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What is the best software for burning BD? I will mainly be burning copies of MKV files.

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Burning files to a BD or making a BD video compliant disc that will play is a standalone BD player?
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Just burning MKV files to disc for archive purposes. I'm a redundancy freak.

Not planning on using in a standalone BD player.

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You'd be better off saving the mkv files to an external HDD when you compare $ per GB of storage on a BD disc.

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After pricing blank BD media I see your point!!!

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You'd be better off saving the mkv files to an external HDD when you compare $ per GB of storage on a BD disc.
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You can also automate the backup to external HDD which isn't as easy with BD disc burning.

Some would say that the original discs that made the MKV files are the backup, but I assume you never actually bought the original discs.

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Wrong assumption!

I have media stored off site and on site.

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You can also automate the backup to external HDD which isn't as easy with BD disc burning.

Some would say that the original discs that made the MKV files are the backup, but I assume you never actually bought the original discs.
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