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DVD, 'quality' or do you want to burn it to a DVD? do you want the DVD to play in DVD players, or only blueray players, or only on your PC. Because if you want ot make a DVD you need to use MPEG 2 video codec. If you use h.264 you can have the same 'quality' but a much smaller file.
One of the best tools for transcoding is Handbrake, it's easy to use and well supported. You can specify target bit rates and such to do this. HandBrake is a tool for converting video from nearly any format to a selection of modern, widely supported codecs. Reasons you’ll love HandBrake: Convert video from nearly any format Free and Open ...
Yes, the blu-ray iso files can be mounted by blu-ray player software, such as iDeer Blu-ray Player. With this kind of third-party program, you can watch your blu-rays very easily in no quality loss.
Windows 8 and 8.1 no longer have built in support for DVD or BluRay movies. Support requires licensing, and they dropped it to keep costs down. For those who are still partial to DVDs, however, Windows 8 will offer the option to purchase Windows Media Center with DVD playback functionality via an "Add Features to Windows 8" menu.
25 GB divided by 1200 seconds yields 20 MB/s which is about 4x effective speed. So probably Defect Management was enabled when the disc was written, unless your computer was incabable of delivering the data stream at higher speed. Defect Management checkreads the written blocks as long as they are in the drive buffer. In case of poor readability, it ...
There are many things that can affect read/write speed. First you should check that the hard disk is not seriously fragmented. You should also make sure that there is no other program that continuously access the disk, leave almost no bandwidth for the copy to be done quickly
http://www.blu-raydisc.com/en/aboutblu-ray/whatisblu-raydisc/bdkeycharacteristics.aspx Based on official characteristics of BluRay - 10-15 years.
I'd recommend YUMI - Your Universal Multiboot Installer. Granted this is made for a USB drive, but then use the same as above - I can't say for sure it'll work, but I think it will. You will need a USB drive (or blank partition) to install the GRUB files. Works with Windows and a bunch of other Linux installers and live CDs. To create an ISO from a USB ...
The easiest way based on what you already have is likely: Create the USB version Create an ISO from that USB Burn the ISO to the disc That said, if they don't support booting from a USB, I highly doubt they will support booting from a BD.
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