Burning CD Audio onto DVD for use in car

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#1

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.


#2

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.


#3

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.


#4

Found this thread which might help.


#5

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.


#6

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]


#7

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


#8

[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.


#9

[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…


#10

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


#11

Minnetonka Diskwelder bronze will do dvd-a