An SACD file is a "Super Audio Compact Disc" file. It contains a single track like a regular audio CD file, but it is encoded at a much higher bit-rate and sounds much better than its standard counterpart. If you want to burn an SACD file onto a DVD-R in the Windows operating system you can do so, but note that this will be only for archival purposes. Your SACD-filled DVD-R disc won't play in a regular SACD player anymore.
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Put your DVD-R into your DVD burner.
Double-click on your DVD burner icon.
Drag your SACD file into this window on-screen. Click "Burn to Disc." Type a name for your DVD-R and click "OK." The Windows operating system will now burn your SACD file to the DVD-R.
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