VLC now supports free BD playback on PC/MAC/LINUX

AnotherJoe

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The latest version of VLC (2.0) adds blu-ray support. So now you can use VLC to play back blu-rays on your PC/MAC/LINUX based system via a BDROM - for FREE.

http://www.videolan.org/vlc/

You will of course need a HDMI/DVI connection to get the full HD sound.
 
AnotherJoe said:
The latest version of VLC (2.0) adds blu-ray support. So now you can use VLC to play back blu-rays on your PC/MAC/LINUX based system via a BDROM - for FREE.

http://www.videolan.org/vlc/

You will of course need a HDMI/DVI connection to get the full HD sound.

Well not exactly............. and I quote "Experimental support for the BluRay format is now present, though AACS and BD+ DRM libraries and keys are not shipped with the player due to the legal limitations behind these content protection systems, which at this stage limits the possible uses for the new feature". Still a very good piece of software though, especially as it is free!
 

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