I know this is a dead thread, but I'm wondering if 5 years later the same numbers apply since technology has improved so much. I need to know if it's still in the range of 30-40 unaltered blu-ray movies with the HD audio tracks (including Atmos and DTS:X) per 1TB? Without the Extras of course. Those will be fine on the disk BUT what is an average size for extras? Also, what is the size of a 3D rip of the same quality? I have quite an extensive collection (almost 700 standard and 3D blus) and am in the process of going digital with a NAS server and need to get the right TBs of storage. I want the movies, standard and 3D, to look and sound as if the disk is in the drive so quality will dictate my storage needs. Get me as close to realistic as possible.
Thanks in advance.
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