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audio burning to dvd problem


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I don't have any experience with Bwav files, but if you burn them to DVD using the Data window there will be no conversion attempted by Toast and they will remain exactly as is. The only reason I can think of that you are running into the 99 track limit is if you are trying to burn a Toast Music DVD which also requires having Jam 6 along with Toast 6. That requires the music to be converted either to 48 khz 16-bit PCM (possibly explaining why it becomes too large) or compressed 2-channel AC-3. Each album (like a folder) can have up to 99 tracks according to the video DVD spec that the music DVD must comply with to be playable on DVD players.

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