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Can you burn Blu-Ray with DVD drive?

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Can you copy/burn Blu-Ray with DVD drive?

I'm completely new to Blu-Ray, but I'm getting a new Sony Vaio laptop for Christmas and it comes with Blu-Ray disc support and does the whole DVD/CD player/burner as well. Will the laptop be able to copy Blu-Ray discs and/or burn Blu-Ray files onto a blank Blu-Ray (or DVD-R)? Also, if my laptop can only play Blu-Ray and not burn or copy then where can I find a nice external Blu-Ray burner?

Here's my laptop —> http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Sony+-+VAIO+Laptop+with+Intel%26%23174%3B+Core%26%23153%3B2+Duo+Processor+-+Silver/9556241.p?id=1218124208177&skuId=9556241&st=Sony%20Vaio&cp=1&lp=1

6 Comments »

  • admin (author) said:
    i think you need a blu ray driver to burn bluray discs. same as if you only have a CD drive, you could only write cds only, not DVDs.
  • admin (author) said:
    Nope, you can’t burn Blu-ray disks. You can burn normal DVD’s and CD’s however. I would recommend a Toshiba laptop though and not Sony…
  • admin (author) said:
    ThIS Blu-ray Backup Software is a software to create a clone of your existing CD and DVD!
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  • admin (author) said:
    Blu-ray burners can only read BDs and read/write DVDs and CDs (BD stands for Bluray disc). If you want to burn BDs, then just buy any external Blu-ray burner (make sure that if it's firewire, check if your laptop has it as well).

    Since you're new to blu-ray, I'll briefly explain what blu-ray is.

    Blu-ray is a new type of optical media that uses a laser of a different wavelength. If you can still remember your high school science stuff, then you will know that blue has a shorter wavelength than red, the standard DVD laser. Since blue light waves are shorter, then data can be densely stored onto a disc.

  • admin (author) said:
    I recommend you a free software which can help you convert Copy DVD to your local hard drive

    It is "Next Video Converter". It is easy to use, you only need one click to copy whole DVD to hard drive.

    Beside backup DVD, Next Video Converter can also help you Convert Video, Rip DVD and Donwload YouTube Video to most popular video formats including DVIX, Xv iD, MOVE, RM, RM VB, MPEG, VB, DVD, MV, and AVI to MPEG-4 movie format for iPod, PSP, PS3, iPhone, XBox360, Zune, Apple TV, Archos, iRiver PMP, Epson Player, Creative Zen, Rubi Blue, Sony Walkman, Commodore PMX, Palm TX, Game Boy, SmartDisk, Windows Mobile Smart phone, Nokia, BlackBerry, Ketti, LG, Sony-Ericssonon, Samsung mobile phone, etc.

    Next Video Converter is aslo a free DVD ripper and video converter with easy-to-use graphical interface, fast converting speed, and excellent video quality etc.

  • admin (author) said:
    Download or purchase a Blu-Ray decrypter. You can download DVDfab, which is a free Blu-Ray decrypter, at islnet.com.

    Insert the Blu-Ray disc into the computer's drive and rip the movie into a video file. To do this, open the decrypter software you purchased or downloaded in Step 1, make sure the "Source" location is set to your computer's "D-Drive," and press "Start".

    Purchase or download a video file converter program to convert the Blu-Ray file into the DVD format. DVD files are formated with a .VOB extention and Blu-Ray files will be an AACS file, so it is necessary to convert it into a proper format. A free video file converter program can be downloaded at dvdvideosoft.com. Convert the Blu-Ray file into a DVD file. To do this, open the video converter program you purchased or downloaded in Step 3. From there, select "browse" and open the Blu-Ray file, then set the file format you wish to convert it into to .VOB, and press "Convert."

    Insert the blank DVD into the DVD-rom drive of the computer. Open your computer's DVD burning program, select the newly converted .VOB file

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