How to Play Blu-ray Folder (BDMV Files) on iMac by iMac Blu-ray Player?

“I have a Blu-Ray folder and I’ve tried opening the BDMV file in it with VLC on iMac but it doesn’t open it properly, displaying a menu and all that Jazz. Instead, it seems it just parses that file to play everything inside it willy nilly, choking on JAR files and other stuff.”

If you have some BDMV folders on your iMac now, do you want to enjoy them directly? If the answer is YES, we can recommend you a very necessary Blu-ray playback tool to facilitate iMac users to play BDMV folders with full feature directly. By dragging or selecting the whole BDMV folder, you can easily get the playback on UFUWare iMac Blu-ray Player.

Preparations you need to do:

* Mac OS X 10.6 – 10.11
* Intel Core2 Duo 2.4GHz processor or higher recommended
* 512 MB RAM or higher recommended
* 250 MB of free disk space
* Internal or external Blu-ray drive
* USB 2.0 or above
* FireWire 400 or above

Free download and installation iMac BDMV Player

UFUWare iMac BDMV Player is a piece of professional Blu-ray/BDMV Player software officially authorized by BDA (Blu-ray Disc Association). It supports all Blu-ray forms, such as disc, folder and ISO files, and delivers high-quality picture and sound.

Try to Download Blu-ray Player for Mac

Step 1: Launch iMac Blu-ray Player

After installing iMac Blu-ray Player, you can click on its icon to launch the program. The simplified main interface will reduce certain misoperations. You can see two buttons there: Open File and Open Disc.

iMac Blu-ray Player software

Step 2: Choose a Blu-ray Folder and Play It
If you want to play a Blu-ray folder, just click on “Open File” and choose the Blu-ray video folder you would like to watch from your local multimedia files, and then click “Open”.

open blu-ray folder on imac

Step 3: Enjoy Your Blu-ray Folder on iMac

Wait a second till the main menu pops out and you can make some adjustments there according to your own preferences. You can choose where you want to watch in “Chapter”, or choose the audio language in “Audio” and the “Subtitles”. Then you can directly click “Play Movie” to enjoy some Blu-ray time.

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