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Jack_Magix wrote on 1/29/2016, 9:10 AM

You are in need of  Audio & Music Lab 2016 Premium.

kjt239 wrote on 2/4/2016, 6:59 AM

I acquired this and the facility still seems to be missing...!

That is the facility to burn to an audio DVD that plays on a standard DVD player.

At the moment I am exporting as FLAC files (which carry the track names) and loading into Magix Audio Cleaning Lab 2013. This has the facility.

n.b. the VIP files lose some plugins on transfer.

kjt239 wrote on 5/21/2016, 6:36 AM

Already have it. Still doesn't! CD and CD length only.

browj2 wrote on 12/18/2016, 4:56 PM

Hi,

I am curious, why do you want to create what would normally be an audio CD on a DVD? Do normal CD players, like in cars, accept and play DVDs like a CD?

Normally, DVDs are for videos.

I have Audio & Music Lab Premium (AML) and under File, there is a possiblity to Burn data CD/DVD, which opens Speed burnR in which you can create a CD or DVD. Did you try this? I use this to create video DVD's.

Did you try doing everything for a CD but then put a DVD into the burner? It might work; I haven't tried it.

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kjt239 wrote on 12/19/2016, 11:56 AM

The answer to using an Audio DVD instead of a CD is simple - length! (Google) . A CD is about 700 MB or so while an audio DVD is about 8.5 GB! A (a video DVD is about half this and gives you worse quality anyway.) CD is ok for a single album but no good for any kind of archiving, say for a complete performance. (I have a very large collection of shellac 78s from 1908 onwards that I would like to archive). A dedicated Audio DVD player is necessary of course.

The problem is that it does not seem possible to burn longer than CD length on anything! Magix Audio Cleaning Lab 2013 seems to cope OK.