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Old 01-28-2021, 10:04 AM   #1
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Default Wildlife-Recordings on Blu-Ray

Hello everyone!

I hope I am at the right forum for my question.

I am interested in the Wildlife in my area and wanted to install some wildlife cameras (no worries, I checked the legal matters) to obtain some recordings of the wildlife. In order to preserve those recordings and also to send them to my relatives, I wanted to burn them on to a Blu-Ray.

Now my question: is it possible to do that? I was thinking about getting the Victure Wildkamera 16 MP which is introduced in the following article: http://www.fotospring.de/wildkamera-test/(I know it's in german, but you could easily use deepl translator to translate the paragraph on the cam).

Thank you in advance!
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I would be easier to just upload the videos to Youtube, mark them as unlisted (for privacy) or public, then send the links to your relatives. If you must have them on discs, then you need a tool to "author" the videos into Blu-ray format. Then you need another tool to burn the Blu-ray data onto Blu-ray discs. Also, make sure all your relatives have Blu-ray players that can play BD-R discs, because some older models don't. As I said, nowadays it's easier to do it with Youtube for everyone involved. You can also share videos on Facebook, Instagram, etc., depending on what platforms are used by your relatives.
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