Blu-Ray DVD Burner requirements

INTEL/PENTIUM 4
December 5, 2006 at 05:59:41
Specs: win xp, 2.4Ghz/512MB DDR

Can anybody tell me What is the BD-ROM Burner system reqiurements?

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#1
December 5, 2006 at 16:08:11

i wouldnt get blue ray that fast. wait for a bit. i know blue ray disk is= 4 times the amount of normal DVD. but it takes damn long time to burn.

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#2
December 5, 2006 at 19:33:27

Q. "What is the BD-ROM Burner system reqiurements?"

A1. A lot of money...
A2. I also think more processor, memory and video card than either us of have in order to play back DV with the necessary CODEC's would be a good move.

I'm gonna stick with my DL DVD burner for a couple years.

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#3
December 5, 2006 at 21:12:48

To burn a disk, probably the same requirements that a DVD burner asks for.

To play a movie: 1GB of RAM, either an HDCP compliant video card or plain old VGA (non-HDCP DVI will not work), and a very fast processor, especially if the video card doesn't have hardware assist. Something like a Pentium D 950 or Athlon X2 4200. It's gotta be a dual core, I know that much for sure.

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Pentium III-S 1.4GHz @ 1.5GHz, 512K L2
X800XT All-in-wonder, overclocked to 580/600.
250GB HD
2 gigs of PC2100 RAM
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