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Unread 11-08-2013, 07:40 AMJoined Jun 2005 - away - #1
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I download the 1080p movies, but I was recently considering purchasing a BluRay burner. I always used to burn DVDs, so I understand the process, but I want to make sure it's just as simple and doable with BR.

Would either of these be good?

Amazon.com: DIGISTOR External Blu-ray Burner USB 2.0 with Multimedia & Archive Suites (Tray Load): Computers & Accessories

Amazon.com: Samsung SE-506BB/TSBD 6X USB2.0 External Slim Blu-ray Writer Drive (Black): Computers & Accessories

Also, what kind of programs would I need to burn the .mkv files?

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Unread 11-08-2013, 08:30 AMJoined Feb 2005 - away - #2
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I'd get a Pioneer. I would have suggested a Plextor but their drives are just rebranded Lite-Ons now.
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Why burn its 2013 we off that either rip blurays to a server as a iso or mkv and use xbmc and stream them over a network if u want to know the best way to do this go to tekzilla.com
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Originally Posted by acegutta22
Why burn its 2013 we off that either rip blurays to a server as a iso or mkv and use xbmc and stream them over a network if u want to know the best way to do this go to tekzilla.com
I still buy movies, because I like the physical copy. I am currently streaming with Vuze, but I want a way to have the physical copies without buying tons of sh*t retail.

Props to both of you
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Originally Posted by BoxdenSleuth
I still buy movies, because I like the physical copy. I am currently streaming with Vuze, but I want a way to have the physical copies without buying tons of sh*t retail.

Props to both of you
Why you trying to rip then? Just buy all the physical disk
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Originally Posted by Quddus
Why you trying to rip then? Just buy all the physical disk
I am not looking to rip anything. I download 1080ps that I don't plan to buy, but I would like to burn to have the physical copy. I would still buy sh*t I really like, but just random stuff you like but don't love, I'd take the burn't copy.
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You don't need a BR burner to burn 1080p .mkv movies. You can use a normal DVD player, a.ssuming the file is under 4.7gb which in most cases they are.

Now if you plan on burning movies that are over 4.7gb you still don't need a BR burner, you can use a DVD-R DL, which can hold up to 8.5gb(per side 16gb total). Now a days, most new DVD/BR readers can read these types of disk, so you good.

The only time you would need a BR burner is if you want to make perfect 1:1 copies of a Blu ray movie. Which honestly, with BR discs being as expensive as they are, it ain't really worth it. You can get 1080p perfect blu ray quality with 7-8 gb. You can get GREAT blu ray quality 1080p quality with 3-4gb. And you can get good/acceptable 1080p quality for 1.5gb-2.5gb, only thing that suffers is the audio.

If need more info let me know. For burning to DVD's/DVD DL I use ConvertXtoDVD5, there are many options out there though like IMGburn, Nero, etc.

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