[prMac.com] Bamberg, Germany – Aurora is proud to announce Aurora Blu-ray Player for Mac. Some Blu-ray DVD fans may have encountered the situation not being able to play Blu-ray movie disc due to the region code restrictions. As with the implementation of region codes for DVDs, Blu-ray Disc players sold in a specific geographical region. Although some current estimates suggest 70% of available Blu-ray Discs from the major studios are region-code-free, you may still have to bear the restrictions in some specific area.
In the era of standard definition, different discs were applied for NTSC and PAL region but this has nothing to do with high definition movies now. TV sets around the world do NOT differ intrinsically in their high definition capabilities (and BD playback in particular). This is intended to permit content providers (motion picture studios, etc.) to do effective price differentiation between regions.
While this may be good for the studios and their business, it is really a pain for the end-users on account of some reasons: Some high quality Blu-ray discs are only available in a single area. For example, if you are live in the North America (region A) and you received Blu-ray disc coded in region B (Europe) from your friends. you might not enjoy the Blu-ray very easily. Luckily some studios are good enough to release their discs as region-free, but most movie companies release region-locked discs only, or mixed ones.
This annoying situation for DVD movies was finally solved with multi-region players, which allows you to define your DVD drive region code by yourself(often up to 5 changes) like Apple DVD player, etc. So what can you do to deal with the case of BDs?
Region free Blu-ray Player Software for Mac Mountain Lion(10.8, 10.7, 10.6)
In Mac systems, the only way to enjoy Blu-ray is with external Blu-ray drive and a third party Blu-ray Player software. As for our topic, we need a region free Blu-ray Player for Mac. For DVDs, the player software products typically allow for up to 5 changes in their settings menus before finalizing the region code. For Blu-rays, now we recommend a completely region free one for you – Aurora Blu-ray Player. That means your Blu-ray region code restrictions can be removed directly without any extra operations.
For Windows system, you may buy two (or even three like PowerDVD, TotalMedia, WinDVD) different BD playing packages and have one set for region A and another for region B (or region C, if you so desire) as there is no multi-region Blu-ray software availabel on Windows now. But Mac users don’t need worry about this, because the Aurora Blu-ray Player can ignore the Region Code restrictions and playback Blu-ray movie disc directly.
Aurora Blu-ray Player is powerful and useful Blu-ray player software for any Mac users. It offers the best support for any types of Blu-ray discs on Mac OS 10.8, 10.7, 10.6. No matter what kinds of Blu-ray drive you are using, you are free from the annoying region restrictions. The tool is an all-in-one Blu-ray media player which allows Mac users to enjoy Blu-ray disc, ISO, folder on Mac without any difficulty. What’s more, you can also enjoy DVD disc with any region(up to 5 changes), DVD ISO, DVD folder, Video CD, HD movies, video, audio, etc.Aurora Software Inc
Aurora Blu-ray Player for Mac
Aurora Inc was established in 2011, whose target is to create the most fluent and stable Blu-ray player software in the world. Our star product, Aurora Blu-ray Player for Mac, can not only be a default player software for Mac, but also bring your high-end enjoyment like the Home Theater. Copyright (C) 2011-2012 Aurora Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Mac OS X platforms are trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.
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