Mac Blu-ray Player - free DVD player software
At present, most movies are released in DVD for its large capacity. Thus, there is an urgent demand to play DVD on Mac. But how to play? Here is the best way to go.
Mac Blu-ray Player, as a multi-purpose media player, can be used as free DVD player as well. It is very applicable for you to view any DVD on Mac or PC. Really a powerful and helpful tool! As a free DVD player software on Mac, Mac Blu-ray Player can play DVD fluently. Its process is very simple and only two steps are needed.
You need to close the default DVD player of Mac.
First, open system preferences of Mac.
Second, open CDs&DVDs under Hardware.
Third, choose "Ignore" for the item "When you insert a video DVD".
Then you can use Mac Blu-ray software to play DVDs.
Step 1: Download
Download the Mac Blu-ray Player from
Step 2: Operation
1) Open Mac Blu-ray Player, and the registration dialogue will pop up. Click the "Continue" button and then you can play DVD for free.
2) Insert your DVD into the driver.
3) Some DVD will be launched automatically and others can be opened by open buttons. There are two open buttons: "Open File" and "Open Disc".
When you play DVD, you can press "Open Disc" button, and then click the DVD document to start playing.
However, if you want to play DVD ISO file, you can choose the "Open File" button.
4) After a couple seconds of decryption, you will enter into the navigation panel, on which there are three buttons. You can press "PLAY" button to play directly.
Otherwise, you can press "SET UP" to select subtitles and audios, or press "SCENES" to select the scene you want to watch.
Step 3: Settings
When you play DVD movies, you can take actions as follows:
1) Snapshot: Alt+Command+S
Snapshot the movie by shortcut keys or pressing the "Snapshot" in "Tools".
Click "Tools" button and select "Adjustments". There are five sections to be set in video tuner: brightness, saturation, contrast, gamma, and hue. If you want to reset them, you can press "Reset" button. Moreover, if you want to keep the settings, you can check the "Always apply the settings" on the left bottom.
3) Aspect Ratio
If you want to adjust aspect ratio, you can find it in "Video" on the tool menu.
4) Screen size
You can adjust screen size by shortcut keys or through the options in "Video" on the tool menu.
Half size: Command+1
Normal size: Command+2
Double size: Command+3
Fit to the screen: Command+4
Other media formats supported here: Blu-ray, Video CD, MOV, MKV, AVI, FLV, WMV, MPEG, RMVB, MP4, MP3, WMA, AAC, AC3, etc.