Burn Multiple Audio CD format song to one DVD

Hi all,

I am a newbie to these issue.

I need to burn a few audio CD format songs (not MP3 song) into one DVD.
Can someone pls advice how to do it ?

I normally used Window Media Player (or Deepburner) with WinXP
to burn MP3 songs into Data CD/DVD however but as I understand
that MP3 is only 2 channel, my Home Threater system DVD player not able
to produce “surround” audio effect when playing Data CD (MP3 format)
as compared audio CD.

What is the correct format that I should be using for burning
into DVD in order to retain the “surround” effect found in audio CD ?

How many audio CD can be burn into one DVD ?

Kindly advice. Thanks in advance.

There is no “surround” in AudioCDs and CDDA is no suitable format for DVDs.

Google for AudioDVD.

[quote=chef;1972852]There is no “surround” in AudioCDs and CDDA is no suitable format for DVDs.

Google for AudioDVD.[/quote]

Thanks for the reply.

Kindly let me clarify - maybe I have used the wrong term as I am a newbie :smiley:
When I play the audio CD on a 5 speaker DVD home theater system,
there is audio/music coming out from most speakers. If I played
my data CD (music in MP3) format, there is audio/music from
the front left and front right speaker only.

How can I burn a DVD, comprising of a few CD full of music
to produce the same audio effect like playing as Audio CD
not like MP3 Data CD ?

Thanks in advance.

I have no problem as such in my system. I have a Bose Lifestyle 12 that can’t play MP3 (its 5 year old) though I used my DVD player to play MP3-DVD/MP3 CD’s and hook up the Bose LS system to it. It has the ability to reproduce 2 channel source into 5.1. But there are Audio CD’s that can not be reproduced only stereo sound.
That to one side, Your problem I think its either your system is not set up properly to output Audio to Dolby Pro logic 5.1 or can not decode Dolby sorround.
Try using NERO MP3 JUKEBOX and compile few tracks into MP3 CD using an Audio CD-R, you can fit 150 tracks on it no problem and see what’s the outcome.

[QUOTE=sylvester_k;1973257]Thanks for the reply.

Kindly let me clarify - maybe I have used the wrong term as I am a newbie :smiley:
When I play the audio CD on a 5 speaker DVD home theater system,
there is audio/music coming out from most speakers. If I played
my data CD (music in MP3) format, there is audio/music from
the front left and front right speaker only.

How can I burn a DVD, comprising of a few CD full of music
to produce the same audio effect like playing as Audio CD
not like MP3 Data CD ?
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Thanks in advance.[/QUOTE]

Your 5.1/stereo system has to support “surround mode”.

  • sorry, delete -

Hi all

When I play Audio CD on my Home Theater System (5 speakers) DVD player,
I can press the “Audio” button on my remote control, I can select different
audio Dolby Pro logic mode (sorry newbie like me does not understand the different Dolby format but I think some of the audio setting is used for movie watching…), some of these audio setting will produce “surround” effect from the CD from the 5 speaker.

When I play MP3 data CD-R on the same system, the system automatically
set to stereo and music only comes out from front left and right speaker.
I was not able to select any other audio mode even by press “audio” button.

I like the “surround” music output but need to compress the an about 8-10 hrs
of music into 1 single disc, so that is why I am looking around for a suitable solution.

Pls note all CD music to be burnt is from original Audio CD brought from shop,
not downloaded from internet.

Some similar idea brought up in forum is

  • burn few cd iso onto one DVD ?
  • burn music on .cda format (cd format) on data DVD ?

Not sure if above is suitable. … or anyone have a better way ?

Thanks in advance.