What Is Blu-ray Player?
Blu-ray is one of two major high-definition discs (HD-DVD) formats that was introduced to consumers in 2006 to enhance the depth, color, and detail that viewers could see in images. The format mainly contains h.264 or h.265 encodings, making it easy to decode, but difficult to play. This is a common issue for encrypted and copy-protected discs, which include most Blu-ray DVDs.
It is a known fact that Apple and the Blu-ray format do not get well together, as Apple considers physical discs as archaic and the Blu-ray format is, unfortunately, tied to them. In fact, by default, Blu-ray discs cannot be played on macOS. That is why users need to download and install Mac Blu-ray software to be able to play discs of this format.
Unfortunately, while surfing the Internet one can find many apps claiming to support Blu-ray with excellently written texts and in reality, only a few of them are able to do that. Namely, these apps are presented in our article so you can save your time investigating this topic.