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- Description du produit: Sony Optiarc BWU-500S
- Couleur: Noir
- Montage: horizontale/verticale
- Interface: SATA
- Lecteur. dimension buffer: 8 Mo
- Diamètre du disque optique: 12 cm
- Vitesse d'écriture des BD-RE: 2x
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SONY NEC OPTIARC OPTIARC BWU-500S - LAUFWERK - BD-RE Poids: 1.01 (kgs)
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week and it came to mail box on January 12,2011. To start off the setup only took me an hour and a half if you
include setting up all of the software. The software that comes with it is okay, so far, I've only tested it out
on one blu ray disc as of this writing. The software that comes with it is Powerdvd Copy and its an okay program. My
only complaint about it is that the volume could be a little bit louder. I have my volume turned up all the way on
both my comp and the program its self. Don't know if I need to do anything in the settings within the program.
So setting up was easy right? It is if you have all of the cables. It says it comes with a sata cable. Yes it does
and you might be able to get away with just one cable, but I originaly had another drive in place which was my HP
dvd drive which was sata and it had two types of cables while this one had one. I used my other cable to hook it
up. In the manual it says you have to purchase a sata cable separately so I'm guessing that with the single cable
it was just ATA? Either way you can still use it even both SATA and ATA.
Next up burning the actual disc. I recommend using DVD Fab to burn the blu ray disc files to your comp. I was able
to burn my DBZ Kai disc this way and it worked for me. Now the files in blu ray are alot different then those of burning
dvd discs. I'm used to using vob files when burning dvds so finding the files at first hand are a little tricky. You'll
look them under a file called streams. To get these files to work in your media player or what ever player you use to
watch videos, I suggest using a software called AVS4U to convert them into whatever file you prefer. Now I was able
to convert the file but I wasn't able to get the audio. I haven't figured that part out yet. I don't know if the audio
is under a different folder or not. The file converted fine and I was able to get my video and if you encode it into
mpeg 2 you'll get really nice quality.
Update as of 1/14/11, another way to burn your discs instead of looking for the mst2 files that are located in the streams
folder, you can also make a direct encode using dvd fab. There's quite a few files to choose from in order to convert what you
want if you need the audio. That's if you use the dvd fab method. I tried using some software and just like my predictions you
can't burn copy writed discs. Use other software that can instead of the one that comes with this. There are plenty of other ones
that can do it you just have to do some research. DVD Fab works perfect for me.
That's the method I did to burn my discs. I haven't really bothered with using the other software that I installed. Don't
know if they'll be able to handle copywrited discs or not. I'll try them sometime and update my review. As of now this player
works fine and don't have any problems at all. I'll test it out over the next week or so. So far Sony has this one in the bag.
It does up to 50 gbs blu ray discs which is what I wanted. Some products on Amazon you kind of have to do some research to make
sure it does exactly what you want.
I'll update this as soon as I get to fiddle around with it more.
The burner shiped right away and arrived in a couple of days. No problems to report.