Mar 24

Amazing Mac Blu-ray Player

World's Leading Blu-ray Player for Mac Software

Normally: $69.99

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World's leading Blu-ray media player for Mac software accepts Blu-ray disc, Blu-ray folder and Blu-ray ISO image file input as well as DVD counterparts (DVD disc/folder/ISO image file), plays all the video/audio formats you have(4K Ultra HD video, 1080P Full HD video, 720P HD video and SD video)


Key Features of Amazing Mac Blu-ray Player


Play Full Blu-ray Menu/Disc/ISO file/BDMV Folder

Play the original Blu-ray Menu, Blu-ray Disc, ISO files, and BDMV folder perfectly output up to 1080p High Definition quality without loss.


Support Multiple Media Formats

Supports the playback of common video/audio files such as DVD, VOB, MTS, M2TS, AVCHD, AVI, WMV, FLV, MOV, RMVB, MP4, MPEG, WMA, MP3, AAC, AC3, etc.


Full Featured Blu-ray Menu

Enhances the Blu-ray menu where you can choose scenes, set up subtitles, audio tracks, chapter, etc.



Playing Blu-ray Discs on your Mac

1. Launch Amazing Blu-ray Player for Mac

2. Load Source media files for playback






On the main interface, you can see two options. If you want to play back videos, audios, DVD folders, Blu-ray folders,

ISO files and IFO files, click "Open File" button and then the program will guide you to browse source files for loading.


If you want to play back Blu-ray/DVD discs, you need to first insert the Blu-ray/DVD disc into a external Blu-ray drive and then you will see your disc name on the main interface of this program. Click to play it.


There are also subtitle, video and audio optional settings as well.


System Requirements:

macOS 10.12 (Sierra), Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan), Mac OS X 10.10 (Yosemite), 10.9(Mavericks), 10.8 (Mountain Lion), 10.7 (Lion), 10.6 and below.

4 Responses to “Amazing Mac Blu-ray Player”

  1. jlc1978 Says:

    Does this require an internet connection to play blu ray disks? Some do to get the decrypt key.

  2. Pensketch Says:

    I tried doing some research on this player, and it seems like it’s a re-skin of the “Aiseesoft Mac Blu-Ray Player” (shows the same main screen layout, just in a different color) :

    That feels a bit shady to me. Is this the case of various companies selling the same software, just with a different skin?

  3. bobmckeever Says:

    It will not open a Blu-Ray disk, nor recognize any of the files in a blu-ray disk. Crashed trying the disk option, then yielded file load errors.

    Would not play a DVD as “not a Blu-Ray file”

  4. Paul7 Says:

    It is a little shady. First, I tried using the trial version, but it won’t actually play any discs (even though it initially says that it will function like a full version for 5 days). Next, I actually tried buying the product, and when I entered the serial number, it says that it’s invalid!