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  1. I have succesfully ripped some .wav files from a DVD-Audio disc. Note that these are not standard CD files - they are higher resolution (24 bit, 48 kHz) and thus I cannot make a normal music CD with them. I'd like to burn them back onto a DVD so that my DVD player in the HT can play them. However, the DVD player will not recognize .wav files on a data disc (it only recognizes .mp3, .wma, and .jpg files on a data disc) so I need to take another route. I assume some kind of an ISO image will work, but so far this has failed also. Is there a particular set of steps I need to follow to make this work? Thanks.
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