As the best free Mac Blu-ray player software, Leawo Free Blu-ray Player for Mac offers you totally free yet still extremely easy to use interface to play various media files on Mac. It could not only play Blu-ray on Mac, but also DVD, HD video (up to 4K), audio, and ISO image file on Mac. The below Blu-ray Player for Mac user guide would show you how to use Leawo Free Blu-ray Player for Mac to play movies on Mac in detail.
On the main interface of Leawo Free Blu-ray Player for Mac, you could see up to 3 optional boxes (if you have both DVD drive and BD drive).
There are different cases according to your source media files:
1. If you want to play video, audio and ISO image file, there are 3 ways: a. click the big green "Open File" button ; b. right click on the main interface and then select "Open" option; c. make use of the shortcut key(add one single file: Command+O; add one file folder: Command+P).
2. If you want to play Blu-ray/DVD disc, insert your disc into the disc drive and then the disc name would appear on the main interface. Click the box with the disc name you've inserted.
After loading source media files, you could click the button to open the playlist panel and see all loaded media files. On the playlist panel, you could click the to add, remove or clear movies on playlist.
Leawo Free Blu-ray Player for Mac allows you to select subtitle from source media files, or even add external subtitles to watch movies in familiar language. Right click on the interface and then select "Subtitles..." option, or move mouse to the upper-left corner of the interface and then click the subtitle icon to call out "Subtitles-Settings" panel.
You could click to Enable subtitles, set Subtitle offset, choose Subtitles from source media files if available, and Browse for subtitles from local drive (this is not available for BD/DVD playback).
Right click on the main interface during playing, or click the video setting icon on the upper-left corner of the main interface to enter the "Video-Settings" panel.
On the "Video-Settings" panel, you could determine multiple settings upon video playback, including: Deinterlace video, Deinterlace method, Video scaling method, Crop black bars, Video mode, Brightness, Contrast, etc.
On the upper-left corner, click the audio icon , or right click on the playback interface and then choose "Audios…" option to enter the "Audio-Settings" panel.
You could adjust audio Volume, Volume amplification, Audio offset, Audio stream, Audio output, Audio output device and Set as default for all videos.
Note: If you’re playing Blu-ray/DVD content with disc menu, you could then click the menu icon on the upper-left corner to directly reach the disc menu interface for determine which content to play back.
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