Burning a CD or DVD

Burning a CD or DVD

Post by md.edward » Thu, 27 Jan 2005 08:03:50


Hello everyone

I have 25 songs or so that I'd like on one CD. Here is my question:

1. Is it possible to lower the file size to actually fit on a CD and
put into audio format?

2. Can I burn onto a DVD like I do onto a CD, so it can just store more
info, or can that not be done using an audio format?

TX
Mike
 
 
 

Burning a CD or DVD

Post by Stratomast » Fri, 28 Jan 2005 05:04:11


The CD standard is 44.1KHz, 16 bit audio. It will not allow for any
deviations.

You basically have two choices:

1) Burn an mp3 data CD and play it on your DVD player. Using the
highest possible bitrate (320Kbps) will give you high quality and
minimal loss.

2) Create a DVD Audio disk. This would be the closest thing to an audio
CD you could create on a DVD. However, it requires special software to
create a DVD-A disk, and will only play on a 2496 DVD player. (Standard
DVD players won't do it).

 
 
 

Burning a CD or DVD

Post by md.edward » Sun, 30 Jan 2005 05:23:19

Thanks!

Mike