“How to Play Back Blu-ray Discs on my favourite MacBook Air? I am an iPerson who owns almost every product that Apple throws out, and meanwhile a Blu-ray movie lover who once for a while visits theater. So I am interested in watching a Blu-ray movie on my MacBook Air. What do I need to do before doing that?”
Despite lack of official support, you can play Blu-ray on the Macbook Air. It just takes a few more steps than on a Windows machine, which depends on your hardware. For internal solutions, you’ll have to have a Macbook Air, but external drives will let you add Blu-ray abilities to any OS X computer along with some help from third-party software.
Today, I would like to introduce a new way to play your Blu-ray on Macbook Air. And what you need is a kind of third-party software named MacBook Air Blu-ray Player from UFUWare which is specially designed for Macbook Air.
Here I list hardware and software needed for playing Blu-ray on Macbook Air, hoping to help those that want to play Blu-ray Disc from Macbook Air.
An external Blu-ray disc drive and be sure the USB is 2.0 or above.
The most convenient way to play Blu-ray on Macbook Air is to use a program like Macbook Air Blu-ray Player. It is such a reliable software which can port DTS5.1 for Mac Air initially in the world. It also allows you to play 4K video and HD video and a large number of other multimedia files, including WMV, MPEG, MP4, MTS, MKV, FLV, AVI, etc.
Steps to Play Blu-ray Movies on MacBook Air
Step 1: Connect the Blu-ray drive to the MacBook Air via the USB interface
Step 2: Get the MacBook Air Blu-ray Player
Step 3: Install and run MacBook Air Blu-ray Player software on your MacBook Air
Step 4: Play Blu-ray Disc, Blu-ray ISO file, BDMV folder on MacBook Air
Insert your BD into the Blu-ray driver and MacBook Air Blu-ray Player software will load and the BD will be played automatically.
Otherwise, you can press “Open Disc” button to select BDMV folder or press “Open File” button to choose Blu-ray ISO file to play.
Finally, you can have a great Blu-ray fun on your MacBook Air.
By the way, you can change it into full-screen mode, which will bring you into a more fantastic Blu-ray media world.