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response?style copy?protection mechanism, and the application has to be registered within 14 days of your installation in order to get an authorisation code to prevent Discwelder from 'timing out'. In practice, Minnetonka contacted me with my authorisation code within an hour of installing, so at least they seem to be fairly efficient. If you own a DVD writer already, or are considering purchasing one to use with Discwelder, it would be worth checking the compatibility with Minnetonka beforehand; as a guide, most Pioneer models seem to be supported. The reason for this latter requirement is that Discwelder always creates a disc image of your disc prior to burning, and you obviously need space to store the original content in the first place. So Minnetonka recommend the 10GB figure based on the fact a DVD?R disc has a maximum capacity of 4.7GB. Discwelder is ready to create a new DVD?Audio disc straight away after loading, and the main display features a Windows Explorer?like file browser in the upper half of the screen, with the contents of your disc in the lower half, which is referred to as the Album area. Discwelder can handle Wave or AIFF files at 16.The only caveat is that all the files for the channels of a 5.1 track do need to share the same properties, as you might expect. Unfortunately, you have to drag each of the remaining five files to the correct channels manually, since Discwelder has no way of intelligently assigning multiple files to the correct channels. Dragging a stereo file creates a stereo track, as you'd expect, and each track can easily be renamed and configured by double?clicking its entry and entering details into a window, including a pause time. A group is essentially a structure for organising DVD?Audio discs: each group is able to store up to 99 tracks, and although a DVD?Audio disc can contain many groups, Steel only allows one group to be created per disc.Discwelder's Album Properties window allows you to set up an on?http://www.energiacurativa.com/images/brother-2070n-user-manual.xml

screen menu for your DVD?Audio disc that can be seen if a TV or monitor is plugged into your DVD?Audio player. Aside from setting the font and TV system (PAL or NTSC) there's not much else you can do, with a fixed background watermarked with the Discwelder logo. This is an area of the application where Minnetonka have limited the features for the price range — far more elaborate use can be made of the visual potential of a DVD?Audio disc in more expensive software. Although writing the actual content to a DVD doesn't take long (a 4.7GB DVD?R can be written in approximately one hour at 1x speed), it can take around 15 minutes to finish off the disc because of the high capacity of DVD media. As a guide, though, burning the test disc shown in the screenshots took about 17 minutes. DVD?Audio hasn't reached anywhere near critical mass yet, a fact not helped by the fact most DVD?Video players can't play DVD?Audio discs, but Discwelder Steel is another step on the road. It enables you to create DVD?Audio discs that can be played back in any DVD?Audio player supporting DVD?R media, enabling you to easily try out your high?quality stereo and surround mixes in other environments. And Discwelder Steel doesn't have any competition in this price range either: it really is the only affordable solution, compared to Sonic Solutions and Minnetonka's higher?end offerings that cost thousands in any currency. If you need to create DVD?Audio discs on a budget, this is the software to do the job. One of the most significant differences is that Steel doesn't support MLP (Meridian Lossless Packaging), which is part of the DVD?Audio specification and enables a larger amount of audio data to be included. Note that this is, as the name suggests, a lossless form of compression, so there is no reduction in the audio quality, unlike MP3, for example. MLP is required for DVD?Audio discs to contain multi?channel audio at higher sampling rates than 48kHz.

Chrome also allows more control over the visual menu system and supports up to nine groups, allowing you to create DVD?Audio discs containing 891 tracks. This is a format required by some duplication houses for the mass production of DVDs, although most mastering houses will now accept the DVD?R discs you can produce in either Steel or Chrome as masters. Pros Affordable in the context of other DVD?Audio authoring software. Easy to use. Cons None at this price. Mastering Essentials - Part 1 3 days 16 hours ago. The A-Z Of Audio Interfaces 4 weeks 1 day ago. M2 NVMe drives vs standard SSDs for heavy Sample Librar. Roland new fantom update Most underrated synths. Peavy XRD 680 SOS Product Reviews Looking for portable amp on tight budget The contents of this article are subject to worldwide copyright protection and reproduction in whole or part, whether mechanical or electronic, is expressly forbidden without the prior written consent of the Publishers. Great care has been taken to ensure accuracy in the preparation of this article but neither Sound On Sound Limited nor the publishers can be held responsible for its contents. The views expressed are those of the contributors and not necessarily those of the publishers. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. It may not display this or other websites correctly. You should upgrade or use an alternative browser. With each title change, the sampling rate jumps back and forth between 192 and 96. Two DVD-Audio players report the same f(s) as DVD-Audio explorer, so I've convinced myself that the disc really is being burned this way. I've tried gapless and non-gapless. I've tried moving the tracks around (a track that was 192 became 96 when moved). I tried with track images and without. Chrome reports that I'm only using 51% of a DVD-5 (4.8GB) disc. So, I'm very confused as to what is going on and how to keep the tracks from being modified.

