I have a Toshiba HD player, I would like to know if someone can tell me what I need to do to copy my HD DVDís to Bluray.
What program to I need?
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if all else fails read the manual
BD-RB by jdobbs. It will automatically re-encode (if needed) to be Blu-ray compliant, since the two standards have different specifications.
But the Toshiba HD DVD player won't be able to play it because it does not support Blu-ray discs. A Blu-ray player would be needed to play the disc.
Last edited by Vidd; 4th Sep 2018 at 16:29.
I've read some posts indicating that HD DVD decryption works using older versions of MakeMKV, but not newer versions. You may need to get help from their forum to find and enable an old version that works. Once the industry switched to Blu-ray for HD video, interest in maintaining HD DVD ripping software died out., it is possible that some discs of your discs won't decrypt.
Once you have a decrypted copy of the video and audio, you'll need to convert to Blu-ray. BD Rebuilder is one program that is able to convert the video and audio to meet the Blu-ray standard.Ignore list: hello_hello, tried, TechLord
I remember the old external XBOX 360 HD DVD drives could be hooked up to PCs via USB. That would be your best bet at finding a HD DVD PC drive. AnyDVD still has the HD DVD ripping function.
Depending on the number of HD DVD movies you have, it may be cheaper and easier to rebuy the movies on Blu-ray. I usually buy used discs on Amazon for a low price. My local library even sells discarded Blu-ray movies for $2 each. You just have to look around to get a good deal.
I am curious, if, say, your player would play both BRD & DVD's, why convert DVD to BRD?
-c-Cranky Old Man