Leawo Free Blu-ray Player is a very easy to use Blu-ray media playback software program. As a multifunctional media player software program, Leawo Blu-ray Player provides comprehensive solutions for you to play back Blu-ray (up to 4K resolution), DVD, ISO files, common video, HD video and audio files on Windows PC smoothly. It could play back all Blu-ray and DVD discs in the market from various movie studios, even they’re just released. What’s more, it’s a totally free DVD player, video player and audio player combo. It could play videos of up to 1080P in HD MP4, HD AVI, HD MOV, HD TS, etc. and audios in AAC, AC3, MP3, M4A, etc. in lossless quality. It even supports to play back DTS-5.1 audio. With full navigation system, it provides excellent user-friendly media player control so as to enhance movie experience.
After launching Leawo Free Blu-ray Player, on the main interface, you could see an "Open File" button in the middle of the main interface, which you could click to browse and load video, audio and ISO image file from your local drive. Or you can open file by directly dragging and dropping the file to the program.
At the bottom of the main interface, you could see multiple playback control buttons to help you control media playback:
button: Click to stop playing and return to the home interface (shortcut: Ctrl+S)
button: Click to play previous movie on the playlist (shortcut: Alt+Up)
button: Click to start playing. During playing, it would change to pause button, by clicking which you could pause playing (shortcut: Space).
button: Click to play next movie on the playlist (shortcut: Alt+Down)
button: Click to control playback speed and there are 7 kinds of speed available.
button: Click to play enter "playlist" panel (shortcut: F3), in which you can find to empty your playlist or choose playback modes: Loop, Order or Shuffle.
button: Click the "Volume" button to enter volume control panel, where you can either slide adjuster limiter to adjust audio volume or click "Volume" button to mute playback.
button: Click to start/quit full-screen playback (shortcut: F11).
Meanwhile, on the home interface, you could see the date and time. What's more, you could right click the main interface for more options. You will then see a right-click menu as below:
On the right-click menu, more options are available:
File: Choose to open file (Ctrl+O), open ISO file (Ctrl+I), open folder (Ctrl+P), play Disc/eject Disc (choose to play/eject which disc you've inserted into the disc drive if you get multiple disc drives.) and play playlist.
Playback: There are multiple operations to control playback, and you can also find more options for playback speed and controller to volume here.
Menu: Click to invoke the disc menu interface to let you choose which to play back.
Videos/Audios/Subtitles: These options enable you to adjust video settings, audio settings and subtitle settings during playback.
Angles: This is the feature for you to decide angles when you are playing back multi-angle Blu-ray and DVD discs.
Chapters: Directly go to the chapter that you want to play back with this feature.
Also, the right-click menu includes some playback operations: Fullscreen playback (F11), Always On Top (Ctrl+T), Playlist (F3), Snapshot (Shift+S), Player Settings (F5), start to Record or Convert (these require you to install corresponding apps).
In the top-left corner, you could see an inverted drop-down triangle button, by clicking which you could call out the program operation menu to do more operations upon Leawo Free Blu-ray Player, as showed below:
On the drop-down menu panel, when you move mouse to the File option, you could get multiple choices: Open File (Ctrl+O), Open Folder (Ctrl+P), Play Disc (allow you to choose which disc to play back if you get more than one drive and disc inserted), Eject Disc (enable you to choose which disc to eject), Playlist (Add Files to playlist or Empty Playlist).
On the Playback menu, you could control playing to Play (Space), Stop (Ctrl+S), Rewind (Ctrl+Left), Fast Forward (Ctrl+Right), Forward 30 sec(Right), Backward 30 sec (Left), Next (Ctrl+Down), Previous (Ctrl+Up), Mute (M), Volume Up (Up), and Volume Down (Down).
Next to the Playback operations are more options for you to control playback and get more information about Leawo Free Blu-ray Player, including: Fullscreen (F11), Always On Top (Ctrl+T), Playlist (F3), Snapshot (Shift+S), BD/DVD To MKV and More operations (Convert and Record, which require you to download and install corresponding apps). Also, the rest of menu allows you to access to Skin, User guide, Bug Report, Register, Purchase, Check for update, and About Leawo Blu-ray Player.
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