I've been poking around and can't seem to find a whole lot of information on whether or not it's in the works?
I've been mixing a TON of records lately where I've done a simultaneous 5.1 and Stereo, just because I really enjoy the surround mixes and for no other reason than to archive them for future bonus-content releases.
At present, the only way I can take mixes out of the building is to SRC to 48kHz, encode into AC3 with 'Compressor' and then burn DVD-V with a black video slug.
I've avoided the MLP/DVD-A thing thus far because all of these titles so far have been released via the standard Audio CD/iTunes distribution routes, and I haven't needed to prepare or author any surround titles thus far, other than music for TV/film (48kHz WAV deliverables).
Blu-Ray burners are now down in the $250CDN range, and blanks are about $10.
Is there any software that will allow me to create a Blu-Ray ref with 24bit-96kHz PCM audio? Can I do this with Final Cut Studio?
Happy surround mixing everyone...