“Some Apple Blu-ray Player can play BD iso on my Macbook Pro? As far as I know, Macbook Pro can’t play Blu-ray movies, Is that true?”
Playing Blu-ray ISO on MacBook Pro is always a difficulty thing as people feedback on Apple Forums: “I am trying to play my Jurassic World Blu-ray ISO on my MacBook Pro – but, it’s not playing, nothing is coming up. Anyone know how to play Blu-ray on a MacBook Pro?? Is it even possible?” Because the built-in SuperDrive of MacBook Pro does not support Blu-ray, and the Quicktime on Mac neither supports the original M2TS format of Blu-ray movie, so it will be little complex to stream Blu-ray on MacBook Pro.
However, here, I can show you the way to get the above job done: Play Blu-ray ISO on MacBook Pro with external Blu-ray drive and UFUWare MacBook Pro Blu-ray Player.
UFUWare MacBook Pro Blu-ray Player lets you watch Blu-ray disc, Blu-ray Folder movies on your iMac, and do more too, including reading data from Blu-ray ISO images and watching other movies on your MacBook Pro.
Step 1: Download and install Blu-ray Player software on MacBook Pro.
Download and install UFUWare Blu-ray player for MacBook Pro. Run this MacBook Pro Blu-ray player software.
Step 2: Double-click Blu-ray iso image file
Double-click the Blu-ray iso image file you want to play, which will create a folder containing the iso file on your desktop.
Step 3: Play Blu-ray iso file on MacBook Pro
Click “Open Disc” to load the Blu-ray iso image file in the folder.
After that, you will see a menu list containing Play Movie, Chapter, Audio, Subtitle and Other Titles. You can choose “Play Movie” to play the main movie directly.