Is Your Blu-ray Player Working Fine on Mac and PC?
Many Blu-ray disc users complain that their computers, including desktop computers, laptops, Macs, tablet computers etc., with Blu-ray drive or not, cannot read the discs, let alone play them – observes a Blu-ray player provider iDeer.
Why does this happen a lot? The current operating systems do not have native Blu-ray support, even if their computers are equipped with a Blu-ray drive.
They still require a Blu-ray player software that supports Blu-ray playback to play Blu-ray movies, suggests iDeer.
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Therefore, the company is offering a program that is compatible with Windows and Mac to play Blu-ray discs and other videos.
iDeer announced Saturday, Sept. 29, a Blu-ray Player Software for Blu-ray Playback on Mac and PC. This Blu-ray player is designed to help users remove the restrictions of protected Blu-ray discs and ensure Blu-ray playback without the confines of an electronic player.
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The company launches the beta version of Blu-ray Player software – iDeer Blu-ray Player. It facilitates playback of Blu-ray, Blu-ray ISO files, DVD and other video files such as WMV, FLV, MP4, MOV, etc. with a simple and friendly interface. The company says that the software is authorized by the Blu-ray Disc Association.
Moreover, according to the company, with core technology AirX, the software supports Blu-ray playback on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch with Wi-Fi and you can share movie or video information on Facebook and Twitter with built-in Share button.
More information is at: http://www.ideerapp.com/download.html.
Photo courtesy: iDeer