Blu-ray Player for MacBook Air:Play Blu-ray on MacBook Air

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Blu-ray Player for MacBook Air:Play Blu-ray on MacBook Air

Postby stevenjoen » Tue Aug 20, 2013 3:46 pm

“There is some way available for playing Blu-ray on iMac, what you need is a external BD drive and Mac Blu-ray Player Software, is the way also apply for the Macbook Air? Can we Play the Blu-ray on the latest Macbook Air?” The MacBook Air family is a line of ultraportable Macintosh notebook computers created by Apple Inc. The Air was designed to balance both performance and portability; it has a full-sized keyboard design and a machined aluminium casing with extremely low weight and thickness. The MacBook Air is available in two sizes: 11.6 inch and 13.3 inch (or 29.46 cm and 33.78 cm, respectively). The MacBook Air has no built-in support for Blu-ray discs. Blu-ray players use a different type of laser than CDs and DVDs, and data is stored more compactly. The differences are internal, so placing a Blu-ray disc in your MacBook Air will not damage the drive, but it also won’t allow you to view your movie.

Despite a lack of Blu-ray drive and native blu-ray playback support, you can still play Blu-ray movies on 11-inch or 13-inch MacBook Air. Today, I would like to introduce a new way to play your Blu-ray on Macbook. And what you need is a kind of third-party software named UFUSoft MacBook Air Blu-ray Player Software which is specially designed for Macbook Air.

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How to Play Blu-ray Disc, Blu-ray ISO file, or BDMV folder on 11″,13″ MacBook Air by MacBook Air Blu-ray Player software?

Preparations:

1. 11-inch or 13-inch MacBook Air.

2. An internal or external Blu-ray drive: USB ≥ 2.0 or FireWire ≥ 400.

3. Blu-ray Player software(UFUSoft MacBook Air Blu-ray Player): It is such a reliable software which can port DTS5.1 for Mac initially in the world. It also allows you to play AVCHD video and a large number of other multimedia files, including WMV, MPEG, MP4, MTS, MKV, FLV, AVI, etc.

4. Internet connection.

5. Blu-ray discs (BD).

Step One: Connect Blu-ray driver

You have to have an external bluray driver. Connect it to MacBook Air via USB interface

Step Two: Run Macbook Air Blu-ray Player

After confirming your hardware matches the requirements above, simple install Macbook Air Blu-ray Player and insert your disc in the drive, and this program will play automatically..

Step Three: Play Blu-ray movies

Open the Blu-ray disc. Some Blu-ray discs will be launched automatically, others can be opened by open buttons.

There are two open buttons: “Open File” and “Open Disc”.

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When you play Blu-ray disc, just click on the ‘Open Disc’ button and select the Blu-ray disc in the pop-up dialogue. After a couple seconds of loading, you can enjoy the Blu-ray movies on Mac freely. Otherwise, you can press “Open File” button to play Blu-ray ISO files or videos on Macbook Air in other media formats.

I think it would be the simplest way to lead your 11-inch, 13-inch MacBook Air to the extremely Blu-ray world.
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