In WaveLab Pro, you can author a DVD-Audio from a collection of audio montages and write it to DVD-Audio.

You can add your audio montages to the DVD-Audio window, check the DVD-Audio layout for conformity, and write a DVD-Audio disk.

Compared to a Basic Audio CD, the DVD-Audio has the following advantages:

  • More disk space

  • Higher audio quality with up to 192 kHz and 24 bit

  • Surround support

  • Picture slide show support

The contents of a DVD-Audio project are saved in a folder named AUDIO_TS (Audio Title Set), which includes all audio, still picture, text, and visual menu data.

The AUDIO_TS contents are created when you render a DVD-Audio project. These data files are readable by the DVD-Audio player, but cannot be opened or edited in WaveLab Pro.

You can use DVD+R, DVD-R, DVD+RW, DVD-RW, DVD-RAM for writing DVD-Audio compatible discs.


Throughout WaveLab Pro, where CD is mentioned (for example, in messages or marker names), this usually also applies for DVD-Audio.