I wish I had Surcode MLP since I could try that as well, but (unfortunately) I don't have an MLP encoder. Any ideas? Andy At least I know there is a way to make this work. HDtracks has the option for 4 types of formats. Verified disc properties are 2-channel. 6) Loaded the files by dragging the file from the file folder window in Chrome II onto the Group header in the bottom window. Repeated this step another 6 times (7 tracks total). 7) Renamed the tracks. Based on what you wrote, I decided to see if the wave wrapper from HDtracks could somehow be causing this. So, I re-saved the file in a slightly different wave wrapper (sometimes I have to use this version in ProTools for clean-up work). The bottom line was no difference in the outcome. I'm stumped. When you succeeded in doing this, how did you load the files into the disc structure in Chrome II. Did you drag each file individually into the group or use a different method. Thanks again for the help! Andy Will get back to you shortly (I have these files too) What build of Chrome II please? N Will get back to you shortly (I have these files too) What build of Chrome II please? NIt's a dual boot computer with the other partition being a W7-32 bit system. Once I have an activation code for the 32-bit side I'll try out running with the 32-bit system.The same tracks compile true in Sonic, and also true in Chrome if you remove the slides. Workaround: Use the track images as track associated menus instead, and create a custom menu structure rather than the generated one. The same tracks compile true in Sonic, and also true in Chrome if you remove the slides. Workaround: Use the track images as track associated menus instead, and create a custom menu structure rather than the generated one.I tried to reproduce what you did. I disabled all image files associated with each track. I then disabled all menus in album properties.

I also double-checked that everything that should be set to 2-ch (both the tracks and the album) were set to 2-ch mode. Unfortunately, I still get the same file structure. I suppose I could create one long file of the tracks and then split it like is done for MLP input files. Anyway, waiting on a reply from Minnetonka so I can try out the 32-bit OS. Did I miss a step with what you wrote? Luckily this is for myself so I've taken my time to try to solve. I burned a DVD-Audio disc with Wavelab 7 and the burned portion of the disc is larger (longer) than the Chrome build. So, that validates the input files. Still the strange menu structure. I have tried it with no images attached to each track, with no change. I even merged all of the tracks into one long file, loaded that into Chrome and then used trackpoints to divide up the tracks. Really deep bass that way but not a good way to listen to the song. Do I have to create a custom menu for this to work. I've almost given up since I can't seem to find the magic that Neil and LizardKing did.Created a custom menu (by editing the generated one) and compiled and again it was right. I did not try with track associated menus - note menus, not slides (huge difference). The trouble I had with Chrome is that it's abstraction layer gets in the way, and it has some nasty gotchas - one of which is this slideshow issue. I ordered the tracks from HDTracks in wave. That's one difference. But that doesn't explain why the same thing happened with the Hotel California tracks extracted as LizardKing mentioned above. I'm going to use what you wrote as the procedure and see what happens. I appreciate the help! Andy Building is indeed 2.0.30 with code from Minnetonka. Software provided by Minnetonka as an upgrade to the version I purchased. Two quick (hopefully) questions, 1) Are you on a 32-bit or 64-bit system? 2) When you created the custom menu from the generated one, did you change anything? Andy Building is indeed 2.0.

30 with code from Minnetonka. Software provided by Minnetonka as an upgrade to the version I purchased. Two quick (hopefully) questions, 1) Are you on a 32-bit or 64-bit system? 2) When you created the custom menu from the generated one, did you change anything? AndyWhen I created a custom screen from Generated I swapped the default background for a scaled version of the crappy image from HDtrax.It helped change the compatibility. Run the program in compatibility mode for windows xp service pack 3. I am rebuilding the Chrome project right now, and will of course test it beforehand. What a wonderful contribution you have made to open source. I burned my first. DVD-A today, without incident, on the first try. In my retirement, I have been recording classical music concerts for the How reliable are DVD-As in this regard? Although I edit my recordings in ReZound (highly recommended), I divvy them Many thanks for the great work. John OuztsI agree it would be very useful, especially for hi-res or multi-channelSomething else to add to the to-do list. But at the moment, it's still. As far as I know, I don't think there should be any problem using eitherDave.I noticed no problems caused by the 1 sample padding added to a few of theThanks, Dave! GreatRobertStart reading now.I also use dvda-author to burn live music, so I know what the issues are. The padding has to happen when your 24-bit WAV files contain an oddDVD-Audio disc.There are two ways dvda-author could deal with this - padding the streamNote that most programs add silent padding.Obviously, the second solution is better, but that's not implementedBut in any case, it's going to make it difficult to demux the AOB filesOne way to look at this is to think of it in terms of SBEs (sectorBut the problem is not as severe,Regards. Dave.That thought's crossed my mind as well, but I've just not got round toDave.

