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Monday, March 08, 2004
Eximius released new audio format for standalone DVD players


DVD+Audio is a DVD-Video compliant format, enabling normal standalone DVD players to play DVD+Audio discs, with no need to buy expensive new hardware.

With DVD+Audio you can create a disc containing multiple albums, compiled from your own normal CD-Audio disc, but then in either high quality (up to PCM 96kHz/24bits) or high quantity (up to 45 hours MP2 at 192kbps) audio to any DVD player.

The heart of the program consists of two engines:
·Sample rate convertor: 44.1kHz CD-Audio to the 48kHz or 96kHz used on DVD.
·Resolution enhancement: Extends the 16 bit used on CD to the DVD compliant 24 bits.

Supported input formats:
·Wave files 2 channels 44.1kHz 16 bits
Supported output formats:
·PCM 48/96 kHz, 16/20/24 bits
·MP1 48kHz 320/352/384/416/448 kbps
·MP2 48kHz 192/224/256/320/384 kbps

A trial version of the program is available for download at http://www.eximius.nl/dvdaudio.php


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