Have anyone tried to burn Blue - Ray Disc yet?
June 12, 2010 3:01pm CST
From electronic ads, I saw Blue - Ray blank disc is available for sale right now, and I really surprised how we gonna transitioned from DVD to Blue - Ray Video sooner or later. The price for is about $25 for 20 disc, quite expensive for the beginning. I checked online about a Blue - Ray writer cost around $175 to $200 or more in a 10X speed. I just curious about have anyone tried to burn a Blue - Ray Disc before for viewing? What software do you need to make it work?
13 Jun 10
I havn't tried yet. But I think maybe we don't need a special software. The principle of Blue-ray is using blue light instead the normal infrared light to burn the disc. Because the wavelength of blue light is shorter, the diffraction limit is smaller and the resolution factor is higher. So we can store more data in a same size area. No data structure is changed, so I think we don't need a new software.