Burning CD Audio onto DVD for use in car

Hey guys,

Here’s something I have been trying to get to work for the longest time. The stereo in my car can play DVD audio, so what I am trying to do is basically burn 99-tracks onto a DVD-R rather than a CD-R. I want it to function just like a burned audio CD-R would, but with a whole lot more tracks. I have tried everything on Nero 6 as well as a few other applications with no luck. Does anyone have any ideas? Thanks.

DVD Audio is something quite different to an Audio CD.

I would have thought that if it plays DVD Audio then there’s a good chance it’ll play MP3s on a DVD. That’s the way I’d go.

Thanks for the reply Tim.

To clarify, I have an Acura TL which is equiped with a DVD audio player. Unfortunately, it does not support mp3 CDs or DVDs so I have no luck there. I was just wondering if there was a way I could make a DVD exactly the same way I would make an audio CD (drag and drop songs into Nero and have it burn an audio CD) with the advantage of having a much higher capacity.

Thanks in advance to any more replies.

Found this thread which might help.

OK here is what to do. First all DVD audio disks use the wav format and the DVD must be burned in a special format. You MUST use DVD -R in order for it to work in the acura TL (or any acura). You can strip tracks from your DVD video disks, convert your MP3’s to *.wav files. Your Acura does not have the ability to decode MP3 directly.

Here is what I use:

Go here ( This is a free program that you can use to convert your MP3’s)
http://www.mp3fe.com/
Click Download on the upper left and then download
mp3-2-wav converter

Go here (there is a free 30 day trial but is inexpensive to get license)
http://www.castudio.org/dvdaudioextractor/
Download DVD Audio extractor
this will let you strip any DVD audio track into the *.wav files it can do 5 channel DTS, 6 channel AC3 digital dolby and 2 channel stereo and generate the files you can use to burn you DVD’s

Now they key is to burn with the following program. This will burn the *wav files you generated with the above SW and enjoy them in your ACURA :slight_smile:

http://www.cirlinca.com

Download audio dvd solo (this gives you I think 5 free burns I purchased the Lisence and its only $34.95

I have no affiliation with any of this. Hope this helps.

Hey!
I want to burn an audio DVD to listen to in my BMW, which does have a DVD player but cannot read MP3s.

I bought the HD AUDIO SOLO PRO and when I tried to write the .wav files onto the DVD I get this message:

Write successfully completed in 50393mn52s at 0.0X
Idle

Which means there was no writing on the disc. Did you encounter such a problem? I would be so grateful if you could help me!

[QUOTE=hardwork12;1502071]OK here is what to do. First all DVD audio disks use the wav format and the DVD must be burned in a special format. You MUST use DVD -R in order for it to work in the acura TL (or any acura). You can strip tracks from your DVD video disks, convert your MP3’s to *.wav files. Your Acura does not have the ability to decode MP3 directly.

Here is what I use:

Go here ( This is a free program that you can use to convert your MP3’s)
http://www.mp3fe.com/
Click Download on the upper left and then download
mp3-2-wav converter

Go here (there is a free 30 day trial but is inexpensive to get license)
http://www.castudio.org/dvdaudioextractor/
Download DVD Audio extractor
this will let you strip any DVD audio track into the *.wav files it can do 5 channel DTS, 6 channel AC3 digital dolby and 2 channel stereo and generate the files you can use to burn you DVD’s

Now they key is to burn with the following program. This will burn the *wav files you generated with the above SW and enjoy them in your ACURA :slight_smile:

http://www.cirlinca.com

Download audio dvd solo (this gives you I think 5 free burns I purchased the Lisence and its only $34.95

I have no affiliation with any of this. Hope this helps.[/QUOTE]

You bought without trial, BAD MOVE!

Not sure how complete this project is
http://dvd-audio.sourceforge.net/

But if you can get it to work, then see if you can get a refund on the other

[QUOTE=Matth;2779306]You bought without trial, BAD MOVE!

Not sure how complete this project is
http://dvd-audio.sourceforge.net/

But if you can get it to work, then see if you can get a refund on the other[/QUOTE]

It wasn’t too expensive, though (16.99$) for a two month use. I don’t care too much about the 17$.
What I do care about is getting the job of creating an actual audio DVD done.

[QUOTE=alex123456;2779283]Hey!
I want to burn an audio DVD to listen to in my BMW, which does have a DVD player but cannot read MP3s.[/QUOTE]

Are you sure the car’s player supports dvd-audio?It would surprise me that such a player isn’t compatible with .mp3…
Can’t you play audio cd’s with it?I would rather try to burn the .wav’s that way…

Can it write an ISO, and then burn the ISO image using a burner software that you know works with your drive.

Minnetonka Diskwelder bronze will do dvd-a