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How about burning Blueray 128 GB video? many program did no support that?



Only compliant AVCHD files
can be added to the AVCHD folders. Please add files from a completed AVCHD title or use an authoring software like Nero Video to create AVCHD files from standard video files such as *.avi and *.mpg.

If you don't have the AVCHD  folder structure, but only have photos or videos in other formats, e.g. .MP4, .AVI,.m2ts, etc, you need to burn with Nero Video or Nero MediaHome. 



i have waste my money on nero 2020 because i did not find a program that its possible to upscale DVD\VHS to blueray 4k and burn disk to blueray so its support it.

I have tested 50 GB disk (Debian blueray debian-10.3.0-amd64-DLBD-1.jigdo)

I can confirm that iso file give correct 512 sum and its install nice with vmware player 15.5.2

I did not get any burning issue with cdburner XP its can be dust or some like it, but i did not know why you did not have tool to check CD for failed burning?

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Its look like nero 2020 platium  (nero express) works better and faster so its must be issue with cdburner XP.

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