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    Default How to burn QUAD FLAC

    Hi,
    How one can burn a quad stream music signal on DVD music?
    is there any suggestion on what software to use or how to burn it using Music DVD Creator 2.0 or similar software?
    Also, is there any plan to post the 5.1 version?
    Thanks in advance,
    D. Razi

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    just use NERO Burning Rom and insert the flac into dvd as data file, mi Home Thatre read this file in 5.1

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    Quote Originally Posted by razi0 View Post
    Hi,
    How one can burn a quad stream music signal on DVD music?
    is there any suggestion on what software to use or how to burn it using Music DVD Creator 2.0 or similar software?
    Also, is there any plan to post the 5.1 version?
    Thanks in advance,
    D. Razi
    I use Discwelder Chrome to create DVDA iso images for burning. (eg. The Best of 1977 quad) This is "abandon-ware". Old software that used to be sold but now out of print and shared. I think the only "official" option is the outrageously expensive package from Sonic. Discwelder Chrome will do both 4.0 and 5.1 (and others). It's a good idea to put 4.0 (or anything else not 5.1) into a 5.1 file with the unused channels digital blank. Forces compliance on the odd media player that doesn't support anything besides 5.1.

    If anyone knows of newer and reasonably priced DVDA authoring software I'm listening!

    PS. You'll find that most (all?) of the affordable or free apps like DVD Creator and the like have DVDA features disabled. They want to force you to buy the expensive stuff for this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimfisheye View Post
    I use Discwelder Chrome to create DVDA iso images for burning. (eg. The Best of 1977 quad) This is "abandon-ware". Old software that used to be sold but now out of print and shared. I think the only "official" option is the outrageously expensive package from Sonic. Discwelder Chrome will do both 4.0 and 5.1 (and others). It's a good idea to put 4.0 (or anything else not 5.1) into a 5.1 file with the unused channels digital blank. Forces compliance on the odd media player that doesn't support anything besides 5.1.

    Where did you find Discwelder Chrome?? I've been having real problems actually getting a download.

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    I use Audiomuxer to create the DVD / Blu-Ray file structure (or ISO) from the audio files, then burn w/ImgBurn.

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    thank you very much

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supper View Post
    I use Audiomuxer to create the DVD / Blu-Ray file structure (or ISO) from the audio files, then burn w/ImgBurn.
    This worked quite well. Thank you!

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