Burning Blu-ray Disc photo slideshow with Photo DVD Maker

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Burning Blu-ray Disc photo slideshow with Photo DVD Maker

Burn photo slideshows to Blu-ray disc

Blu-ray Disc (BD) is the next-generation optical disc format. Blu-ray was developed to enable recording, rewriting and playback of high-definition video (HD). The format offers more than five times the storage capacity of traditional DVDs and can hold up to 25GB on a single-layer disc and 50GB on a dual-layer disc.

Now you can make Blu-ray photo slideshows with Photo DVD Maker.

Note: For the time being, Photo DVD Maker can only export HD videos in Blu-ray Disc folder. You may need third-party burning program with Blu-ray support to burn the output folder to Blu-ray Disc.

We are working on the Blu-ray burning feature now. You will be able to burn your photo slideshows to Blu-ray Disc directly from Photo DVD Maker.

Why do you need to create Blu-ray Disc with ImgBurn?

Blu-ray is the new format of video media. It provides a crystal clear picture and audio that was not available on the basic DVD format.

We have added Blu-ray support to Photo DVD Maker since version 8.04. Now you can make Blu-ray photo slideshows with Photo DVD Maker. For the time being, Photo DVD Maker can only export HD videos in Blu-ray Disc folder. You may need third-party burning program——ImgBurn with Blu-ray support to burn the output folder to Blu-ray Disc.

How to create Blu-ray Disc with ImgBurn?

Please follow the steps below to burn the output folder to a Blu-ray disc by ImgBurn.

1. Official download and installation.

We have added Blu-ray support to Photo DVD Maker since version 8.04. After the output folder of Blu-ray Disc is completed, you can use IMGBurn to create a Blu-ray Disc for PC and Blu-ray player. IMGBurn is a free program and you can download it from http://www.imgburn.com.

2. Step 1: Launch ImgBurn and click the 'Write files/folders to disc' button.

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You should now see a screen like this:

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Step 2: Click the 'Browse for a source folder...' button and add both "BDMV" folder and "CERTIFICATE" folder.

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When that's done your source box should look something like this...

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3. Click Options tab in the right panel, set "File System" to "UDF" and set "UDF Revision" to "2.5".

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4. Insert a Blu-ray disc and select the burner in Destination list.

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5. When device is ready, click Build button. The program will then burn your files to the disc.

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