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A BD-50 is the popular name for a dual layer Blu-ray disc. It can hold approximately 50GB of data. Generally speaking, due to BD-50's large size, 9 hours of HD video and over 23 hours of SD video can fit on a dual layer BD-50. In comparison, a dual layer DVD can hold up to 8.5GB of data and a dual layer HD DVD can hold up to 30GB of data.
Compare to BD-50, BD-25 is a single layer Blu-Ray disc, which can only hold 25 GB of data. And 4.5 hours of HD video and over 12 hours of SD video can fit on a single layer BD-25. The single layer of a common dvd only hold 4.5 GB of data in total.
Any Blu-ray Shrink is a professional but easy-to-use BD shrink software to help users decrypt and shrink BD-50 directly to BD-25, compress dual layer blu-ray disc to single layer blu-ray disc with lossless quality. What's more, it copy BD movies to Blu-ray folders or ISO image files on your hard drive, and without any quality loss. It also enables to burn existing Blu-ray folder or DVD ISO image files to Blu-ray blank disc.
Before shrinking BD-50 to BD-25, you should download Any Blu-Ray shrink software at first:
- Operating System: Microsoft® Windows XP (SP2 or later), Windows Vista, Windows 7
- DirectX Version: 9.0 or above
- Memory: 256 MB at least
- Processor: Intel Celeron, 400MHz or above
- Hard Disc Space: 5GB+ (DVD)/ 25GB+ (Blu-Ray disc)
- Optical Drive: Blu-ray disc burner and media disc