Apple has shied away from supporting Blu-ray playback in OS X, but there is a new media player available that allows for native Blu-ray playback. For MacBook Air users and also Blu-ray fans, we will introduce how to play Blu-ray on 13-inch MacBook Air with MacBook Air Blu-ray Player to enjoy some high-definition Blu-ray entertainment.
Preparations you need to do:
Free trial version of Macgo Mac Blu-ray Player Pro is now available on Macgo Download Center. You can also click here to download Mac El Capitan Blu-ray Player Pro, and then drag its icon to your Application folder.
After installing Mac El Capitan Blu-ray Player Pro, you can go to "Launchpad" and click Mac Blu-ray Player Pro.
a. Play a Blu-ray File
Click "Play" button and Select a Blu-ray file
If you want to play a Blu-ray file, just click on "Open File" on the main interface and choose the Blu-ray video you would like to watch from local media files, then click "Open".
Wait for a few seconds till the menu appears. Now you can choose where you want to start watch the movie in the full featured Blu-ray menu, you can choose which language you want to hear in "Audio" and what kind of language you want to see in "Subtitle", then you can directly press "Play Movie" and "Return" key to enjoy some Blu-ray time.
b. Play a Blu-ray Disc
Connect the Blu-ray drive with your Mac via USB cable.
Insert the Blu-ray disc you want to watch in the drive.
Launch the software and it will automatically load and play the disc.
You may have to wait for a few seconds before the Blu-ray menu appears as there may be some trailers before the menu comes up.