Burning a .ISO Image to DVD-Audio

Discussion in 'Digital Audio' started by Echoes1024, Mar 11, 2006.

  1. Echoes1024 macrumors member

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    I have a .ISO image that I downloaded from the internet (legal live bootlegs :p) that has MLP tracks, DTS tracks and Dolby Digital tracks. Essentially a AUDIO_TS folder and a VIDEO_TS folder. How can I burn this disc to a DVD-A so I can listen to the MLP tracks on my DVD-Audio player?

    EDIT: Do I simply burn this as a normal ISO image? The instructions do suggest this, but their for NERO. Can Toast or Disc Blaze burn ISO images?
     
  2. superbovine macrumors 68030

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    Legal - In conformity with or permitted by law.
    Bootleg - To produce, distribute, or sell without permission or illegally
     
  3. Greenjeens macrumors regular

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    I'm pretty clueless to DVD-A audio and may have misunderstood the problem...
    but check out Disc welder bronze. The $3000 Discwelder Chrome does MLP DVD-A.
    I don't know how you get from your file to DVD-A though.

    Toast 7 has an ISO 9660 option under the "data disc" burning format? Not sure what format that is?
    Toast will burn PCM 96khz/24 bit standard music DVD's, but the Toast 7 Manual states that DVD-A requires a special player and to not confuse Music DVD with DVD-Audio.

    This reviewer describes a Mac DVD-A set up using Bronze...

    http://www.proaudioreview.com/december04/Minnetonka.shtml
    "Since Bronze is lean version of DVD-A authoring, all the tracks are automatically placed in a single Group, Group 1. The DVD-A standard allows multiple Group creation.

    Bronze allows burning of up to 24-bit/192 kHz linear PCM stereo files and 24-bit/48 kHz 5.1 channel files. To author 5.1 in high resolution, the Meridian Lossless Packing (MLP) coding scheme is necessary, which Bronze does not support...."

    http://www.minnetonkaaudio.com/news/2004/bronzeOSX.html
     
  4. Nermal Moderator

    Nermal

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    It's evolved into a term simply meaning "recording of a live show". Quite a few artists sell "bootlegs" of their concerts.
     

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