Reviews of Blu-ray copy

What is the difference between DVD and Blu-ray? DVD, also known as "Digital Versatile Disc" or "Digital Video Disc", is an optical disc storage media format. Blu-ray Disc (also known as Blu-ray or BD) is an optical disc storage medium designed to go beyond the standard DVD format. HD DVD is a discontinued digital optical media format which is being developed as one standard for high-definition DVD. Blu-ray can be literally understood to use the blue laser technology while DVD uses red laser technology. DVD discs can be played on Blu-ray drives but Blu-ray discs are not compatible with DVD drives.

What are their sizes? Normally BD-R/RE Single layer disc takes 25GB, while BD-R/RE Dual layer disc takes about 50GB. DVD-R/RW single-sided, single-layer disc takes about 4.7GB, while DVD-R/RW single-sided, double-layer disc takes about 8.5GB. What's more, DVD-R/RW double-sided, single-layer and the rare double-sided, double-layer disc takes about 9.4GB. HD DVD-R/RW Single layer disc takes about 15GB, while HD DVD-R/RW Dual layer disc takes about 30GB. HD DVD-RAM disc takes about 20GB.

Most of Blu-ray copy software can copy Blu-ray discs or HD DVDs to your hard drives and remove encryptions, protections and region codes. It has all the features of DVD video and more and has incomparable flexibility and features due to the Java-based environment. At the same time, it is compatible with extensively interactive applications, and is accessible to Internet connectivity. Here we make a comparison about Blu-ray copy software.

There are three Blu-ray applications: Blue-Cloner, iToolSoft Blu-ray DVD Copy and Blindwrite. Blue-Cloner has highest overall rating. Blue-Cloner and Blindwrite can decrypt Blu-ray discs and restore defective or scratched DVDs. They all have distinctive features and excellent support service. They can be operated under Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 and 10.