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Old 15 Jul 2006, 10:28 AM   #1
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What's the latest on backing up blu-ray discs? From what I've read, the blu-ray dvd's will play in any dvd player in regular mode. If this is true then any wouldn't a regular dvd drive read the disc? If it can read it, wouldn't it be only an matter of time to crack to code so you can backup your discs in regular resoltions? Please let me know if this isn't the place to ask this.

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Old 15 Jul 2006, 12:07 PM   #2
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From what I've read, the blu-ray dvd's will play in any dvd player in regular mode. If this is true then any wouldn't a regular dvd drive read the disc? If it can read it, wouldn't it be only an matter of time to crack to code so you can backup your discs in regular resoltions? Please let me know if this isn't the place to ask this.
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What's the latest on backing up blu-ray discs? From what I've read, the blu-ray dvd's will play in any dvd player in regular mode. If this is true then any wouldn't a regular dvd drive read the disc? If it can read it, wouldn't it be only an matter of time to crack to code so you can backup your discs in regular resoltions? Please let me know if this isn't the place to ask this.

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Ahh, one bitten by the early bird bug.

Those things have not been out long enough to even attempt a backup much less even finding equipment and technical support to support them this early in the game.

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Old 18 Jul 2006, 07:07 AM   #4
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according to what ive read normal players wont read them but pc drives will also blu ray players wont read current media but rfburns is right its a bit early to worry about it.........
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same here discman...from what i have read you need a blue ray dvd player...
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Old 19 Jul 2006, 08:17 AM   #6
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speaks for its self how new this media is 5 replies including this since the fithteenth
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