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Blu-Ray Player Software for Mac

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Hi, i’ve just copied a Blu-Ray Disc via a TOPELEK External Bluray Drive, onto my MacBook Pro Apple MacBook Pro with Retina Display (Mid 2015) (macOS Catalina 10.15.3) and i’ve attempted to play this on the following software:

VLC Version: 3.0.4 (without success) by dropping the folder. I got info for my particular Blu-ray Disc file: AACS | BDMV (40.05 GB) Get Info Kind: AVCHD Collection.

So can you please advise me what would be the best option as regards trying to play this Blu-Ray ffolder & fiiles on my MacBoook Pro or Mac Pro (Late 2013) is there a Blu-Ray Player software application you can recommend that can play copied Region A and B Blu-ray Discs as free software download or purchased through a retail outlet. (Amazon etc)

Kind Regards
 
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Welcome to the forum.

Copying a commercial DVD of any kind is against the law in the US, where this site is located. I suspect the MODS will be along shortly to ask if the disk in question is a commercial DVD.
 

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We can not help you with your Blue Ray problem. Blue Ray discs are copy protected and while we understand that making a copy of the disc you own as a backup may be considered okay, it's still against the law to do it here in the US.

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