Recording DVD-Audio?


Do I need a special program to record DVD-A?
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Check out the Diskwelder software to author DVD-Audio disk.
Thank you for your input.I will check Diskwelder out.
Steve
there is also a freeware program available that will author true DVD-Audio discs:
DVD Audio Tools
http://dvd-audio.sourceforge.net/

Additionally, you can download the freeware "DVD-Audiofile" which is just a windows GUI for the DVD Audio tools program, and allows you to author a DVD-Audio disc without having to use the DOS command line :) Download that here:
http://24bit.turtleside.com/

these programs will create a disc image, so the result is an ISO file on your hard drive. from there, it's as simple as burning the image to disc. I personally use ImgBurn (great freeware program), but almost any DVD burning software should allow you to burn a disc image (.ISO) to a DVD.
Thankyou
Jasonobel
Just a thought, now that DVD-A has been pretty much abandoned, could the format be useful as a DRM free format for us hi-fi guys?

Ken
Steinberg's Wavelab series of software has some very affordable offerings that will author DVD-Audio.