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Burn A Roxio Image To A Blu-ray Disk


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Created a project, saved twice, as a .rcl & as a .cd2 image. Trying to create a Blu-Ray Disc project. I chose BD 25GB, then try to get file. There are no extensions .rcl or cd2 to choose in menu. How can I burn this project to Blu-ray? I have the Blu-ray plug-in installed.

 

 

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I am trying to copy an Image file to a blu-ray disk. The image files are data, Music & Pictures.

Boy that really helped :lol:

 

From the way you are throwing terms around it would appear you are not really familiar with burning.

 

You have a BD burner and blank disc and want to burn files to them.

 

Do you want to place the Image file on the disc? That would give you a disc with one file on it (rcl or cd2) that would be unusable to you until it was burned to another disc properly.

 

Or do you want to put these various files onto a BD disc so that they are usable as individual files?

 

Are you using Creator Classic (Burn Data Disc – Advanced)?

 

Answer these questions and we shoudl be able to help from there.

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I was trying to inform you how I saved the files, sorry I gave yopu file types, and you're correct, I do not have experience burning to Blu-Ray disks, that's why I asked for help, that is what the forum is use in part for, isn't it?

 

I have an image file, mixed media.

I want to put all of the individual files onto a Blu-ray Disk since I need 24GB for the files.

I want to be able view/use as individual files.

Using classic advanced, Burn Data disc-advanced.

Stops at burn setup. Does not show BD present so I get no OK to burn.

I have a BD-R Recordable 25GB in my Blu-ray disk burner.

 

Thank you,

wolfen

 

 

 

Boy that really helped :lol:

 

From the way you are throwing terms around it would appear you are not really familiar with burning.

 

You have a BD burner and blank disc and want to burn files to them.

 

Do you want to place the Image file on the disc? That would give you a disc with one file on it (rcl or cd2) that would be unusable to you until it was burned to another disc properly.

 

Or do you want to put these various files onto a BD disc so that they are usable as individual files?

 

Are you using Creator Classic (Burn Data Disc – Advanced)?

 

Answer these questions and we shoudl be able to help from there.

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I don't have a BD Burner so my personal experience is ZERO! :huh:

 

From what you are saying, it doesn't recognize the Burner and that will put the stops on any burning!

 

In the Home app, what shows up when you click on Tools – Get Disc Information with blank media in the drive? If nothing put a blank DVD in it and see what happens…

 

Have you ever written to this drive on BD media?

 

Do you have any BD RE media to play with?

 

You are running Vista?

 

What is the make/model of the drive?

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Stops at burn setup. Does not show BD present so I get no OK to burn.

I have a BD-R Recordable 25GB in my Blu-ray disk burner.

So your BD burner is not list in this dialog box at all? I'm not talking about it not recognizing the disc. Does the DRIVE show up? If not, open My Computer and does the BD Burner show up there?

 

Now IF the drive is showing in this dialog box, but it does not show a BDE disc is inserted, that sounds more like the drive isn't recognizing the disc.

 

Tell us which senario fits and maybe me can go from there.

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