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every version of star wars 1977 & SE on one 100gb bluray

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Hello now that work on Project 4k77 is almost done i wanted to make a 100gb bluray with all versions of star wars
including
4k77
1997 SE
2004 SE
2011 SE
depending on the space used by all the movies a 2nd disk can be used
all special features
Empire of Dreams
1977’s The Making of Star Wars
Star Wars Begins: A Filmumentary
add suggestions
help preserve every version of star wars
http://www.thestarwarstrilogy.com/starwars/page/Project-4K77

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TV’s Frink said:

5 blank discs for $90

no thanks

later

500gb for $90 not bad and the tech will get cheaper when movie studio’s start using it for everything

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Can a standard Blu-Ray player even play discs larger than a BD50?

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ChainsawAsh said:

Can a standard Blu-Ray player even play discs larger than a BD50?

It depends on the technology behind the 100GB (triple-layer OR 4-layer aka 3BDXL or 4BDXL, reflecting surface, aso…), and on the player obviously.

From Wikipédia:
In January 2007, Hitachi showcased a 100 GB Blu-ray Disc, consisting of four layers containing 25 GB each.[79] Unlike TDK and Panasonic’s 100 GB discs, they claim this disc is readable on standard Blu-ray Disc drives that are currently in circulation, and it is believed that a firmware update is the only requirement to make it readable to current players and drives.[80] In December 2008, Pioneer Corporation unveiled a 400 GB Blu-ray Disc (containing 16 data layers, 25 GB each) that will be compatible with current players after a firmware update. Its planned launch was in the 2009–10 time frame for ROM and 2010–13 for rewritable discs. Ongoing development was underway to create a 1 TB Blu-ray Disc. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blu-ray)

So I’m not sure that BDXL are readable by all players, and I would avoid those big BR…

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Or maybe a good H265 compression could drastically reduce the needed size.

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Even 4K77 will run out of disc space on a 100 GB disc. It will be much bigger in 4K

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TR2N said:

Even 4K77 will run out of disc space on a 100 GB disc. It will be much bigger in 4K

I’m not too knowledgeable about this, but wouldn’t a 4K movie require UHD format, and thus H265? 4K UHDs are 66 or 100 GB, I think.

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TR2N said:

Even 4K77 will run out of disc space on a 100 GB disc. It will be much bigger in 4K

Most 4k movies are around 50-70gb it might be different for 4k77 but I hope it’s around 50

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RUN_LUKE_RUN said:

TR2N said:

Even 4K77 will run out of disc space on a 100 GB disc. It will be much bigger in 4K

Most 4k movies are around 50-70gb it might be different for 4k77 but I hope it’s around 50

Is burning a ‘homebrew’ 4K BD (h265, I think) something that is possible to do now? Can you make menus? Can you use all blu-ray sizes (25, 50, 100 GB) so long as your video fits?

It’s interesting that the pressed format of 66 GB does not seem to be a size that you can buy in writeable format. What is it, 2 and a half layers…?

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oojason said:

a 128gb USB flash drive may be a simpler, cheaper alternative for some?

A good quality branded one for that size can be found for around £30 / $30

Yes that would be a cheaper alternative but I still like the idea of having it on Blu-ray and I hope we can make a custom Blu-ray set for all on hear who want it

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towne32 said:

RUN_LUKE_RUN said:

TR2N said:

Even 4K77 will run out of disc space on a 100 GB disc. It will be much bigger in 4K

Most 4k movies are around 50-70gb it might be different for 4k77 but I hope it’s around 50

Is burning a ‘homebrew’ 4K BD (h265, I think) something that is possible to do now? Can you make menus? Can you use all blu-ray sizes (25, 50, 100 GB) so long as your video fits?

It’s interesting that the pressed format of 66 GB does not seem to be a size that you can buy in writeable format. What is it, 2 and a half layers…?

I don’t know all about burning large Blu-ray disks I hope smarter people than me can figure it out but I will do what I can for now to help

We ❤️ Star Wars and give it all the moneys. Please don’t sue us.

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