I was considering using Blu-Ray discs as a possible distribution medium to replace DVDs in some instances (where multiple DVDs would be required, just use a Blu-Ray instead, for ease of use and burning). In some cases, there may be many files on it (well over 100,000).
I have a feeling that there may possibly be a limitation on the amount of files you can burn on a Blu Ray, separate from the space taken up (which I gather is somewhere around 23.3 GB).
We had some problems burning some discs where there was around half a million files on a single disc. We ended up just ZIPing the files, and that succeeded, but I was curious if anyone knew of a concrete limitation, or if it is possibly a limitation on the computer's fault.
I hope I'm making sense, please let me know if I am not!