Win 8 Blu-ray Player Works as the Best Video Player on Win 8

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Win 8 Blu-ray Player Works as the Best Video Player on Win 8

Postby stevenjoen » Sat Nov 24, 2012 7:35 am

Windows 8 Native Blu-ray Player is one easy-to-use player for PC. It not only helps users enjoy any Blu-ray movie on Windows 8 with outstanding and perfect video quality at home. This amazing player can not only play Blu-ray Disc, but also support Blu-ray folder and ISO image. And you needn't be anxious about how to play video any more on Windows 8/7/Vista/xp/2003 because of the limitation of video players. Windows 8 Blu-ray Player can play popular video files such as MTS, M2TS, MXF, TS, TRP, MKV, MPEG, FLV, WMV, MP4, AVI, MPG, and HD video with fantastic video effect. It's so easy to use and you can enjoy yourself fully. This guide is about the specific steps of how to play videos on Windows 8 with Blu-ray Player for Windows 8.

Step 1: Run Blu-ray Player on Your Windows 8 PC

Download Windows 8 Blu-ray Player from UFUSoft and then install the software according to the instruction on your computer. Run it and the player pops up.

Step 2: Load Video File

There are two buttons on the interface of the player. Please click "Open File" button to load video file like MTS, M2TS, MXF, TS, TRP, MKV, MPEG, FLV, WMV, MP4, AVI, MPG, and HD video, etc.

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a. Select the video you want to watch and click "Open" button. Then the video will be added to the blu-ray playing tool for windows 8.

b. Then the video will be played automatically. You can enjoy the video with clear audio/visual effect.

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c. When the video is played, you could do these operations such as pause, stop, play the video and adjust the video volume at the bottom of the win 8 blu-ray player.

d. If you want more control functions, hover your mouse to the top of the player and there are more control bars. You could select audio track, video track, subtitle, full screen and so on.

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Step 3: Take snapshot

Perhaps you love some pictures of the video. It's easy. Hover the mouse to the bottom and click the snapshot icon to save the pictures. And then open the folder icon to get them. The pictures can be saved in the format of JPEG, PNG, and BMP.

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Enjoyment time begins and you can enjoy the video like MTS, M2TS, MXF, TS, TRP, MKV, MPEG, FLV, WMV, MP4, AVI, MPG, and HD video, etc on Windows 8 PC.
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