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DVDA question


DavidK

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multichannel DVD-Audio, but very doable in 2 channel. Using DVD Audio Extractor (for up to 24/96 DVD-Video tracks) or DVDAExplorer for all DVD-Audio (up to DVD-Audio's 24/192 maximum) any 2 channel layer can be ripped to a hard drive. Also, any 5.1 layer from DVD-Audio can be ripped to a hard drive (using DVDAExplorer). Also, 2 channel DVD-Audio can be burnt onto DVD-R's using Cirlinca's DVD-Audio Solo or HD-Audio Solo. So far.....no issues.

 

The issues arise when you want multichannel DVD-Audio discs burnt.

1) These Cirlinca programs, or any other that I've looked for, won't allow for PCM to exceed 9.6MB/sec to be burnt. To exceed 9.6MB/sec, (which is a bit rate that any multichannel DVD-Audio hits when over 24/48 for all 6 channels) the programs allow for burning but ask you whether you want to downsample the surrounds and LFE channels. Not a real bad thing, but not a complete duplicate either!

2) Very many multichannel layers have watermarking that, when trying to playback burnt watermarked discs, shows off as the player muting audio after 15 seconds of each track. My car (Infiniti M35X) DVD-Audio player is one culprit. Oppos, on the other hand, seem to look past watermarks, so that's a good thing.

 

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