Hi, Steve --
> 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?
> >Steve Smolian
And Richard Hess replied:
> 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.
I'm with Richard on this. Have we missed something?
Even if we have, why not download the likely suspect from their product
line and give it a try. You can evaluate it for 30 days and then buy or
Sonicraft Inc. - Analog and Digital Audio Services
> >----- 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.
> >>Any suggestions?
> >>Steve Smolian
> >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.
> >-- Steve
> >Steve Puntolillo
> >Sonicraft Inc. - Analog and Digital Audio Services
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