How to enable Blu-ray on my OS X Yosemite?


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Earla Fern Profile
Earla Fern answered

The free BD player they link to in that article is fairly crippled when you go the actual web site and look at the features - doesn't even play 1080p video or the "latest Blu-ray movie" whatever that means.

I got what I thought was the most legitimate looking one, MacGo Blu-ray Player for Mac. It's OK at many features. It has a 'trial' version, which has writing in the middle of the screen while you're watching movies. Not all that useful.

tian tina Profile
tian tina answered

Download VLC Media Player or Mac Blu-ray Player for Mac, then buy an external Blu-ray Drive, connect it to Mac through USB.

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Jack Wilson answered

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