Blu-ray Player for Mac OS X Mountain Lion Play BD Disc on Mac 10.8
Download Blu-ray Playing software Mac OS X Mountain Lion FREE to play Blu-ray movies on OS X Mountain Lion 10.8, which can not only play Blu-ray disc or its ISO files on Mac or PC.
Blu-ray Player Mac OS X Mountain Lion can support all media formats of movie, video, audio, music and photo. It is multilanguage supported and easy handled with user-friendly interface. After adding DTS5.1 into it, Mac Blu-ray Player can bring your Mac to the most popular Blu-ray HD video enjoyment. The strong compatibility of Mac Mountain Lion Blu-ray Player supports Mountain Lion 10.8, 10.7, 10.6, 10.5.
Mac Blu-ray Player OS X Mountain Lion plays any commercial Blu-ray disc/DVD released in different regions. Only by live internet connection, can it load and play the BD/DVD video directly and play it without any quality loss.
Step 1: Insert your BD into the Blu-ray driver. Download and install the Mac Mountain Lion Blu-ray Player. Then Run the program and two buttons are in the middle of the interface: "Open File" and "Open Disc".
Step 2: Click on the ‘Open Disc’ button and select the BD in the pop-up dialogue. After a couple seconds of loading, you can enjoy the Blu-ray movies on OS X Mountain Lion 10.8 freely.
Otherwise, you can press "Open File" button to play Blu-ray ISO files or videos in other media formats.
In addition, there are three advanced interfaces for advanced configurations for the output settings. These interfaces allow you to set parameters regarding title, subtitle and audio.
Now you can enjoy the high HD Blu-ray movie with super high audiovisual quality on Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion.
More info, please enter Mac Mountain Lion Blu-ray Player.
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