DVD-Audio Channel Groups and 20 bit resolution

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Hello,

is there anyone who knows about a commercially available DVD-Audio disc
that have the following properties:

1. Different sample rate for different channel groups on the same track
(e.g. 96/48 for channel group 1 and 2)

2. One, or more, tracks with 20 bit-depth?
 
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On 26 Aug 2005 00:57:41 GMT, "Caj Zell" <caj.zell@gmail.com> wrote:

>is there anyone who knows about a commercially available DVD-Audio disc
>that have the following properties:
>
>1. Different sample rate for different channel groups on the same track
>(e.g. 96/48 for channel group 1 and 2)
>
>2. One, or more, tracks with 20 bit-depth?

Check out discWelder
http://www.discwelder.com/

Urban
 
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Thanks Urban,

but I know that Disc-Welder does not do item 1 above in neither of
their releases.

As for item 2, I wondered if there are any commercially available
releases that utilize 20-bit resolution? Maybe there's even a site that
states these kind of technical details for available DVD-Audio
releases?

But, while we're on the subject, is there any comparable products to
DiscWelder out there? Is there more capable programs?
 
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"Caj Zell" <caj.zell@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> Thanks Urban,
>
> but I know that Disc-Welder does not do item 1 above in neither of
> their releases.
>
> As for item 2, I wondered if there are any commercially available
> releases that utilize 20-bit resolution? Maybe there's even a site that
> states these kind of technical details for available DVD-Audio
> releases?
>
> But, while we're on the subject, is there any comparable products to
> DiscWelder out there? Is there more capable programs?

Steinberg's WaveLab is a complete, professional mastering package that will
master DVD-Audio's. Check it out.

As to tech databases for DVD-A...there is none to the best of my knowledge.
In general, many DVD-A's don't even deliver what is printed on the
package...it is a bit of a scandal, actually. However, the folks who know
the most about what disks really contain are the folks who hang out on Audio
Asylum in the DVD-Autobahn section, devoted to discussion of all things
DVD-Audio. They most likely can and will be willing to help...if a 20 bit
recording exists, they are likely to know about it.
 
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Thanks a lot, Harry, I've posted my questions on Audio Asylum now.
 
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On 31 Aug 2005 00:07:44 GMT, "Caj Zell" <caj.zell@gmail.com> wrote:

>Thanks a lot, Harry, I've posted my questions on Audio Asylum now.

And you will shortly discover why it has that name! :)

--

Stewart Pinkerton | Music is Art - Audio is Engineering
 
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"Stewart Pinkerton" <patent3@dircon.co.uk> wrote in message
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> On 31 Aug 2005 00:07:44 GMT, "Caj Zell" <caj.zell@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>>Thanks a lot, Harry, I've posted my questions on Audio Asylum now.
>
> And you will shortly discover why it has that name! :)
>

He has already received exactly the info he was seeking, I believe. Or at
least a start on it.
 
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