Burning Music on DVD instead of CD
How can I write a Music format to a DVD instead of CD .
I have to many Songs to write a CD.
Can K3B or Brasero do the job
As far as I know you cant write a cd audio format file to a DVD. I have seen people do workarounds by creating a DVD slideshow and then adding all of the tracks from a cd one song to each slide. This will still require a device that can read dvd-audio format. You can burn your audio files as .mp3 and create a data disc on your DVD. Almost all cd players can handle .mp3 data cds nowadays.
Authoring DVD-audio, post # 3 here ...
DVD audio equipment .. # 2
Running dvda-author command below I'm getting the error msg below
What am I doing wrong?
dvda-author -o DVD -g *.mp3 -X Jukebox.mp3/
[PAR] Working directory is: Jukebox.mp3/
[PAR] Output directory is: DVD
[ERR] input file Jukebox.mp3/ does not comply with chdir specifications
I have the Jukebox.mp3/ directory in ~/ and the files in directory are mp3 music files
Not quite sure what "does not comply with" means,
but if I remember right, the files better be *.wav.
( It's more than 5 years since I made that "sample DVD".
Suggest : Make a test with a few wav files.
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