Goland Tech released Audio DVD Creator 1.70, an easy-to-use Windows application that turns your audio CDs and MP3 files into DVDs that you can play on any DVD player. Choosing the high-quality audio PCM format lets you record up to 6 hours of music at 48kHz/16-bits. Choosing the high-quantity audio AC3 format lets you record up to 45 hours of music at 192kbps onto a DVD disc.
Audio DVD Creator's wizard guides you step by step through the recording process. You can rip audio CD to WAV files and import them directly into Audio DVD Creator. It's easy to import 96kHz/24-bit WAV files and keep the superb music quality. You can also import files in Windows Media Format (WMA, WMV, ASF), as well as Real Media (RM), OGG, FLAC, and AC3 formats. You can even import AVI files via DirectShow Filters.
Audio DVD Creator can retrieve CDDB information for audio CD, and ID3Tag for MP3 files, and use this information to create the DVD navigation menu automatically. You can choose a Theme to customize the look and feel of your audio DVD, and you can also customize themes. You can burn the audio DVD to DVD-R/RW and DVD+R/RW directly, or you can write the audio DVD files to your hard disk.
Audio DVD Creator runs under Windows 2003/XP/2000/Me/NT 4.0/9x and requires a DVD-R(W) or DVD+R(W) drive. The software costs $39.95. You can purchase the product at the company's Web site.