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.dtshd files. can i burn to a BD-R?

Discussion in 'High resolution audio' started by jay4, Feb 14, 2012.

  1. jay4

    jay4 Member

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    hi there!
    thanks to Verbal for the tutorial on MultiAVCHD.
    I have a bunch of .dtshd 7.1 surround files.
    what do i need to put these onto a BD-R for audio playback only?
    i did a search, but i got snowballed under with different info.
    regards
    jay4
     
  2. rulisky

    rulisky Regular member

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    I take it that these are more or less like any other file(s) on a computer.

    Are you able to play these files, as they are, on your computer? If so (you have playback software), then you should be able to play them from a disc using the same software.

    ImgBurn will burn files to a BD-R. Try one disc and see what happens. Should be good. If not, it is only one disc to try.
     
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    hello rulisky!
    thank you for posting.
    the .dtshd files don't play on the computer.
    i tried with AVCHD and ImgBurn, and they actually burnt to a BD-R but as a AVCHD VIDEO and considerably larger than original audio files. the files were about 13gigs altogether and they were encoded to about 27gig. only one track would play, and i had to do a title search to play the next track. these little apps are fantastic!
    i'll give the audio disc a miss for the moment, and keep doing the video's-i'll revisit this one some other time.
    you might be able to help with AVCHD question. the video's burnt to BD-R play nicely, but i can't press backward button to play a previous track. an example, say if i'm playing track 20, and i would like to play track 12 again, it only goes back to start of track 20. is there something i'm not doing in the settings/author/menu?
    regards
    jay4
     
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    rulisky Regular member

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    Glad you had some success. Sorry that I can not help further, was hoping that simply burning them to a BD-R would be the answer.
     

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