.
Toast displays a progress bar and status information as it copies your disc.
If you only have one drive on your computer, Toast will copy all the contents of the original to a temporary file on your hard disk and then write it to the blank disc. The temporary file is deleted automatically when the copy is complete. You may need a large amount of temporary free hard disk space depending on the type of disc you are copying.
If you copy a multi-session data CD, Toast will only copy the first session.