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Posted February 04, 2012 - 09:47 PM

Has anyone here ever burned any 1080 or 720p videos from their camcorders or digital cameras onto some kind of disk and then had it playback on a blu-ray player at its original quality? Or if not, know anyone who has?

I really could use some help with this. I have converted some of my home movies/videos so to speak from camcorders/digital cameras to lower quality enough to be written onto a DVD-R, but I WANT to be able to burn the footage in its original quality AT its highest quality like even 1080p onto some kind of disk so I could then play it back on a blu-ray player at its max quality without having to lose quality through conversions.

Would I need some BD-Rs for this? Like this?


Or would BD-REs be better while I'm at it?

& also, would I need a blu-ray disc burner for sure or can a regular DVD/CD optical drive/burner do the trick such as this?


Please help.


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Posted February 04, 2012 - 10:49 PM

U would need both the blank Blu ray discs and the burner.

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Posted February 05, 2012 - 11:13 AM

^ Blu-ray burner you mean? Such as this?


and it claims to do DVD-Rs & CD-Rs as well, is that true? Is that possible? For one to do BD-Rs, DVD-Rs AND CD-Rs?


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