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Old 2005-03-20, 02:37 AM
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Re: Open Source DVD-Audio authoring program released

Have had a Toshiba with onboard 24/192,DVD-A...but until I build my new puter can't burn DVD-but this app will get me on that project quicker
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Re: Open Source DVD-Audio authoring program released

Bravo! Looks excellent, and cross-platform is so key.

Now I just need to get a DVD-audio player... I've been doing the video compatible DVD thing.

Thanks a bunch for the work!
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Re: Open Source DVD-Audio authoring program released



Don't have a DVD-A player at the moment, but this looks quite impressive for future use. Cheers for the effort, as well as offering it on the Mac OS!
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Old 2005-03-25, 09:44 PM
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Re: Open Source DVD-Audio authoring program released

I've just released another "alpha" version of dvda-author. Like the previous versions, it's available here:

http://dvd-audio.sourceforge.net/alpha/

To summarise, the current features of dvda-author are:

* 9 Groups of tracks, each group containing up to 99 tracks (the DVD-A limits)
* 16-bit and 24-bit Stereo and 16-bit mono (24-bit mono may work, but is untested)
* All 6 DVD-A samplerates (44.1KHz, 48KHz, 88.2KHz, 96KHz, 176.4KHz and 192KHz)
* Gapless playback
* Open Source - Source code available under the terms of the GNU GPL
* Cross platform - Windows binary available, source code can be compiled almost anywhere, including Linux and Mac OS X.

Next on my to-do list (in no particular order) are multi-channel support, FLAC input support and a GUI version.

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Old 2005-03-27, 04:45 AM
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Re: Open Source DVD-Audio authoring program released

I've just finished incorporating native FLAC decoding into dvda-author. So you can now author DVD-Audio discs directly from a set of FLACs.

There's a new alpha release available with this functionality:

http://dvd-audio.sourceforge.net/alpha/

Dave.
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