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How can I burn my 24/96 files to a DVD for listening?, [was “FooBar2000” in fb2k\General (TOS #6)]
jmdlcar
post Jul 24 2013, 00:52
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Hi all,

It might have been said but FooBar2000 plays my 24/96 flac files great. I'm just glad I found it. I do have 1 question if I burn those files on DVD and keep the 24/96 flac will they play on a home DVD player? Hope so.

Thanks Jack

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Andreasvb
post Jul 24 2013, 00:56
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If the said DVD player can play FLAC, yes.


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jmdlcar
post Jul 24 2013, 01:07
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Hi,

If it can't what would be a good format to use and be able to keep 24/96 these files has been convert from LP records each album is 900mb and larger? I know FooBar2000 won't work with Ubuntu what would be a good player and the format of the files?

Thanks Jack
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post Jul 25 2013, 17:07
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Moved out of the Recycle Bin/free bump. No doubt someone can suggest a simple way to get these files onto a DVD.

It would help if you could check the specifications of your player to determine whether it supports DVD-Audio. If not, you will have to burn the files as video files with a still image or similar on a DVD-Video disc. Having said that, to be honest, it will probably be easier to choose the latter option. But there are probably programs that support both, and in any case, providing any info you can about the player(s) with which you will want to use the resulting discs might help others to help you.
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post Jul 25 2013, 18:01
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A few options are described here:
Playing 24-bit FLACs on your DVD player
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post Jul 25 2013, 23:57
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Thanks I will give it a try and little everyone know if it works. Do you know if it will work with Windows 7?

Jack
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post Jul 26 2013, 01:26
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If you're asking about Audio DVD Creator, the developer stopped working on it in 2005. Reviews here are not good for x64 versions of Vista or Windows 7.


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post Jul 26 2013, 01:44
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A more recent and still developed Audio-DVD program. But it's a bit tech but following the guide would be no problems I think.

http://dvd-audio.sourceforge.net/
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post Jul 26 2013, 01:50
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lplex http://audioplex.sourceforge.net/ is a console app but looks promising as well.


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post Jul 26 2013, 03:21
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QUOTE (korth @ Jul 25 2013, 20:26) *
If you're asking about Audio DVD Creator, the developer stopped working on it in 2005. Reviews here are not good for x64 versions of Vista or Windows 7.

Hi,

I got it to install on Windows 7 32bit but I didn't want to hear that it won't work. When I find where to get the DVD A disk I will try it. I could try reg DVD. I all ready downloaded Audio DVD Creator version 1.9.1.0 plus I downloaded MadFLAC version 1.10 and Matrix mixer version 0.30b. I found out if you get Matrix mixer you can convert 2ch audio input to AC3 5.1ch output. So I hope now it works in Windows 7 32bit.

if it don't work I will try the other 2 links.

I let everyone know what I learn from this.

Thanks everyone for the help
Jack
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jmdlcar
post Jul 26 2013, 04:24
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Hi all update,

I did a test on Audio DVD Creator v1.9.1.0 plus the other 2 files I downloaded. I loaded Beatles Pastmaster 1 from my master record album I made a few years ago and it was 1.39 gb then I click next to play and it played but when I click next to record it and I got an error cause I had no DVD in the DVD recorder so it might work I hope. What do you think?

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Jack

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post Jul 26 2013, 12:46
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Erm, well, it sounds promising, but to be sure, you should just try it.

If it works as claimed in the link provided by Apesbrain, it should be fine and widely compatible. My concern was that any given program might write a DVD-Audio disc, which are less commonly supported, but the linked guide states that the result is a normal DVD-Video disc.
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post Jul 26 2013, 13:25
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Just to say that the program worked 100% in Windows 8 Pro 64 bit with Windows XP SP2 compatibility settings I was able to create a DVD disc. I did not burned a disc i simply chose the build files to disk option and the files created are DVD-Video files, so it's compatible with any DVD player.

The thing is it only saves 5 audio files to each disk unless the program is registered. But anyway the program works and it's super easy to make DVD Audio compatible disks.
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