As I understand it, AnyDVD HD can be used to copy the contents of a Blu-Ray title to the hdd. Then DVDit Pro HD can be used to write the files to a bd-r for playback on a stand-alone (non PC) player. This is fine and dandy for single layer titles. But what about the dual layer titles that are close to 50gb; Casino Royal for instance at 44gb. How can 44gb be compressed to 25 gb to fit on a standard bd-r? I love the ease of use of Clone DVD and how it works to compress a DVD to fit on a DVD-R. We need a tool to compress dual layer discs to fit on a single layer bd-r. Until of course writers and media come down in price to do a 1x1 copy. If the backed up data was a Quicktime movie for instance, we could use a h.264 codec to compress enough to make the 44gb fit on a 25gb disc. But anyone who has looked at the file structure of a bluray disc can see there are dozens of files, with strange extensions. So, my question is this. How do you copy Casino Royal Blu-Ray dual layer disc to a single layer bd-r? Or any dual layer title for that matter? How noticeable would 45% compression be? The h264 codec is amazing, so not too bad?