As an all-inclusive free Blu-ray media player software, Leawo Free Blu-ray Player enables you to play Blu-ray, DVD, up to 4K videos, ISO image file, audio files, IFO files, etc. This part of Leawo Blu-ray Player user guide would show you how to play Blu-ray/DVD/video/audio/ISO image files.
Launch Leawo Blu-ray Player and then you could see a clean interface with several options. Click respective buttons to load corresponding media files for playback.
1. Click the green "Open File" button to browse and load video, audio and ISO image file for playback.
2. To play Blu-ray/DVD folder, you could either right click on the main interface and then select "Open > Open Folder", press "Ctrl+P" shortcut, or click the inverted triangle drop-down menu on the top right corner and then select "File > Open Folder" option (mentioned above).
3. To play Blu-ray/DVD disc, you need to insert your Blu-ray/DVD disc into the disc drive, and then click the disc name on Leawo Blu-ray Player home interface to start playing.
4. To play IFO file, you could figure out the IFO files inside "VIDEO_TS" folder of your DVD folder for playing, like "Thor/VIDEO_TS/VIDEO_TS.IFO".
After loading source media files, you could see loaded movie file(s) on the playlist, which could be opened via clicking the button. On the top of the playlist panel, you could click the thumbnail button to display all loaded files on playlist in thumbnail or hit the detail button to display all loaded files on playlist in detail. Also, you could click the plus, minus or trash icons at the top of playlist to add extra file, remove selected file or empty playlist.
After loading source media files, this media player would start to play. During playback, move mouse to the title area, then you could see 4 icons pop out. By clicking the "Subtitles" icon to do subtitle settings: Enable (Disable) subtitles, Subtitle offset, Subtitle selecting, Browse for subtitle.
You could also open the subtitle settings panel by right clicking on the main interface and then choosing “Subtitles” option to set subtitles.
Click the "Videos" icon on the top-let corner, or right click on the main interface and then choose "Videos" option to enter the Video Settings panel, where you could do multiple video settings during playback.
Click "Audio" icon on the upper-left corner, or right click on the main interface and then choose the "Audios" option to do audio settings during playback, including: audio volume, amplification, offset, stream, output, output device, etc.