I usually make either DDP files, individual WAV files, or physical CD-Rs for clients but I have a certain client asking for an iso file for Toast. I’m not sure why they don’t choose to burn CD-Rs from the HOFA DDP Player I provide them but my question is here is what is the best way to make a Toast friendly set of files from a montage for the client to make audio CD-Rs from? It sounds like the band is making a few hundred CD-Rs on their own and prefer to burn in Toast rather than HOFA DDP Player for whatever reason.
I want them to be able to burn quality CD-Rs with audio quality and CD-Text in tact. I might have them convinced to use the HOFA DDP Player which I think is the best solution, but I want to have a plan B if they insist on getting a Toast friendly file.
I see that File>Special>Add to CD/DVD option has an iso option but it renders so fast that I don’t believe it’s rendering my inserted plugins, and also, the copy of Toast Burn that I have doesn’t recognize the generated file. Maybe it would be best to use File>Special>Add to CD/DVD on the DDP I have rendered so that all plugin processing is surely included.
If anybody has any advice on making a bin/cue or iso file from a montage that a client can easily use with Toast, it would be great to know.