Mac Dvd Player App Update

Mac Media Player, famous for its perfect HD playback throughout the world, is also an excellent Free DVD Player. Featuring output up to 1080p, DTS5.1 audio system, ultrafast speed, and handy operation, Macgo DVD Player software can give you the best multimedia enjoyment.

  1. Dvd Player Download For Mac

Preparations you need to do:

The easiest way is to use Spotlight. Click the little Spotlight icon in the upper right corner of your Mac’s screen. Search for DVD Player, and the app’s icon will appear at the top of the Top Hits. Double click on the icon and the app will launch. Once launched you can open a DVD by going to File Open DVD Player.

  • Mac OS X 10.6 - 10.11
  • Intel Core2 Duo 2.4GHz processor or higher recommended
  • 512 MB RAM or higher recommended
  • 250 MB of free disk space
  • Internal or external drive

Free trial version of this powerful Media Player is now available on Macgo Official Download Center, or you can click here to download Free Mac Media Player, and then drag its icon to your Application folder.

After installing Free Mac Media Player, you can go to 'Launchpad' and click on its icon to launch the program. The simplified main interface will reduce certain misoperations. You can see two buttons there: Open File and Open Disc.

Insert the DVD you want to play in the drive. There will appear two buttons in the center of the interface - 'Open File' and 'Open Disc'. Press the second one, and follow the instructions. After a few seconds, a main menu will pop out, and you can make some adjustments according to your preferences.

During the playback, you can make video settings as follows:

1) Snapshot: Ctrl+Alt+S

Snapshot the movie by shortcut keys or pressing the 'Snapshot' in 'Tools'.

2) Adjustments

Click 'Tools' button and select 'Adjustments'. There are five sections to be set in video tuner: brightness, saturation, contrast, gamma, and hue. If you want to reset them, you can press 'Reset' button. Moreover, if you want to keep the settings, you can check the 'Always apply the settings' on the left bottom.

3) Aspect Ratio

If you want to adjust aspect ratio, you can find it in 'Video' on the tool menu.

4) Screen size

You can adjust screen size by shortcut keys or through the options in 'Video' on the tool menu.

Dvd Player Download For Mac

Half size: Command+1
Normal size: Command+2
Double size: Command+3
Fit to the screen: Command+4

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1. Prepare A Drive If Your Mac Doesn't Have One

Mac Dvd Player App Update

The 13-inch non-Retina MacBook Pro is the last Mac with a built-in CD/DVD drive. If your Mac computer has no internal optical drive, use an external optical drive such as Apple USB SuperDrive priced at $79. Check our list of best external DVD/CD drive for Mac.

Tips: Mac has a Remote Disc feature, making it possible to share discs from the drive of another Mac, or from a Windows computer with DVD sharing setup installed. Here's the guide to sharing discs from another computer and play DVDs on macOS Mojave - Big Sur based MacBook Air/Pro/iMac without DVD drives.

Another way to go is to make your DVDs digital. You need a program to rip DVDs to MP4, MOV, M4V, hard drive, USB drive etc. on Mac, and a DVD drive is also needed for the job. Once it's done, you can view DVDs on Mojave - Big Sur anytime and anywhere without a DVD drive.

2. Insert a DVD

Insert the DVD disc you want to play into the internal drive or optical drive connected to Mac. If you are using Apple USB SuperDrive, according to Apple support, it only accepts 120-mm round DVD discs.

3. Now, you get your DVD to play on Mojave - Big Sur

The 64-bit DVD player for macOS Mojave - Big Sur will recognize the disc quickly and start playing the disc. To make the disc play automatically when the app opens, go to DVD Player > Preferences > Player and choose Start Playing disc next to When DVD Player opens.

* Some DVDs have several chapters, you can select the one you'd like to watch. To do so, click Go > Chapter and pick the chapter from the menu to view.

* About DVD region code - Most of the DVDs sold on are encoded for Region 1 or Region A. to play a region-locked DVD on macOS Mojave - Big Sur, the region code should be the same as that of the DVD drive. After inserting the DVD disc, in DVD Player, click File > Get Disc Info > Regions, and you'll see the DVD region. If you are asked to change the DVD region, select a region that matches the DVD region. Note that you can only set the region code for DVD drive five times. So some users choose to remove the region code from DVDs using DVD decrypter software.

* DVD Player app won't recognize a disc. Some users said the DVD they insert kept getting ejected. Why won't the Mac read a DVD? It may be a sign of a dusty DVD drive, try cleaning the lens of the drive. If the problem still exists, try another quick fix - a PRAM reset.

* DVD won't eject on Mojave - Big Sur.' I tried to eject the disc but it is locked, and I can't unlock it. What to do now?' Make sure you are using the right way to eject a DVD from the desktop or from a Finder window.


For users who have issues that DVD won't play on macOS Mojave - Big Sur, for example, the 64-bit DVD player quits unexpectedly, the disc is not available, DVD playing freezes, please read our complete solutions to DVD not playing on Mac.


What You Can't Play using DVD Player on macOS Mojave - Big Sur

*The 64-bit DVD Player app doesn't play encrypted video folders and ISO images from DVD discs.
* Blu-ray discs and content burned onto some DVD-RW discs are not accepted either.
* The DVD Player app on macOS Mojave - Big Sur is prevented from mirroring because of copyright.