I have a Sony laptop that has '"click to BD" which can play blurays and record blurays. It came installed on the laptop and has worked flwalessly the few times I have used it.
do you rip your blu rays to your HDDthe_dudeman said:WinDVD 9 Plus Blu-Ray works good on my HTPC.
Not yet, but I plan to. I am going to buy a NAS (network Attached Storage) drive and then start ripping. I'm waiting for prices to drop a little more. I actually plan to rip normal DVDs as well.dave29 said:do you rip your blu rays to your HDD
i cant find a good place online to buy it, just one site and it is sold in euros:lol: i would feel more comfortable with a north american sitebbrookfield said:I recommend ANYDVDHD. You can rip BD to harddisk.
Yes anydvdhd is a good choice and there are others as well, just google it. Yes I have seen the WD, but am looking at a Buffalo unit because its scaleble to several HDDs. Remember, Blu-ray files are huge. So 1TB will fill up quickly, but will hold about 40 movies at 25GB each, if i'm doing my math correctly.dave29 said:does windvd9 support ripping blu rays, or would i need another program. i also am interested in buying a NAS drive. i was looking at a WD mybook world edition. you can get a 1TB drive for under $200