I'm working on it in parallel with the command-line version, and it's atHowever, it doesn't do anything at the moment apart from let you selectDave.Do You Yahoo. Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around Do You Yahoo. Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around I didn't for an update over the weekend. I'llRobertI had hoped that I had. Start reading now.Are you using the latest alpha (20050402). I had hoped that I hadYou can get it from here:Thanks. Dave.Out of curiosity, I converted the FLAC files toNoise again, in the same tracks. So, I decidedI took the already converted WAV file for one of theNot sure what this signifies, but I thought it was interesting. Maybe itRobertHowever, I own also a Pioneer DVD-575 playerDVD audio player. Also I am waiting anxiously for the GUI interface, and the full multichannelHowever, here are the questions:DAC-16 multichannel DAC through two Adat Lightpipe digital cables)Thanks! Bye!A dual mono situation with the same stream. I think you've misunderstood me. A single mono track is perfectly legalThat is, allDoes anyone know if Wavelab supports it? This seems an important feature for dvda-author to support because ofBut it's not going to be easy without anyRegards. Dave.For example, if. I am surprised that a mono track is illegal according to DVD-A specs. It would seem logical to allow for a situation where a mono track was desired so that narrative tracks could be included. I AM NOT surprised that Discwelder assigned the mono sound file to the center channel. This would seem to be a logical choice for narrative. One would definitely not wish to create a mono track with the soundfile assigned to the LFE channel as there is a large chance that a user may not have LFE channel output capability. (Actually, there is also a large probability that a user wouldn't have center channel output capability either and perhaps this is the reason that a single mono stream is forbidden.

A dual mono situation with the same stream assigned to both Lf and Rf would be a much better situation to author a dialog track.). PowerDVD was unable to playback. I'm a little fuzzy on what I tried. That is, all soundfiles on a single track must have the same bit-depth and sample-rate. I am not readily able to replicate the situation as I don't actually own a copy of Chrome either. I am a poor man with friends who enjoy better financial circumstances than I do and I am not afraid to ask to use their machines and their software for the purposes of evaluation (occasionally). Thos.For example, ifPowerDVD was unable to playback. I'm a little fuzzy on what I tried. I've just tried that in Bronze, and got an error saying that all the wavAre you able to try that again in Chrome? e.g. Set L and R to. For the valid splitting of the channels into the two groups, see theDave.I'm not sure how the interface in Discwelder Bronze is designed, but I believe this is the procedure for the interface with Discwelder Chrome:In Chrome, adding a group also automatically adds a track with the channel format established from the global properties dialog. If your global properties adds a stereo track, right click on the track and change the track to a six channel surround with the track properties dialog. The interface is tricky so if you do not wish to useSee above. Yes. I read something about this and if I remember correctly, I tried it but perhaps I did something wrong. PowerDVD was unable to playback such a stream. I guess this might also indicate a limitation of PDVD rather than an error on my part. I'm a little fuzzy on what I tried. I bypassed my spam filter to retrieve your mesage. I will send you an e-mail message from a different account. Not sure about Mac OS X. If so, I would be interested to see how it. I have not actually used DVDA Author yet and was hoping I could wait for the GUI version. I'm a Windoze user who has conveniently forgotten how to use command line apps.

Maybe it's related to this. Actually, it isn't really crippled when the SPDIF option is chosen. It is more like that when this option is chosen, the stream is passed to the DAC's on my soundcard unadulterated. I'm not quite intelligent enough to understand exactly what IS happening and I do not know how to examine the inner workings. Regards. Thos.I've tried that with my copy of Discwelder Bronze, and it doesn't work.Minnetonka's website, and I can't get it to work in there either.But I would be happy if someone could tell me I'm doing something wrong. Obviously, even if multichannel support is. In that case, would you use 5 20-bit mono WAV files as input?I know of a commercial DVD-A release that is. If you wish details about the. Yes, not all commercial DVD-As are encrypted. I bought one recentlyBut I don't see the problem with mentioning the name of the DVD here. Thanks for that - I'll add the information to the Howto. However atNot sure about Mac OS XDo you have a copy of it. If so, I would be interested to see how itI can't help you specifically, but I do know that the DVD Forum haveMaybe it's related to this. Regards. Dave.I saw your message posted elsewhere in which message topic appeared as above in this subject line. I suspect that your impression about Discwelder being limited to only 2 or 6 channels is incorrect. I think any combination for a number of channels would be possible by using the multichannel template and assigning only the channels that are desired. I'm impatiently awaiting a version of DVDA Author that supports multichannel audio. I have been following your project for slightly more than a week now. I doubt that I can provide much in the way of support other than words of encouragement. I know of a commercial DVD-A release that is not encumbered with CSS or CPPM. If you wish details about the release send me a message with a personal e-mail address that I may reply to.

Does anyone here experience using PowerDVD Deluxe v6 to play DVD-A disks on a PC. Best Regards. Thos.Thanks to the help of Andrew and Scott on this list, I've found andI've also cleaned up the command-line parsing a little and improved theA new alpha is in the usual place.