Apple computers have always had an advantage over PCs. There’s no arguing that they just look slicker and smoother. So it’s a bit shocking that the Mac OS X doesn’t have built-in support for Blu-ray Discs.
The ultimate movie experience on a disc should be readily available on the ultimate media machine in the computer world. Well, if you get your hands on Macgo: The World’s Best Mac Blu-ray Player Software, you can seamlessly bring both worlds together.
Watch this video review with demo:Mac Blu-ray Player Highlights:
Supports a range of Macs
Macgo isn’t just an amazing piece of software to let you watch Blu-ray movies on your computer, it supports an incredible amount of devices on both Mac systems. You can successfully play any Blu-ray Disc, Blu-ray files, and Blu-ray folders (BDMV folders on a MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, Mac mini, iMac, Mac Pro with OS X 10.5 to 10.8).
Universal Media Player
Don’t just think of Macgo as the software to use for watching Blu-ray discs. Uh uh. You can use it to play just about any media format on your computer including movies, videos, audios, music and photos. Besides all the Blu-ray options, Macgo also can play files such as DVD, VideoCD, MOV, MKV, AVI, FLV, WMV, MP4, MPEG, RMVB, MP3, WMA, AAC, AC3, and more!
Besides being the very first Blu-ray player for Mac, Macgo can directly play Blu-ray and DVD movies without losing any quality at all. Videos output at 1080p high-definition without losing any data or frames. There’s also complete preservation of audio tracks (DTS HD Master Audio, Dolby TrueHD, etc.), subs streams, videos and chapter markers. It even has support for NVIDIA’s CUDA acceleration technology.
Macgo may be an incredibly powerful and complex piece of software behind the scenes, but on the surface, it’s a snap to operate. The user interface is simple and incredibly convenient for any type of user.
ISO File Support
Ever have odd file formats that never seem to play on your computer? Well, if you have any Blu-ray or DVD ISO files on your computer, just open them with the Mac Blu-ray Player. You’ll get a crazy simple interface where you can select the file and watch it play back immediately.
Portable Blu-ray Player
With the incredible AirX function, Macgo allows Blu-ray media to play on any of your iOS devices including the iPhone, iPad, iPad mini, and iPod touch. As long as your device and computer are connected to the same Wi-Fi environment, you can watch your Blu-ray movies anywhere you’d like. Note: While currently incompatible with iOS 6.0+, Macgo is working hard to resolve this.Social Sharing
Like the movie you just watched? Think it’s the worst thing you’ve ever seen in your life and want those two hours of your life back? Go ahead and tell the world! Macgo’s Share function lets you directly share your thoughts and reviews of whatever you’re watching with all of your connections on Facebook and Twitter.Testimonials:
“Apple doesn’t include Blu-ray as an option, but they are readily available through 3rd parties like Amazon or Other World Computing. You’ll also need software to play the disc, which is where the Macgo Blu-Ray Player comes in.” – Mel Martin Author, TUAW
“Apple has shied away from supporting Blu-ray playback in OS X, but there is a new media player available that allows for native Blu-ray playback.” – Topher Kessler Author, CNET
“The Macgo Mac Blu-ray Player Finally Brings Blu-ray Disc Playback to OS X” – Alan Henry, Author, Lifehacker
“First Look: Macgo Mac Blu-ray Player Blu-ray movie playback comes to the Mac” – Jonathan Seff, Author, Macworld
Macgo normally sells for $59.95, but for a limited time only, you can get a license to run the Mac Blu-ray Player on 1 computer for just $25! That’s a 58% savings!
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You will receive your download link and serial number, immediately after completing your purchase.This software requires an Internet connection to run.Requires Mac OS X 10.5 or higher (works on Mountain Lion too).License entitles you to install Mac Blu-ray Player on one computer only.Includes free updates and lifetime support.You may not resell or redistribute this software without written permission from Macgo.
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