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I have tried to do this using ImgBurn unsuccessfully
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Posted 02 September 2013 - 11:30 PM
just burn audio cd's with the flac files... 80 mins a disc
Unless the flacs' were created with an analogue recording with hardware that supports 24bit 96khz INPUT (most have output only) it's probably just a cd quality recording anyhow (16bit, 44.1khz), that has been expanded for no logical reason or audio advantage at all. I see this all the time... as a sound engineer it makes me chuckle. It's like taking a 13Mp photo of a 8Mp photo and expecting the image quality to get better.
Edit: Unless you have 5.1 channel flacs to burn DVD audio is pointless also...
Edited by TsVk!, 02 September 2013 - 11:37 PM.
Posted 16 June 2014 - 12:04 PM
Is it possible to burn .flac files to a DVD-R to playback through my Panasonic Blu-Ray player. I could of course play .flac files on my PC but they are usually too large to burn onto a single blank CD so I wondered if it would be possible to burn several .flac format albums onto a DVD-R and play them back in that format?.
It depends on your Blu-Ray Player.
The answer is yes if it does. I have a Samsung and I was able to Burn FLAC with Power ISo and it works. Nero Roxio and all burning software does not suppor FLAC You can Burn as a Data File but I had no luck with my Blu Ray Players to play.
I tried with Dark Side Of The Moon and it went from 3.5 GB to 4.5 GB with wave. As you know a CD will not support 24 bit only 16 bit, plus it can only handle 700 MB as you know.
Also they do have 32 bit 96 Khz.
But I have not found any files with 32 bit. If you look at your sound card to see if it supports 24 bit which is Studio Quality, which it should.SACD
I hope this helps you.
If you do burn with Power Iso and you cannot play it, its because of your Blu Ray Player.
Reason I also have a Sony Blu Ray and it cannot play what my Samsung can.
One other thing I dont think you can fit 2 disc on a DVD because FLAC file are so large but you can fill it to capacity if you want.
Edited by lalmeda, 16 June 2014 - 12:08 PM.
Posted 16 June 2014 - 04:54 PM
All consumer CD recordings are released in 16bit/44.1khz... It doesn't matter what you do to the files they will always be CD quality. You can expand them to any size/disk you want but they will always be the same quality as the original recording or less. CD quality or less. (quality is lost every time the file is compressed, FLAC is a type of compression, like MP3)
The only way to get a higher quality than CD, of commercial recordings, is to record vinyl to WAV.
See my last post also...
Posted 16 June 2014 - 06:09 PM
You are right.
FLAC is compresion just not as much as mP3.
You can buy SACDs online if you want to pay 20 to 30 dollars a disc.
Comparisson of Audio Compression Link
MP3 vs AAC vs FLAC vs CD
HDtracks & Pono vs. CD & MP3 - Is High Definition Music Worth It
Edited by lalmeda, 17 June 2014 - 04:25 PM.
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