Macgo Mac Blu-ray Player

Macgo Mac Blu-ray Player 2.17

It provides you with a convenient playback experience for your media files.
4.7  (41 votes)
2.17.4 (See all)

Macgo Mac Blu-ray Player provides you with a convenient playback experience for your media files. The array of supported formats is extensive, yet not limited only to common file types. Therefore, what differentiates this program from ordinary media players is the support for high definition videos, allowing you to enjoy a seamless cinema-like viewing experience.

The application comes with an attractive, uncluttered, and intuitive interface that can be managed with ease by any user. With this utility, you have the ability to play movies and songs located on a computer or directly from DVD and Blu-ray discs. Right-clicking on the playlist opens up the context menu, so you can control from here the playback of the media files loaded on the program. Thus, you can adjust the volume, jump to the next or to the previous file, and stop or resume the video stream. All these functions can be enabled more easily by using the already-configured short-keys. The Preferences menu allows you to adjust the playback of media files according to your needs - namely, you can play your favorite movies in full screen, enable the deinterlace mode, adjust the aspect ratio, take snapshots, and make sensitive image adjustments in terms of brightness, saturation, contrast, gamma, and hue. The tool supports adding external subtitles - for a perfect watching experience, you can customize the style, the color, the size, and the alignment of fonts.

To sum up, Macgo Mac Blu-ray Player offers a simple and efficient way to play your favorite media files in a customizable environment that meets the most exigent needs.

Ioana Dumitrescu
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Review summary

Pros

  • Plays Blu-ray discs directly
  • Plays back HD-quality videos
  • Supports adding external subtitles
  • Supports hardware acceleration
  • Offers a cinema-like viewing experience

Cons

  • No sound equalizer
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