How to create ddp file

What information goes into a DDP file?

The DDP is an exact image of an audio disc, meaning that all the information found on that disc (audio, CD-text, ISRC codes, gap lengths, etc.) will appear in the DDP folder.

What is DDP file?

Disc Description Protocol (DDP) is a format for specifying the content of optical discs, including CDs and DVDs. DDP is commonly used for delivery of disc premasters for duplication. DDP is a proprietary format and is the property of DCA. The file format specification is not freely available.

What does DDP stand for in mastering?

A DDP (digital description protocol) is a format used by most disc replication plants to create copies of an album. The DDP is generally created by the mastering engineer and is the final step in the audio production chain before it’s sent off to be replicated and distributed.

How do you use Sonoris DDP Creator?

How do I create a DDP master?

To get started, drag and drop your final mastered WAV files into DDP Creator. DDP Creator automatically defaults to “Table Locked”, so deselect that, and you’re free to change the song order, add track titles and other CD-Text information, add ISRC codes, and change the duration of time between each track.

How do I create a DDP in Reaper?

  1. Use the attached DDP-rev1. RPP to create your DDP file.
  2. Drag and drop your tracks in, adding markers as you see fit. Use ! to specify INDEX0 positions and # to specify INDEX1 positions.
  3. Triple check all track titles, performer names, ISRC, UPC etc..
  4. Render as type DDP.