First of all, my apologies if this has been covered somewhere else - this is my first visit. I did try a few searches, but couldn't find anything specific to my question.
I only own a single DVD-Audio disc, although this is more down to my limited / stubborn taste in music. Said DVD-A disc contains both 6ch and 2ch 24/96 versions of the album, which when played back with Creative DVD-Audio Player, can be selected by using the 'Alternative Track' option.
I was wondering if it is possible to author a disc like this myself? I have recently purchased a 24bit FLAC version of Tubular Bells, which I am legally permitted to burn to DVD-Audio. This has both 5.1 and stereo mixes. I am willing to burn seperate DVDs if required, but the total data only amounts to 3.9Gb, so would fit on a single DVD-R. It's simply a matter of convenience, such as when I'm on the move and listen through headphones (my portable DVD player supports full DVD-Audio playback, not just DTS / AC-3 from the DVD-Video specification).
I've been reading numerous recoomendations for DVD-Audio Solo. I would be grateful if someone could tell me if this would be suitable, and if not, reccomend other software.
I know my way around audio formats, so wouldn't need software to transcode for me - it is literally something that will produce a compliant DVD-Audio standard disc.