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Re: Creating a DVD-A disc for DVD-A player
« Reply #15 on: May 10, 2008, 09:03:16 AM »
I need a DVD-Player so I want to make a disc and bring it shopping w/ me to make sure it works. When you burn the ISO to DVD-R what do you choose? I only have Roxio on my pc right now and there is no ISO function that I know of.

In Roxio Creator Plus, the tools panel on the left side has a sub menu "copy".  Under "copy" there is an option "burn image".

Thats what I use.
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Re: Creating a DVD-A disc for DVD-A player
« Reply #16 on: May 10, 2008, 01:58:11 PM »
I need a DVD-Player so I want to make a disc and bring it shopping w/ me to make sure it works. When you burn the ISO to DVD-R what do you choose? I only have Roxio on my pc right now and there is no ISO function that I know of.

In Roxio Creator Plus, the tools panel on the left side has a sub menu "copy".  Under "copy" there is an option "burn image".

Thats what I use.

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Re: Creating a DVD-A disc for DVD-A player
« Reply #17 on: May 15, 2008, 12:00:02 PM »
the reason for this is that the newest version of FLAC (v1.2.1) encodes 24 bit files a bit differently, and DVD-Audiofile hasn't yet been updated to accomodate 24 bit files that were encoded with FLAC v1.2.1
If you use older versions of FLAC, you can drag and drop the FLAC files directly into DVD-Audiofile.  or, as you discovered, just using the WAV files instead of FLAC also works.

the command line tool that does the actual dvd-a creation uses an older version of flac and i haven't figure out how to get the newest one working correctly yet.  apparently a newer version of the tool will make it much easier to drop in your own flac versions...

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Re: Creating a DVD-A disc for DVD-A player
« Reply #18 on: May 27, 2008, 05:39:39 PM »
the reason for this is that the newest version of FLAC (v1.2.1) encodes 24 bit files a bit differently, and DVD-Audiofile hasn't yet been updated to accomodate 24 bit files that were encoded with FLAC v1.2.1
If you use older versions of FLAC, you can drag and drop the FLAC files directly into DVD-Audiofile.  or, as you discovered, just using the WAV files instead of FLAC also works.

the command line tool that does the actual dvd-a creation uses an older version of flac and i haven't figure out how to get the newest one working correctly yet.  apparently a newer version of the tool will make it much easier to drop in your own flac versions...

A new version of dvda-author (which is used by DVD-Audiofile) now integrates FLAC 1.2.1.
It also makes it possible to create so-called navigable hybrid DVDs, with both audio zone and video zone on the same disk.
Pre-release tests are being made and I expect to post a release candidate on the DVD-Audio tools forum Sun 8th June.
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« Last Edit: May 28, 2008, 02:16:30 AM by libfab »

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Re: Creating a DVD-A disc for DVD-A player
« Reply #19 on: June 17, 2008, 01:15:12 PM »
OK, so I have my 24/48 flac files. I opened the app and dropped the files in with no trouble. When I hit create ISO it takes about half a second and i get "iso created successfully". The resulting file is only 848 kb. Is this right?

Nope, I dropped my wave files in, instead of flacs. It seems to be working now.
I need a DVD-Player so I want to make a disc and bring it shopping w/ me to make sure it works. When you burn the ISO to DVD-R what do you choose? I only have Roxio on my pc right now and there is no ISO function that I know of.
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Re: Creating a DVD-A disc for DVD-A player
« Reply #20 on: June 17, 2008, 01:56:21 PM »
Concluding Summary:
1. Cut up files with cdwave and save with "24 bit alternate format" box checked.
2. Download Scott Brown's dvd-audiofile here:
http://satellite.epix.net/~scb/dvd-audiofile/DVD-Audiofile0.42.1win.zip
3. Drag and drop your 24 bit wave files on to the dvd audiofile window and make your ISO.
4. use imgburn to burn the ISO on to a DVD.
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Re: Creating a DVD-A disc for DVD-A player
« Reply #21 on: June 17, 2008, 02:02:30 PM »
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Re: Creating a DVD-A disc for DVD-A player
« Reply #22 on: June 21, 2008, 06:01:05 PM »
I assume that I can use the mac version with about the same steps? Please let me know if there is anything substantially different. I am ready to try this.
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Re: Creating a DVD-A disc for DVD-A player
« Reply #23 on: June 21, 2008, 06:07:43 PM »
http://satellite.epix.net/~scb/dvd-audiofile/DVD-Audiofile0.74.mac.zip

