FLAC To DVD Audio

vbimport

#1

Hello, I recently ripped all a discography from my old CDs into FLAC (16 bit / 44 hz), and I wonder how can I put them all together into a DVD audio without loss quality, what software I must use for this and if I can put menus for browse the tracks on my audio DVD. Maybe this was posted many times and there is a guide somewhere…

Thanks,


#2

If you plan to play that DVD into a computer, then you can simply create a data disc burning all FLAC files with no modification.

For what I know, a DVD disc cannot be used to burn music in audio CD format. And if it is possible, no player (except for computer ones) will be able to play that disc.


#3

so I cannot make a DVD audio from mp3, wav, rm and other audio formats then play in my DVD Player, select them or so???


#4

I’m not fully sure, but a standalone should be able to read a data disc with mp3 files, so it’s not necessary to convert mp3 into audio CD format :slight_smile:

Try to do a test with a rewritable media


#5

I outlined this process in another thread. I routinely make DVD-Audio discs for playback in a set-top Universal Disc Player. You can generally fit 4-5 full CDs onto one DVD-A disc without the use of compression. The program to use is called DVDAudiofile. It’s free and it will let you make, from your FLAC files, DVD-A compliant discs. Beware, the DVD-A spec included a proprietary compression called MLP and the encoder is very expensive. If you decide to go this route I can send you an article that I’ve written that outlines the process in addition to explaining how to extract audio soundtracks from concert DVDs. Start here http://club.cdfreaks.com/f57/audio-dvds-programs-make-them-149312/

Hope this helps.