Looking for Blu Ray BDXL Burning Software for W10


  1. Posts : 16
    Windows 10
       #1

    Looking for Blu Ray BDXL Burning Software for W10


    I have almost 1TB of images as a photographer. I do have them on two other drives but would like to have them on optical. Uploading to the web is not an option.

    I am noticing that the software I am seeing only lists Window 8.1 and below. Does anyone know of a program that will allow me to burn Blu Ray under Windows 10? I don't need a player;

    thanks.
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  2. Posts : 2,508
    Win 11 Pro
       #2

    The latest version of Nero BurningROM disc burning program has Blu Ray capability
    Nero 2017 Platinum - Award-winning all-rounder

    Here is the screenshot from mine

    Looking for Blu Ray BDXL Burning Software for W10-capture.jpg
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  3. Posts : 191
    Windows XP, 10; Knoppix [Debian] linux
       #3

    Lautermilch said:
    I have almost 1TB of images as a photographer. I do have them on two other drives but would like to have them on optical. Uploading to the web is not an option.

    I am noticing that the software I am seeing only lists Window 8.1 and below. Does anyone know of a program that will allow me to burn Blu Ray under Windows 10? I don't need a player;

    thanks.
    The compatability issue to be concerned with is not the Windows version, but whether the burning software is aware of optical media having >50 GB capacity. I second the suggestion to use Nero Burning ROM.

    On the freeware side, CDBurnerXP should do, as well as Ashampoo BurningStudio Free (warning: adware).
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  4. Posts : 12,472
    Win10 Version 21H2 Pro and Home, Win11 Pro
       #4

    Lautermilch said:
    I am noticing that the software I am seeing only lists Window 8.1 and below. Does anyone know of a program that will allow me to burn Blu Ray under Windows 10? I don't need a player;

    thanks.
    A note: all burners are players. There were CD burners that included DVD players just as there are some CD/DVD burners that come with only Blu-Ray playing capability. Then there are devices that can play and burn all formats. I've not purchased a DVD burner for archiving yet because the double-capacity 50GB discs are not readily available in my area. As mentioned, a whole lot depends upon what the burning software can do and the drives it can use.
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