on toast 5 when I would make a mix cd and drag the track onto toast it would put it in a temp cache so i could burn it.<br>I cant figure out how to do this on toast 6. I dont want to save the aiff files to my HD, if i just drag it, it does nothing and i have to put each cd before it burns.<br>What am I doing wrong?<br><br>
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I know in Toast 5 for instance if I want to burn a music cd but have "data" cd chosen, Toast won't let me drag and drop music files onto the Toast window. You may have to select music cd before you drag your files or at least make sure the file type matches the process anyway.<br><br><br><br>[color:blue]Art is about making something out of nothing then selling it. — Frank Zappa</font color=blue>
When you drag a non-audio file to Toast's Audio CD window it converts that file to an .aiff. In version 5 the 'temp' location it saved them to was invisible, but it was still on your HD, you just couldn't see them. After you were finished burning your CD, if you didn't save the Toast settings for that CD the files were trashed.<br><br>Toast 6 does exactly the same thing, except now there is a button to save the converted files permanently in the location of your choosing.<br><br>I guess I don't understand your original post very well. What is it you are trying to do and how does it differ in Toast 5 versus Toast 6?<br><br>
So if i hit extract on 6 and at the end of the buring, it will ask if I want to save the files permantaly?<br><br>Ill try to ask the question more clearly.<br>In 5 when I dragged an audio file to toast, it would download the file to toast, the new one doesnt do that.
Ok, so you DON'T want to save the files? Sorry, I was under the assumption that that is what you were trying to do.<br><br>So, the problem is when you drag the files into the Toast Audio CD window nothing happens? What file format are they?<br><br>
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