- Oct 31, 2008
- Middle TN
If Blu-Ray or DVDA-V production is what you are after, then you have to speak with Neil Wilkes, who runs Opus Productions in the UK.As to disc formats, because I work in PCM, not DSD, it’s a choice between Blu-Ray and DVD-A. Both can accept DTS-HD Master Audio which is a lossless multichannel codec capable of 24/96 PCM audio. It’s essentially the same as MLP. DTS-HD MA also embeds a lossy lower bitrate codec for back-compatibility with older players, and a fold down for stereo. Blu-Ray as a container has more space for including other stereo and archival mix content, but it has a more expensive production cycle.
Unfortunately, he's no longer actively on this forum (having last been here almost 2 years ago) but I would be more than happy to send you a private message with his email so you can get in contact with him.
His Blu-Ray & DVDA-V authoring work includes releases for King Crimson, The Pineapple Thief, Porcupine Tree, XTC, Yes, and many others!