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Blurays viewable on a MacBook Pro?


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I was going to purchase a Buffalo Mediastation bluray external drive and read that one can't view the movies on a Mac. If you can't view a bluray movie on the Mac how would or could you rip a movie to your hard drive to use it on a media server?
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There are several Blu-ray players for OS X now.

DVDFab
Mac Blu-ray Player
Aurora

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