Now I'm confused again about your requirement. If you're burning
files onto the DVD, the DVD and the burning software doesn't know or
care if it's 24/96 or 32/192 or 16/44.1 or MPEG2 or JPEG2000. It's a
file. All the burning software does is copy the operating system file
from your hard drive/server to the DVD. It can make
folders/directories, name the DVD Volume, etc., but it doesn't care
what the content of the file is.
NOW, if you're looking to make the DVD play in a media player (other
than a computer reading the content as a file for further
processing), then it may be/is necessary to know if it will handle
the specific file type and how.
At 10:20 PM 7/2/2006, Steve Smolian wrote:
>Howdy, fellow named person.
>This looks like a good, well thought out product. However, its web
>site dosent tell me if it burns 96/24 specifically and its sample
>screen is equally non-informative. I see a general statment that
>implies it MAY do what I need it to do but is too unspecific.
>So..can yours do that?
>----- Original Message ----- From: "Steve Puntolillo" <[log in to unmask]>
>To: <[log in to unmask]>
>Sent: Sunday, July 02, 2006 3:06 PM
>Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Writing 24/96 files to DVD
>Hi Steve --
>Steven Smolian wrote:
>>Sent: June 29, 2006 12:30 PM
>>To: [log in to unmask]
>>Subject: [ARSCLIST] Writing 24/96 files to DVD
>>I'm looking for a program that writes 24/96 files from
>>Soundforge to record them on DVD on a Plextor PX 716-A.
>>This would be its primary function. It's OK if it does other
>>CD and DVD formats efficiently. The rest of the time, I
>>want it to stay out of the way of the rest of my programs.
>Go to this link:
>And click on "compare features".
>Take your pick. They have products that make just about any format
>CD-ROM or DVD-ROM. Full featured 30-day trial usage via download, so how
>can you go wrong?
>I'm using one of their products to simply make ISO9660 DVD-ROM disks for
>delivery of A2D transfers to clients. Just start the program, select the
>files you want and burn your DVD-ROM. Very straightforward. No whacky
>interface like some of the others.
>There were occasional problems opening the resulting DVD-ROMs on Macs.
>System 10 seems to have completely solved this.
>Hope this info helps.
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