drop flac files in.  click button. burn in toast.  done

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Re: Creating a DVD-A disc for DVD-A player
« Reply #24 on: June 22, 2008, 03:22:18 AM »
http://satellite.epix.net/~scb/dvd-audiofile/DVD-Audiofile0.74.mac.zip

drop flac files in.  click button. burn in toast.  done
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Re: Creating a DVD-A disc for DVD-A player
« Reply #25 on: July 01, 2008, 10:54:31 AM »
Concluding Summary:
1. Cut up files with cdwave and save with "24 bit alternate format" box checked.

Thanks - that just got me! It ran too fast with the flacs (and made a 2MB file) and ran forever with the wavs.

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Re: Creating a DVD-A disc for DVD-A player
« Reply #26 on: July 10, 2008, 07:28:00 AM »
Hi,

I've rencently uploaded a new version of dvda-author on the DVD-Audio tools site (http://dvd-audio.sourceforge.net)

The new version can be used to replace the original executable in the DVD-Audiofile frontend.
However, Scott's app will only use legacy features, except for the added compatibility with the latest FLAC soundfiles (version 1.2.1).

This new 08.06 version of dvda-author can create navigable "hybrid" DVDs, with both a DVD-Audio zone and a DVD-Video zone. Navigation is possible between both zones, by pressing on the "direct access" buttons on your remote control. If you create, for example, a "video linking" group #5 in your DVD-Audio zone, linking video titleset 4 in DVD-Video zone, you'll get to this titleset from DVD-Audio zone by pressing "stop" then the "5" button of your remote. While playing the video titleset, you can get back to DVD-Audio zone by pressing "stop" then the "4" button of your remote.

DVD-Video zones can be authored with Lplex to create "universal" audio DVDs.

This version has been tested extensively under Linux, few tests have been done with Windows so far. Please report issues on the dvd-audio tools mailing list.

Best, Fab
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Re: Creating a DVD-A disc for DVD-A player
« Reply #27 on: July 10, 2008, 08:17:42 AM »
Hi,

I've rencently uploaded a new version of dvda-author on the DVD-Audio tools site (http://dvd-audio.sourceforge.net)

The new version can be used to replace the original executable in the DVD-Audiofile frontend.
However, Scott's app will only use legacy features, except for the added compatibility with the latest FLAC soundfiles (version 1.2.1).

This new 08.06 version for dvda-author can create navigable "hybrid" DVDs, with both a DVD-Audio zone and a DVD-Video zone. Navigation is possible between both zones, by pressing on the "direct access" buttons on your remote control. If you create, for example, a "video linking" group #5 in your DVD-Audio zone, linking video titleset 4 in DVD-Video zone, you'll get to this titleset from DVD-Audio zone by pressing "stop" then the "5" button of your remote. While playing the video titleset, you canget back to DVD-Audio zone by pressing "stop" then the "4" button of your remote.

DVD-Video zones can be authored with Lplex to create "universal" audio DVDs.

This version has been tested extensively under Linux, few tests have been done on Windows so far. Please report issues on the dvd-audio tools mailing list.

Best, Fab
Hello, one quick question about the creation of the XXX.ISO. What is the size difference in the resulting image if I create it with flac files versus wave files? Is the resulting ISO smaller because I input flac files instead of wave?
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Re: Creating a DVD-A disc for DVD-A player
« Reply #28 on: July 10, 2008, 08:30:26 AM »
No.

FLAC is decoded into LPCM streams, just as WAV. This is a constraint imposed by DVD-Audio specs, it'll be the same for all DVD-Audio authoring applications.

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Re: Creating a DVD-A disc for DVD-A player
« Reply #29 on: January 08, 2009, 12:17:38 AM »
I made a DVD-A where I put set 1 in group 1 and set 2 in group 2 and my disc only played set 1. Is this a DVD player (Denon 2200) setting or will I always have to manually skip to group 2?
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