Organize & Manage Local Media Library by Poster Wall
Managing tons of media files can be really painful, but not with DVDFab Player 6 for Mac. Similar to the Movie Server, when building up your local media library, DVDFab Player 6 for Mac will scrape and download the posters for all your media files (including Japanese adult DVDs) from internet, and then group them based on their types. What you see in front of your eyes, is a concise and well-organized Poster Wall. Clicking on each poster will take you to the detailed media page, where all the metadata information about that movie/TV Show is displayed right under your nose.
Menu Playback on DVDs, Simple Playback on (4K) Blu-rays
Navigation menu is a critical part of a premium media viewing and playback control experience. DVDFab Player 6 for Mac offers navigation menu playback support on genuine DVD discs and ripped ISO image files or folders. For Blu-rays and the new-generation 4K Ultra Blu-rays, only the Simple Playback mode is available for now, Menu Playback support is still in the works.
All-Inclusive Support on 4K UHD, HEVC and Other Media Files
As the bedrock of a media player software, the playback capabilities of the 6th generation DVDFab Player for Mac lies in its abilities to play back all the media formats, including but not limited to MP4, MKV, MOV, VOB, M2TS…regardless of the codecs, H.264, H.265 (HEVC), WMV, etc., and resolutions, 720p, 1080p, and way up to 4K UHD.
Import DVD & Blu-ray Discs to Local Media Library as ISO Files
As your movie and TV Show collections grow day by day, you probably want to add them to your local media library every once for a while. No sweat! The Disc Import feature of this Mac media player can really come in handy. With only one click, it can import a DVD or Blu-ray disc from an optical drive to your local media library, saved as an ISO file.
PC Mode for Small Screens while TV Mode for Big Screens
DVDFab Player 6 for Mac features two playback modes with distinctive UI design, PC Mode optimized for a truly immersive media watching experience on computer screens, and the TV Mode dedicated to a cinema-equivalent audiovisual experience on large-screen TVs.