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What Product Is Right For Me


tehewly

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I want to purchase a high definition audio from HDTracks website and burn to DVD Audio.

I have a Mac and I want to be able to keep the 24/96 sample rate.

What is the right software for me?

I don't want to burn video. Only Audio.

Thanks

Dean

 

On the Windows side Roxio doesn't do 24/96!

 

I'll point our Mac guy your way.

 

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Toast, a Mac app, can create what it calls a Music DVD with 24-bit, 96 kHz PCM audio. PCM Is uncompressed. If your source audio format is anything other than uncompressed there is a chance Toast will not be able to decode it. Won't know until you try.

 

Also, I recall discussions some time ago that there were problems with the 96/24 tracks so people used 48/24 instead. But I haven't heard anything about that for a long time.

 

The Music DVDs show a still-frame slate on TVs when playing. They require playback from a device that can play video DVDs. They are not what is termed DVD-Audio format.

 

If you buy online from Roxio I believe they still have a 30-day refund return policy.

 

Since the Music DVD is created in Toast's Audio section, there isn't an option to make a Music Blu-Ray.

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