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And note that Creator 2011 Pro has the BD Authoring included, however still requires the BD Playback plug-in for CinePlayer to view BD's...

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And note that Creator 2011 Pro has the BD Authoring included, however still requires the BD Playback plug-in for CinePlayer to view BD's...

 

Thanks guys. Don't want to play Blu-Ray video, just want to record data onto Blu-Ray blanks for storage. But the 'technical advisors' at Roxio told me I had to buy the plugin.

 

I've tried burning from Creator Pro, but kept getting 'Insert blank disk' warnings when I tried BR blanks. It recognised DVD DL disks fine, though. Trying to work out what's going wrong, and the tech help just keep advising me to do a clean install. After three clean installs, it gets old. Any thoughts out there?

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Thanks guys. Don't want to play Blu-Ray video, just want to record data onto Blu-Ray blanks for storage. But the 'technical advisors' at Roxio told me I had to buy the plugin.

 

I've tried burning from Creator Pro, but kept getting 'Insert blank disk' warnings when I tried BR blanks. It recognised DVD DL disks fine, though. Trying to work out what's going wrong, and the tech help just keep advising me to do a clean install. After three clean installs, it gets old. Any thoughts out there?

 

What blu-ray burner do you have? Are you sure that that is the one selected? Are you using RW discs?

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That is a simple Data Disc project and it should work!

 

BD was first supported for Data in EMC 10 of 2008... But you posted in an area where discussions about Movies take place ;)

 

If you post the Disc Burning and Playback Issues or the General area you will get some help with this!

 

Be sure you include your PC specs, make and model of your Burner and exact version of Roxio you have. Oh, include your disc specs too.

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Thanks again all. I'll try posting in the Disk burning area over the failing to recognise BR blanks, but I bought and downloaded the BR plugin on the tech advisor's say so, and when I try to run it, I get a 'couldn't find program to upgrade' error. I'm running Windows 7 on a new Packard Bell OneTwo. The burner is an LG, and the BR disks are single layer.

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Thanks again all. I'll try posting in the Disk burning area over the failing to recognise BR blanks, but I bought and downloaded the BR plugin on the tech advisor's say so, and when I try to run it, I get a 'couldn't find program to upgrade' error. I'm running Windows 7 on a new Packard Bell OneTwo. The burner is an LG, and the BR disks are single layer.

 

But is the LG burner a BD burner? What is the model number? Just stating it is an LG is not helpful.

 

What about the rest of the information requested in Jim's post?

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Thanks again all. I'll try posting in the Disk burning area over the failing to recognise BR blanks, but I bought and downloaded the BR plugin on the tech advisor's say so, and when I try to run it, I get a 'couldn't find program to upgrade' error. I'm running Windows 7 on a new Packard Bell OneTwo. The burner is an LG, and the BR disks are single layer.

 

 

Do you have a bought retail version of Roxio Creator 2011?

 

Or a free version came with the PC?

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Appreciate all the feedback. Yes, it's a BR burner. Not sure of the model number - I'm not at my desk right now. LG don't make too many, and I bought it within the last year.

I've been using an older version of it to burn BRs on a Mac with Roxio Toast without any trouble for a while, now. Yes, it's a full retail version of Creator 2011 Pro, bought from the Roxio online store. Windows is all up to date, all latest drivers checked and loaded. The burner handles data DVD burning fine. I've tried different brands of blank BR media. Will check to see if it can read a recorded BR disk when I get back to my office.

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D'oh! I'm an idiot. The LG is a CH08LS10, which is a Blu-Ray ROM device and DVD burner. Sorry to have wasted everyone's time, but thanks for the help, anyway.

 

I'm still having problems loading the BR plugin, though. Refuses to recognise Creator.

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You said,

 

Thanks guys. Don't want to play Blu-Ray video, just want to record data onto Blu-Ray blanks for storage. But the 'technical advisors' at Roxio told me I had to buy the plugin.

 

CH08LS10, which is a Blu-Ray ROM device

 

Your link don't work.

 

Roxio has two plugins one to author (burn to a Blu-ray disc) and a playback plugin (to play a Blu-ray disc)

 

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Creator™ 2011 High-Def/Blu-ray Disc Plug-In

* The new, and easy-to-use, High-Def/Blu-ray Disc Plug-in for Creator 2011 gives users the ability to author high-definition video content on to Blu-ray discs!

 

*

Creator™ 2011 Blu-ray Playback Plug-In

* The new plug-in for Roxio Creator 2011 lets you play back Blu-ray discs, including Hollywood movies, on your PC.

 

Your Blu-ray Rom drive won't burn data disc's like you want it's not a burner.

 

It will playback Blu-ray disc's with the playback plugin..

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You said,

 

 

 

 

 

Your link don't work.

 

Roxio has two plugins one to author (burn to a Blu-ray disc) and a playback plugin (to play a Blu-ray disc)

 

*

Creator™ 2011 High-Def/Blu-ray Disc Plug-In

* The new, and easy-to-use, High-Def/Blu-ray Disc Plug-in for Creator 2011 gives users the ability to author high-definition video content on to Blu-ray discs!

 

*

Creator™ 2011 Blu-ray Playback Plug-In

* The new plug-in for Roxio Creator 2011 lets you play back Blu-ray discs, including Hollywood movies, on your PC.

 

Your Blu-ray Rom drive won't burn data disc's like you want it's not a burner.

 

It will playback Blu-ray disc's with the playback plugin..

 

The link works, it's the code snippet that doesn't. Does anyone know why?

I DID only want to burn Data disks, but Roxio Tech told me I needed the Blu-Ray plugin anyway.

I KNOW now the drive is a ROM, and that it won't burn Blu-Ray, as I said in my earlier apologetic post.

And the plugin STILL won't recognise Creator and install.

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The link works, it's the code snippet that doesn't. Does anyone know why?

I DID only want to burn Data disks, but Roxio Tech told me I needed the Blu-Ray plugin anyway.

I KNOW now the drive is a ROM, and that it won't burn Blu-Ray, as I said in my earlier apologetic post.

And the plugin STILL won't recognise Creator and install.

 

Open CinePlayer and post a screenshot of the title (about) page.

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