Mac Blu-ray Player is the first universal Blu-ray player for Mac&PC in the world.
- It is the first universal Blu-ray player in the world. It can play everything. Also, it made DTS5.1 available on Mac initially throughout the world.
- It should be connected to the Internet while playing Bly-rays.
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Macgo Blu-ray Player is an amazing video tool. As I know that it is the first Blu-ray player that can support both PC system. It is so powerful that can play everything, especially the Blu-ray ISO on PC. Also, it can playback any Blu-ray discs successfully as well as DVD. With nice layout and interface, it supports background-changing. It keeps the outputting video with the high-definition quality . Now it can support DTS5.1 on Mac. This make Mac Blu-ray Player even better. Via its share function, you can share the movie with friends and family or post my suggestions or reviews about the movie to Facebook or Twitter.
Perfect supporting Blu-ray playback and is capable of removing AACS, BD+.
It also can be the DVD player to Play HD DVD movies directly.
Outstanding universal performance. Play anything including movie, video, audio, music and photo.
Powerful High-Definition video player and hardware acceleration available.
Playback position recording and resuming.
All media formats supported here: Blu-ray, DVD, VideoCD, MOV, MKV, AVI, FLV, WMV, MP4, MPEG, RMVB, MP3, WMA, AAC, AC3 and more.
Share movie or video information with friends anywhere and anytime.
Nice interface and layout, as well as convenient operations.
Macgo Blu-ray Player is the first and best universal Blu-ray player for PC in the world. It can not only play HD Blu-ray movies, but also support any formats of movie, video, audio, music and photo you have ever seen. Adding DTS5.1 makes its outputting quality even better. With beautiful layout and handy operation, Macgo Blu-ray Player can bring fantastic Blu-ray enjoyment to you.
Mac Blu-ray Player is for all users, no matter Mac or PC users. The spokesperson claimed: “People who still haven’t gotten over the Blu-ray vs. HD DVD debate are most welcome to be a part of us.”