SonyDennis wrote on 11/5/2002, 4:18 PM
Not really, DVD-Audio supports much richer metadata, much moreso than CD-TEXT. It also supports still images to display during playback, and richer navigation commands. It doesn't make sense to include it in this application, which is very focused on creating CD Audio discs.
Geoff_Wood wrote on 11/6/2002, 12:03 AM
That should be in the upcoming 'DVD Architect'

No, I don't have the slightest idea. Just a guess.....

spydakb wrote on 11/6/2002, 10:56 AM
Then you may want this....

- KB
doctorfish wrote on 11/6/2002, 6:30 PM
Also the 5.1 encoder for Acid will be out soon and that
will be able to burn DVD so perhaps we can assume it's
DVD-A and DVD-V.

spydakb wrote on 11/7/2002, 10:41 AM
Yes...but as SonicDennis said...there is alot more to DVD-A authoring, then just simply burining audio to a disc. People have to remember DVD authoring is not quite the same as CD pre-mastering: differcnt spec., ore layers are involved, etc... DiscWelder is like a poor man's/PC equiv to Sonic Solutions DVD authoring applications. It is specifically intended for authoring DVD-As, not just burning them, ala Nero, Roxio, etc.

If Acid does provide some time of DVD burning capablility...I'm pretty sure most people would be disappointed, because they would be expecting more for something that is somewhat "complex" to create in a loop based sequencer. IMO.

- KB
dcomo wrote on 11/7/2002, 8:55 PM
This brings a good question... Is anyone truly authoring any of these types of DVD's yet besides maybe the major labels?

I probably will not get into authoring DVD-A's for atleast another 6-12 months. At that time, maybe SF will have a solution for it.
SonyDennis wrote on 11/8/2002, 4:58 PM
perhaps we can assume it's DVD-A and DVD-V.

It writes DVD-Video discs that play on everyone's DVD player.