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Burning Audio To a DVD


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Hi,

I have a bunch of DTS .wav files that are too large to fit on a CD and would like to group them onto a DVD. How do I go about doing this? Is an image file involved? If there is another way of getting the .wav files onto the DVD, how do I organize them so I can play them separately on the disc?

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Audio on CD's and Audio on DVD's are two very different things.

 

An Audio DVD must be 'authored' correctly using specialist software - which creates your 'AUDIO_TS' folder/files (normally, on a DVD Video disc, that folder is just empty).

 

If your player supports playing audio on a data disc (MP3 files etc), you can of course just burn them to disc using Build mode. You'd have to check the manual of your player to find out exactly which formats it supports though... you might find a DTS WAV file isn't one of them.

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