Folks, Bluray is the future! Bluray is getting cheaper & cheaper & will replace
DVD in the coming days. Because, everyone’s gonna buy HDTV sets!
480i is DVD quality but bluray is 1080p quality, the’re so real there is no comparison.
If you have a Bluray Burner then, you can backup your bluray movies!
You can use a BD-R (25 GB) or BD-R DL(50 GB)
You will need AnyDVD HD software You must pay the FULL HD ripping option.
To rip HD movies.
Summary for drive E: (AnyDVD 220.127.116.11)
I-O Data BRD-UM2 2007/08/27 10:52
Drive (Hardware) Region: 1
Media is a Blu-Ray disc.
Total size: 24438784 sectors (47732 MBytes)
Video Blu-ray label: DEJA_VU_HD
This version of AnyDVD does not work with Blu-ray discs!
Please upgrade your keycode to AnyDVD HD!
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If you get this message you must upgrade to HD ripping.
Just rip the bluray Disc to your HDD then, use imgburn (freeware) and,
Open ImgBurn, click on the Mode drop down menu and select Build mode. On the Device tab, you can see useful Disc Information such as: Disc ID: VERBAT-IMO-000, which means that the disc we are using is manufactured by Verbatim. Disc Type: BD-RE, which means the disc is a Blu-ray Disc Rewritable. Size: 24,220,008,448 bytes or about 25GB.
From Windows Explorer, you can drag and drop the BDMV folder of the movie you want to burn into ImgBurn. The latest ImgBurn will automatically create a CERTIFICATE folder so that you will only need to add a BDMV folder to the burning project. As our screenshot shows, our movie will fit a 25GB BD-RE with 86,310,912 bytes of remaining free space on the disc.
IMGBurn will display a burning progress window as the burn process progresses. In our example shown below, we are burning the blu-ray movie files on to a Verbatim BD-RE disc at 2x. The total writing time was approximately 45 minutes. And, now, have fun! If the disc is higher then
25 GB you will need a 50 GB dual layer to burn on.