How to burn Blu-ray movies on Mac computer? This is a question which has been asked for years. Everybody knows that if you want to enjoy Blu-rays on Mac, you need hook up an external Blu-ray drive to Mac computer and then find a Blu-ray media player designed for Mac OS X. But, not everybody knows what we need if we want to burn Blu-ray movies on Mac.

Here is the answer: besides a Blu-ray drive which is capable of writing to blank BD discs, we also need a Mac Blu-ray copy software which has a built-in burning engine. Luckily, we have DVDFab Blu-ray Copy for Mac, the best one you can find on the market to achieve your target.

 This guide will walk you through that process if you're interested:

How to Burn Blu-ray on Mac Computer > Step 1: Download and install the latest DVDFab 11 for Mac onto your computer;

How to Burn Blu-ray on Mac Computer > Step 2: Launch DVDFab 9 for Mac, choose Copy option in Option Bar, then put the target Blu-ray disc into your external Blu-ray drive;

How to Burn Blu-ray on Mac Computer > Step 3: Choose an output size on the Left Pane and then click the “Start” button to start copying;

How to Burn Blu-ray on Mac Computer > Step 4: When it comes to the burning stage, system will kick the original Blu-ray disc out form the BD drive, at this time, you need insert a blank BD disc to continue the burning.

Note: 1. You can choose “Full Disc" or “Main Movie” mode on Mode Panel according to your real need. Full Disc copies all the contents on the original discs, including extras, bonuses, commercials, etc, while Main Movie mode copies the movie only;

          2. The size of the blank BD disc can be BD 50 or BD 25. If you insert a BD 50 disc, there will be no compression made, or else, the contents will be compressed onto the blank BD 25 disc;

Software you need: The latest build of DVDFab 11 for Mac

Product you need order: Blu-ray Copy for Mac

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