Preparation: 1> Mac computer(iMac, Mac Pro, Macbook Air/Pro, Mac Mini, etc.); 2> Blu-ray drive (USB≥ 2.0 or FireWire≥ 400); 3> Aurora Blu-ray Player; 4> Network connection.
- Step 1: Connect the Blu-ray drive to Mac via USB interface.
- Step 2: Download and install Aurora Blu-ray Player.
- Step 3: Play Blu-ray movie: 1> Run Mac Blu-ray Player; 2> Insert BD into the Blu-ray driver; 3> Open and play the Blu-ray disc.
Aurora Blu-ray Player for Mac is downloaded default as unregistered free trial version. Any user can click Cancel or close the Registration window to continually the free trial to check if the tool can satisfy you before making order. The unregistered version has below limitations:
- 1. Watermarked when playback Blu-ray;
- 2. Everytime you run the player, the Registration window will pop up;
- 3. Everytime you load Blu-ray DVD disc/ISO/folder, the Registration window will pop up.
You can buy and register to remove all the limitations.
- First, there should be a BD and an external blu-ray drive with a USB interface. The USB should be above 2.0 and the transferring speed should be as fast as possible.
- Second, there should be an ISO of blu-ray movie in your Mac.
- Third, there should be a blu-ray video folder in your Mac.
Aurora Blu-ray Player is the best and universal media player in the world. Besides Blu-ray discs, it can play DVDs, ISO image, video, audio and photo. It supports almost all media formats existing today: Blu-ray, DVD, Video CD, MOV, MKV, AVI, FLV, WMV, MP4, MPEG, RMVB, MP3, WMA, AAC, AC3 and more.
- Aurora Blu-ray Player for Mac:
Mac OS X 10.6 to 10.8;
Intel Core2 Duo 2.4GHz processor or higher recommended;
512 MB RAM or higher recommended;
250 MB of free disk space;
A Blu-ray drive;
USB≥ 2.0 or FireWire≥ 400;
- Extra requirements for Aurora Mac Blu-ray Copy:
2 GHz or above RAM;
100GB or more free hard disk space for saving copied file;
A ReWritable Blu-ray drive;
- Aurora Blu-ray Copy for Windows:
Windows 8/7/Vista/XP (32-bit/64-bit);
Core 2 Quad and above;
2 GB of RAM;
100 GB or more free hard disk space for saving copied file;
A ReWritable Blu-ray Drive;
All of Aurora products are sold as “try-before-you-buy” software. The trial version is available on our website. You can download a copy to evaluate, and make sure that it is compatible with your computer systems and satisfy all of your requirements before purchasing the full versions. For Details
>>Registration and Update
Each registration code can only be used on one computer at a time and the number of computer changes(including the Operation System Reinstallation) is limited to FIVE. After paid, users will get the lifetime version and will enjoy the lifetime free upgrade service.
The Aurora Blu-ray Player updates automatically when your Mac connects to the Internet. Or you can also use the menu "Tools - Check for Updates" to check and update manually. The update is totally free for all users who have purchased the product.
Currently, there is a watermark on the free version while playing Blu-ray movies. This functional limitation will disappear after you purchase the software.
No, you cannot. If you refused to update Aurora Blu-ray Player, you are not able to watch Blu-ray Disc. Blu-ray Discs have adopted AACS (Advanced Access Content System) to protect the digital content, because AACS keys are required to play some Blu-ray Discs titles. Aurora Blu-ray Player needs to update because the AACS key requires periodical updates for content protection reasons.
No, the subtitles are system settings and you cannot remove or edit the subtitle in this software.
We found in some Mac OS X 10.6 external Blu-ray drive, there may be unsmooth playback. After our testing, we find the transfer speed between USB2.0 blu-ray drive and Mac is too slow. Perhaps it is because of the incompatibility between some external Blu-ray drives and systems. Now we try to find out the solution.