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Home Brew Blu-Ray Burner


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RKinner

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I've been watching the stand alone blu-ray burners but the cost isn't dropping so have been thinking about making my own since the internal burners are very reasonable. I have found a card that will take HDMI input
http://www.amazon.co...p/dp/B007U5MGBE
tho the caveat is it needs at least a quad core CPU to run at 1080.

This would sit on the floor below the TV and do nothing but play burner. (There is room for a tower if that's what it takes but smaller is better.) Shouldn't be too loud. Trying to keep the cost down. I have a spare copy of Windows 7 64 bit O.S. available, a 1 TB drive and 4 GB of RAM.

Anybody built something similar? Recommendations for other video capture cards?

Ron
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