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Currently I have an external lacie blu ray burner which I will be selling soon.

I am looking for internal blu ray burner for my mac pro. Any suggestions from link below

Search Results for internal blu ray at MacSales.com

My budget is close to $200 and my mac pro is 8 core 2.4 westemere processor

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As far as I'm aware, there currently is no support for Blue Ray burning built into Mac OS X. And, I don't know if it will be provided in any future update of the operating system. The burners you're looking at from OWC should all work OK as a reader and with third party software for burning.
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I use compressor to export HD footage and then bring it into encore to burn blu ray.

It works beautiful. I just need something internal

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