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Flip UltraHD burn to bluray?


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I purchased the Flip ultra HD for my wife for Christmas. I want to burn it to bluray disc to keep the 720p resolution without having to downconvert . I don't own a external bluray burner at this time. Is this possible on my mac? I've read where people have gotten the video into imovie. My question is, what do I need to do to burn the movie to bluray. I have toast titanium software which will burn bluray movies with the add on install. Also, how much storeage space does the raw file take up on the mac. ( I believe I read it will record 2 hours worth of recording)

Anyone done this yet?

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In order to burn a bluray disc you HAVE to have a bluray burner

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But you can burn Blu-Ray content to a DVD, using the Toast extension.

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