Elk and Steven2 thank you both for your replies.
I’ve been throwing myself at this every spare moment for the past two days. I’ve got dBpoweramp and like it (the files definitely have to be in a WAV format - I found that out since, in my excitement at the new info, I burned a disk with UDF 1.02, but used FLAC).
AShampoo works if it is set to UDF 1.02, but that’s not what the instructions say on this site.
Check it out (it says UDF 1.5):
7. Burn the WAV files to DVD
Open Ashampoo Burning Studio 10
Select â€œExpert Functionsâ€ from the left side menu
Select â€œCreate a Data CD/DVD/Blu-ray Disc using advanced settingsâ€
A new window opens: choose No ISO (disabled), No Joliet (disabled), UDF 1.5
Leave all other settings at default and boxes unchecked, click NEXT
A new window opens, click ADD
An â€œAdd files and Foldersâ€ window appears
At â€œLook in:â€ find your WAVfolder, click on that WAV folder
Notice your songs appear in the box, select them all and click â€œaddâ€ then â€œFinishâ€ at bottom of screen
Notice a new window appears ready to burn the DVD
Window appears prompting you to insert a DVD
Click â€œWriteâ€, the DVD will start burning and notify you once complete.
site ref - http://www.psaudio.com/ps_how/how-to-burn-high-resolution-files-to-dvd-using-ashampoo/
Someone at PS Audio might want to update/fix this information - it’s caused me a great deal of wasted time!
On the whole and thanks to you I can say as my Dad used to say, “We’re in business.”
Thanks again guys!