MP3's to DVD - IT CAN BE DONE!!

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"KD-ADV6160. It has a host of problems”
What kind of problems, Costa?

Very interested in maybe buying... has all the features I want. Why can’t I find one anywhere except places on eBay, or third rate eTailers?
Thanks. reply

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FYI, I have a Mintek 3-disk DVD changer (3610) that reads DVD-R and DVD+R discs full of MP3s. I love it, but it is only an at home solution. Still looking for a portable player for mp3-dvd ... Anyone know if Innovatek DS-701 is a good idea? reply

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well not directly tied to the subject but my computer cant write to dvd-r disk why plese hhelp with solution reply

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Hey!

I came across this software “Acoustica MP3 CD Burner” (It also supports DVD now)

http://www.acoustica.com/mp3-cd-burner/

This software can make MP3 DVD which can be played on DVD players, provided your DVD Player already supports MP3 playback functionality.

Previously I used 'MP3 Disc Burner' http://www.mp32cd.com/, which easily creates MP3 CDs. I tested it on my Standalone Sony DVD Player and it works superbly. Unfortunately, this software dosen’t support DVDs yet.

So Cheerup guys....atleast one company has thought of this problem.

My problem now with Acoustica is that it doesn’t support 'import' playlist functionality and has problem with normalizing the songs....i will try again and let u know if i succeed... reply

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To Omygogyoursothick,
U see they ARE NOT STUPID. All this cd, dvd stuff is so far BELOW their intelligence level they have a hard time with it . Where as u are so PEABRAINED it is easy for u to grasp. reply

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I originally posted this question in Jan/Feb, trying to find out if there might have been someway possible to make a dvd with mp3 on it play in a mp3 capable cd player...I have since gotten the answer....but Ive read the questions,replies and statements posted here over the months and theyve gone so far off the topic....Dosent everyone know mp3 can be burned to dvd? Its the playback thats the concern, as far as I have learned there is no-way to play a mp3 dvd in any cd players...... Maybe in the future.
Or just wait for a larger capacity cd. That was the only reason why I wanted to put MP3 on dvd in the first place. reply

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helo i have a program called mp3 burner number and 3 and this burns mp3 music on dvd and cd it is a good program and i liek mp3 burner because you can fade the songs the only thing i dont like mp3 bunrer is yo cant fade the mp3 reply

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Tiger,
Would u mind giving us a link for this software “mp3 burner number”

I googgled and found none reply

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I have over 500 Audio CDs which I have copied to DVDs using “Audio DVD Creator”. The result is 12 DVDs which hold my whole collection. The DVDs play in any DVD player whether it supports MP3 play or not. Find the download site by entering “Audio DVD Creator” in Google. It’s not free, but not expensive. reply

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Toney:

For the LAST time, you CANNOT play a DVD in a CD player, period. It does not matter if the DVD is MP3, a data DVD or STAR WARS. If you want to play something in your CD player, it HAS to be a CD, NOT a DVD, vinyl record, compactflash or floppy disk. Get it yet? reply

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if of any interest:
i play dvdr discs of mp3 files successfully on an LG player. i’m looking to see if an LG recorder will do similar. reply

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Hello,

Is there a way to burn sum sort of an music player to vcd with my mp3’s.

maybe like a image slideshow vcd..... reply

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I am computer literate. I am an adult and don’t plan on taking anyones inventory. I can read and I understand the question. Which was... MP3’s burned to a CD will play in a DVD Player and even show the file names. Which is cool and I can listen to audio books that way or old time radio. I can even take a 45 min mp3 and using direct mp3 splitter break it up into 9 tracks and burn it to a CD using Nero and right click and fade together the tracks with 0 pause between tracks.. by default the first track will change to 2 seconds before story starts but after that there is no delay from track 1 to 2 or track 3 and so on and its cool to have the tracks instead of just one track. If I stop listening at track 7 I can restart at track 7.
But... I want to put like 4gig of mp3’s on a dvd and do the same thing and I get an error. CD’s Play fine and recognize mp3’s in my dvd player... so why are the mp3’s not recognized in the dvd player when it reads a dvd. Why do Cd’s read in the DVD player and not DVD read the mp3 in the DVD player. Maybe too many files. Maybe somebody knows how to get a DVD to be reconized like my CD is recognized. reply

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I spent $42 at WallGreens for a Digital MP3 Player by audio solutions it holds about 2 hrs
of MP3 and can be used as USB storage as well
64 megs total.... reply

