Originally Posted by Lugoves
Noob here, Played the NIN on PS3 on MP3 and it sounds awesome, wanna see if I can even tell the difference with the Hi-res 24/96 I also downloaded. I have a dvd burner on my pc, I can find the free trial DVD burner ... but here is where the various posts are leading to confusion. I should first find and use a program to convert to flac(Audacity?), and then use the free 5 DVD trial(DVD-Audiofile?) to burn the DVD(s) in "A" vs "V" format? Then I can put that DVD in my PS3 and play the Hi-res 24/96 just fine? Or do I have to connect the Onkyo DVD? I have an 1.3 HDMI connection to Onkyo TX-SR605 with my PS3 with the 2.30 system update. Anyone that can clarify this for me is awesome. Sorry , I'm barely keeping up :-)
Just do this :
Use Audio DVD Creator to make an audio DVD with the WAV files and you will be able to play it in 24/96 on ur regular DVD player and PS3.http://www.audio-dvd-creator.com/index.htm
* Put several (about 5-6) Audio CDs on one DVD with perfect audio quality.
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* Create DVD menu automatically.
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* Create the Audio DVD to hard disk files.
* Output format is DVD-Video compliant, so that it can be played by any DVD player.
* Rip Audio CD to WAV files, and import them to Audio DVD directly.* Import 96kHz/24bits WAV files, and keep the superb quality.
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* Preview shows an overview of your Audio DVD.
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* Blazing fast speed, only need about 30 minutes to create a PCM format Audio DVD. For AC3 format, it may need several hours.
* Easy to use: the wizard will guide you step by step - very suitable for beginners!
* Create Audio CD.
* Import AC3 5.1ch or AC3 2ch files, and export them to Audio DVD without quality loss.
* Use Matrix Mixer to convert 2ch audio input to AC3 5.1ch output.