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Written by samulib   
Thursday, 19 October 2006
Article Index
Audio DVD Creator
STEP 1: Installation
STEP 2: Settings
STEP 3: Authoring
STEP 4: Preview your Audio DVD
STEP 5: Create Audio DVD
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STEP 2: Settings

Okay lets go through the "Settings" page.

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Project Name: Here you can set the project name that will be the default Volume Name of your Audio DVD.

Audio Format: Here you can select the audio encoding format:

  • PCM (48 kHz/16 bit) = High quality, the total playing time is up to 6 hours.
  • PCM (96 kHz/24 bit) = The best quality, total play time is only 2 hours.
  • AC3 2ch (96 - 640 kbps) or AC3 5.1ch (224- 640 kbps)*. Here is some examples:
    • AC3 2ch (192 kbps) = High quantity, the total playing time is up to 45 hours, quality is still good.
    • AC3 2ch (128 kbps) = Even higher quantity, the quality of course is little bit worse. (Note: Please check first if your DVD player supports 128 kbps AC3!). We would not recommend go as low as 64 kbps. But of course it's your own choice.

*There is an option to convert 2ch audio input to AC3 5.1ch output (Audio DVD Creator will use the "Matrix Mixer").

TV Mode: Here you can select the TV format which is compatible with your DVD player. Some players only play NTSC discs, others play PAL and NTSC discs. NTSC is the TV format used for example in Canada, Japan, Mexico, Philippines, Taiwan, United States etc. PAL is the TV format used in most of Europe, most of Africa, China, India, Australia, New Zealand, Israel, North Korea etc. You can check the complete list here.

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Theme: Here you can select the theme of the menu. It consists of a DVD menu and a title background image which will be displayed continuously throughout audio playback. You can click "Customize" to create your own theme if you prefer. You can create a new theme, edit a theme you created before, change the background image of Menu or Title and change the color of text and edge etc. You can also select the "Play music directly instead of showing menu when disc inserted" if you like. I hate menus so I always select it.

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After you're ready with the settings, hit the "Next" button. You can also use the "Back" button if you wan't to change some options later on.

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