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Old 2007-06-26, 10:12 PM
Tubular
 
Re: Question(s) about 24 bit and 16 bit

I've used DVD-Audiofile (free) and it is great, it just takes 30-45 min. to create the iso file. You also need some extra space on your hard drive. If you are burning 4 GB of wav files, you will need an additional 4 GB for the DVD-Audio structure folder, then an additional 4 GB for the iso. The DVD-Audio structure folder gets erased after the iso has been fully created. Don't try stopping the process after the DVD-Audio structure has been created, and then try to burn that, it doesn't work. I tried burning this folder as data, and then as a UDF disc and my DVD-A player wouldn't recognize the disc. I think this is because a DVD-A disc needs some special identifying features that your typical burning programs can't add, but I'm not sure. However, if you let the authoring process fully complete, and then burn the iso with a burning program it will work flawlessly.

I think Audacity will convert 24 to 16 for free, and any program like Soundforge (not free) can also do it.
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