I'd like to make a DVD-A of some hi bit rate (24) .wav files. I have tried to use DVD-Author Gui which fails with a cryptic message that I cannot seem resolve:
"DVD authoring failed" I'm using Win10 and I know this program is pretty old and unsupported.
If someone knows the file structure I need I could attempt to create an ISO and burn it. Or, better still recommend a program that might support DVD-A creation.
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Minnetonka's discWelder family of apps are AFAIK the only good, reliable way to author DVD-Audio discs, other than the $$$ pro Scenarist method using the DVD-Audio upgrade (if either are even available anymore).
<edit> better and easier just to make an audio-centric Bluray, also known as pure-audio bluedisc, IIRC.
<edit2> I forgot about this. Don't know how well it works/compatibility-wise, but this might suit you, since it is open source.
Last edited by Cornucopia; 23rd Apr 2023 at 20:26.
Thanks for your post, Scott! I wasn't aware of Discwelder so I will check it out.
In the meantime, as I do own DVD Architect Pro which allows for PCM at 24 bits/96khz audio, made a simple DVD with only a basic menu and it plays and sounds great in all my DVD players, not just the compliant DVD-A players. Maybe this is all I need to do for my purpose.