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Mac And Br Burner

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Anyone have tried to burn a BR disc image with a FREECOM brburner?

 

http://www.freecom.com/ecproduct_detail.asp?ID=4149&CatID=1147576&sCatID=1149732&ssCatID=1149733

 

It says innstalation software is not compatible with OSX only with windows and so on!

It should al be a matter drag and burn right?

I would like to see my "masterpieces" on more than a 30 minute dvd.....

Thank you.

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It says

• Compatible with Windows XP/Vista/7 and Mac OS X (Blu-ray movie playback is not supported on Mac)

 

The PDF repeats this:

Minimum system requirements for drive and complementary software:

 

Mac: Mac G5 or Intel Mac, 256MB RAM, CD-ROM drive, available USB 2.0 or FireWire400 port, Mac OS X v. 10.4 or higher (Combo Pro version only)

Please note: Blu-ray movie playback is not supported on Mac.

 

It actually doesn't mention Mac installation software, other than the Mac should have a CD-ROM drive. And I think you don't need such software, as Toast + HD plugin should be enough. Movie playback will be done on a set top Blu-ray player hooked up to a tv anyway, right?

 

It also says the unit is out of stock...

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It says

• Compatible with Windows XP/Vista/7 and Mac OS X (Blu-ray movie playback is not supported on Mac)

 

The PDF repeats this:

Minimum system requirements for drive and complementary software:

 

Mac: Mac G5 or Intel Mac, 256MB RAM, CD-ROM drive, available USB 2.0 or FireWire400 port, Mac OS X v. 10.4 or higher (Combo Pro version only)

Please note: Blu-ray movie playback is not supported on Mac.

 

It actually doesn't mention Mac installation software, other than the Mac should have a CD-ROM drive. And I think you don't need such software, as Toast + HD plugin should be enough. Movie playback will be done on a set top Blu-ray player hooked up to a tv anyway, right?

 

It also says the unit is out of stock...

 

Thank you!

the br burner i found is a Usb 2.0 version and does not have 4wire!

So Anyone tried one?

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