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Minnetonka Audio Software announced the shipment of a new version of their discWelder BRONZE 1000m software product.

The product is certified to run on Windows 7 as well as Mac OS 10.6 “Snow Leopard.”

discWelder BRONZE 1000m is a way to produce simple DVD-Audio, DVD-Video, and Compact Discs from high resolution stereo audio files. It duplicates DVD-Audio content into a disc’s Video Zone, creating “universal” titles that play on any DVD system, not just specialized DVD-A players.

In creating the mirrored video layer, discWelder BRONZE 1000m will preserve the original sample rates of stereo files up to 96 kHz, allowing users to create a universal, DVD-V + DVD-A formatted audio title with 96/24 material that plays on any DVD player worldwide.

192 kHz source files are sample rate converted to 96 kHz, in keeping with the DVD-Video standard.

discWelder BRONZE 1000m also allows users to burn DVD-Audio discs with gapless playback of up to 192 kHz/24 bit stereo mixes. It can also down–sample high resolution files and create Compact Discs within the same authoring project.

discWelder BRONZE 1000m imports Linear PCM files in 16 and 24 bits, at 44.1 to 192 kHz sampling rate. For recording hobbyists, a unique feature of discWelder BRONZE 1000m is its ability to convert from 2.8 MHz DSD or Direct Stream Digital–formatted audio to a 48 or 96k PCM WAV file that can be imported into any DAW software or included on a universal disc.

Pricing & Availability
Version 1.1 of the cross platform DVD authoring package is available exclusively in downloadable form for US$199 from Minnetonka Audio Software.

For in–depth information on the product, visit minnetonkaaudio.com.

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