How to Play Back Blu-ray Discs on MacBook Pro?
Mac fans are always wondering if there is a solution to Blu-ray playback on Mac computers. The answer is absolutely yes. Despite the fact that Mac computers are not born with the ability of Blu-ray playback, you still can do that with the help of an external Blu-ray drive and a piece of Mac Blu-ray player software, like DVDFab Media Player 2, and then you are ready to go!
Check this tip to see how to make this process happen.
Playback Blu-ray Discs on MacBook Pro: Step 1 > Download and install the Mac version of DVDFab Media Player 2 onto your MacBook Pro;
Playback Blu-ray Discs on MacBook Pro: Step 2 > Start up the application by double-clicking the desktop shortcut, and then go to Preferences > Play Mode, select a play mode you want to use. If you select Simple Mode, the player will start to play the featured movie title as soon as it detects a disc in the drive, if you choose Menu Mode, it will begin with the navigation menu.
Playback Starts under Simple Mode
Playback Starts under Menu Mode
Playback Blu-ray Discs on MacBook Pro: Step 3 > Insert a Blu-ray disc into your external Blu-ray drive, and wait for the application to access the Blu-ray movie. When the playback starts, you can control the playback process from the Mac menu bar, or by right-clicking on the playback screen, and then click various tabs from the contextual menus.
Playback Controls from Mac Menu Bar
Playback Controls from On-screen Contextual Menus
Wow, as you can see, it is quite an easy and simple process that everybody can do it. So grab a Blu-ray movie you love and enjoy it on your MacBook Pro.
For more information, feel free to visit DVDFab Media Player product page at https://www.dvdfab.cn/mac-blu-ray-player.htm
① Play DVDs, Blu-rays and 4K Ultra HD Blu-rays with native menus
② Play non-disc media including all formats of videos, up to 4K
③ Play genuine 3D discs, ISO files, SBS or top & bottom 3D videos
④ Display the original HDR10 video to deliver crystal clear images
⑤ Output Hi-Res audios, like Dolby Atmos, with up to 7.1 channels