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Blu-ray Player Software

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I'm looking for recommendations for software for a media player that supports playing blu-ray. I've tried Powerdvd and Corel WinDvd, but everything that I've tried just feels incomplete when comparing features of different software. Lately, I've been thinking of purchasing Plex due to it's multi-platform support and Chromecast support. But, I would rather here other options and opinions before committing to a purchase.  Thanks in advanced for the advise.

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PowerDVD is about the best one,

 

I would just rip them onto your HDD though


Compatible with Windows 95

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I use Daum Pot player. It's the best I've even seen with the KM player. They both have lots of options to customize & plays everything including blu rays of course. They both are free. Here's link:

http://potplayer.daum.net/


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I'm looking for recommendations for software for a media player that supports playing blu-ray. I've tried Powerdvd and Corel WinDvd, but everything that I've tried just feels incomplete when comparing features of different software. Lately, I've been thinking of purchasing Plex due to it's multi-platform support and Chromecast support. But, I would rather here other options and opinions before committing to a purchase.  Thanks in advanced for the advise.

Welcome to Linus Tech Tips!

 

Before trying a plethora of different players, try VLC. It's the benchmark of players and I haven't come across one form of media that it can't play.


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believe me, POT player is best!


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