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Can I Create Music Dvd Without Using The Mp3 Function?


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Roxio doesn't make DVD Audio disc's it makes DVD Music disc's.

 

So you are saying that you can get the program to burn a DVD Music disc in a different format from what is discussed? Why didn't you say so and how? or are you just being argumentative?

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So you are saying that you can get the program to burn a DVD Music disc in a different format from what is discussed? Why didn't you say so and how? or are you just being argumentative?

 

Roxio products never have had the ability to make high fidelity DVD A (Audio) disc's

 

In 2001 I bought a JVC DVD and DVD Audio Disc Player and have working knowledge about that format!

 

DVD Audio content is stored in the AUDIO_TS directory whereas DVD music discs store the audio in the VIDEO_TS directory.

 

If you read about DVD A (Audio) disc's and made a DVD Music disc with Roxio software you would know this.

 

In answer to the OP's question a mp3/wma disc is a CD not a DVD Music disc.

 

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Can I create music DVD without using the mp3 function?

 

To stick with Easy CD & DVD Burning [this forum] the suite has Roxio Music Disc Creator.

Music Disc Creator makes DVD Music Discs - the definition from the Help page is in the red box.

 

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You don't need to use MP3s - other audio formats are supported (see below).

 

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Does this answer your question, RDM ?

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When you create a DVD music disc you are given 3 choices as the format:

Dolby digital AC-3

MPEG 1 Layer 2

Uncompressed (PCM)

 

MP3 is not a choice when making a DVD Music disc.

 

Hit Project Settings from the menu and you'll be able to see the choices.

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