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  1. I use anydvd hd to rip my 4k disks to iso, they are rougly 80-90GB in size. My question is how do I burn them to a standard BDXL (100gb) blank and will my 4k player (xbox series x) then play them? the burning software I have is cyberlink power2go which burns blurays and iso files, could I use that?. I am new to burning iso rips. I just want to preserve the original quality and menus that is why I use anydvd hd
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  2. No, there is only 1(!!!) Panasonic player that will play burned BD-XL discs. If you want to keep the original quality you should investigate players like Oppo Clone, Zidoo etc. that can play the ISO file or a folder structure from hard drives.
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  3. Originally Posted by Moody_Blues View Post
    No, there is only 1(!!!) Panasonic player that will play burned BD-XL discs. If you want to keep the original quality you should investigate players like Oppo Clone, Zidoo etc. that can play the ISO file or a folder structure from hard drives.
    I think Vlc & Kodi play iso files and i have a shield tv, so i might try that
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    The Andriod version of Kodi probably works better for playing UHD MKV files than it does for UHD Blu-ray ISO files, especially when streaming from a home network.

    Zidoo and Dune HD Pro 4k/8k and some other similar high-priced media players are supposed to have built-in support for UHD Blu-ray ISO playback.
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    Compatibility of multilayer burnable discs (compared to pressed multilayer discs) drops precipitously over 66GB.


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