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December 10, 2004
Minnetonka Audio Software has announced shipment of its first DVD-Audio authoring tool for the Macintosh OS X platform: discWelder BRONZE.
Like the PC version, discWelder BRONZE for the Mac allows users of OS X 10.3 or higher to easily write their own high-resolution DVD-As. BRONZE can import all Linear PCM formats supported in the DVD-Audio specification, including surround (up to 6 channels of 24 bit 48kHz audio) and high resolutions stereo (two channels of 24 bit 192 kHz audio).
Surround and stereo may be used on the same disc in WAV or AIFF file format and the discWelder BRONZE burned DVD-Audio discs will play on any DVD-Audio player that supports DVD R/W.
discWelder BRONZE for the Mac is now available from authorized discWelderdealers worldwide or directly from Minnetonka Audio at www.discwelder.com.
Both the Mac and PC version are priced at $99 USD.
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