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Perhaps I can attempt to clarify some of these issues here.
First off, not every burner program will output files that ALL standalones can read. Nothin to be done about that.
CD’s and DVD’s are two totally different animals. TheDVD uses smaller pits, or markings (for rewriteables), The Laser on a CD reader cannot focus on the DVD properly.
Some players will play MP3 CD formats, and not DVD. Don’t know why. The manuf. have their own reasons for not properly supporting the Technology.
Another thing to keep in mind is whether the files you produce are actually up to the standard. Some players are more flexible and will play out of standard recordings,others wont. his candepend on both, the Software creating the files, and the particular Codec being used. (There are several MP3 codecs floating around). Check out Rarewares for a good encoder, or even an antique that WILL FOR CERTAIN create clean files. (Really Rarewares)

I have had good luck converting to Wav for cd audio with DMC Audio convertor, and the CD burner Plug in.
By the same token, it can be used to produce mp3 files as well.
I have been using VSO copytoDVD for some time now, and have found it’s burns to be compat. with most players.
Use the DATA type burn to make the mp3 DVD’s.
Alternatively the latest version of Nero seems to produce OK files and burns, but just OK,not 100% compa. unfortunately.
Nero can be used as a one click solution, load your audio tracks into it, and choose the format disk you would like to create. Ie;,MP3, WMA,Nero Digital, etc.

For more in depth editing of the audio you could try out BeSweet with the GUI, With the proper codecs and dll’s this can convert most formats.

To normalize the audio tracks you could use Besweet, or even MP3Gain. Bit hard to find, but if you Google Avi Normalize, you’ll find a package that has a few items in it. It is used to normailze AVI files, but you can use the app to normalize your mp3 files also, after all that’s what it really does, strip the audio from the avi file, converts it to mp3 and normalizes it, then muxes it back with the video stream via nandub, voila! a normalized AVI. (Really it’s a simple batch file, but REALLY handy to have around).

To burn a player in with the audio tracks is a good one... It is possible to do this with video, so I would imagine that it’s apossibility with audio as well. The main issue would be that the audio standard doesn’t really allow forenhanced disks of that type. The video ones are making use of the 'enhanced' DVD, and load a microplayer to play the vid with. I imagine that doing something of the sort with n audio DVD, would be possible, but on a CD, I really doubt it, plus the cd player wouldn’t be able to run the software anyway, the 'enhancements' are meant for PC players that may not have a functional player/decoder present or installed.

Lastly, if you want a commercial product, the Goland Audio DVD creator is a great app. Ther are others with the exact same name, but no where near the quality of this app. These disks will play in just about any hardware player. They are regular video DVD disks, just no video other than a background image. You have full menus and all the goodies that a DVD can handle. Plus, as there is no video, the audio can basically use all the space, that’s quite alot of high quality audio.

Hope this was helpful.

The bickering doesn’t do anyone any good, and for certain,those that are just beginning to learn this stuff wont do it that way.
Keep asking questions, but LISTEN to the answers also, don’t just keep repeating the same thing over and over. The noobs, need to learn, and USE the SEARCH function. The info is there, I swear it! You just need to look, well. Also, phrase your search well, you’ll get more relevant responses.

luck.

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To find an earlier version of...
Audio DVD Creator like version 1.9.0.0

go to filesearching.com

http://www.filesearching.com/cgi-bin/s?q=audio+dvd+creator&t=f&d=&l=en&x=24&y=7


another site for finding software is www.exefind.com ( works off of key words )
and gives reviews and info reply

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Here was a good version of Audio DVD Creator
1.9.0.0

ftp://ftp.luna.net/tucows/windows/files4/AudioDVDCreator19.exe


try allseek.info or your own resource reply

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Thanx for the info ...
With regard to Audio DVD Creator

98 mp3’s on DVD with Audio DVD Creator
I don’t know if thats on the whole dvd
or just in the folder... but I read it in the
help section of Audio DVD Creator...
and got the impression it was the whole DVD
with using that program.

Also only Stero mp3’s are supported not mono
.... You can convert mono mp3’s to stero
using 4U WMA MP3 Converter. That takes time as well... but it would be better to convert them to
.AC3 format... instead reply

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Actually, I have managed to fit over 35 hours of 5.1 AC3 audio on a single DVD with this proggie. I luv it!!
(There is an audio conversion utility built into DVDcreator,this will run standalone,and create the audio files for you, and it’s quick as hell.)

The menu system works wonders. The files are shown in the menu,youjust navigate like any other DVD and click on what you want to 'watch'.
I’m working on a hack to port this over to SVCD’d aswell. The main problem has been themenuing on cd’s. I’ve always found that to be a bit flaky, some players support the pcb others don’t, and then some, but not correctly. I always make my CD’s with no menu.
We’l see what happens.


luck.

topcat139 reply

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http://www.blazevideo.com

MUSIC DVD CREATOR

( AUDIO DVD CREATOR I HAD PROBLEMS WITH )

SO TRY


http://www.blazevideo.com
MUSIC DVD CREATOR reply

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