Aiseesoft Blu-ray Player 6.1.3 estaba como Giveaway el día n 8 de junio de 2013
Aiseesoft Blu-ray Player ofrece a los usuarios una solución profesional para disfrutar de las películas Blu-ray en casa con el computador. Este sorprendente reproductor es capaz de reproducir cualquier película en Blu-ray, carpeta de Blu-ray y el archivo de imagen ISO. Los usuarios pueden disfrutar del vídeo de 1080p y un gran efecto de audio con DTS-HD Master Audio y Dolby TrueHD.
Además, este reproductor de Blu-ray puede reproducir archivos de vídeo populares (incluyendo videos de alta definición), como MTS, M2TS, MXF, TS, TRP, MKV, MPEG, FLV, WMV, MP4, MOV, AVI, etc formatos. La interfaz es muy fácil de usar y los codecs podían llevar a los usuarios ver películas increíble experiencia.
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hmmmm...no comments yet...but 72% THUMBS UP in a few seconds ==> OLE', multiproxies uber alles!!
What if I told you that DAP PLAYER does the same for FREE?
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Blu-Ray discs use a slightly different format [e.g. UDF 2.5] so Windows needs to be able to read that format -- that's only an issue in XP, where Aiseesoft Blu-Ray apps will add a hacked Toshiba driver. You do need a Blu-Ray drive to read actual BD discs, though Blu-Ray on DVD [which is spec] will work with regular DVD drives as long as Windows reads the Blu-Ray UDF format.
Retail Blu-Ray discs have loads of DRM, with menus etc. programmed using Java -- to play it completely, i.e. all features, you'll have to buy a player [unless one came with your Blu-Ray drive] because the developers that make these players have to pay licensing fees. If or as possible try before you buy because performance & features vary, sometimes quite a lot. Many will not play Blu-Ray in folders on your hard drive.
Many claim that a fair number of existing media players will play Blu-Ray, but playback is actually more at a beta level -- expect glitches from time to time. And as above don't expect them to fully play anything but the movie. Also, some retail Blu-Ray discs use VC1 video rather than the more common AVC/H.264 -- not every media player will handle that. And finally do not expect something like VLC to do anything about a Blu-Ray disc's DRM.
Aiseesoft's Blu-Ray Player basically works like their Blu-Ray copy &/or ripping apps to by-pass a retail disc's DRM. Like the free players others have mentioned, the Aiseesoft Blu-Ray Player [& similar players from other companies] does not play all features. For Blu-Ray discs it's IMHO heads & shoulders above something like VLC, but compared to other commercial [i.e. not free] players it comes down to price & how much you want to play a disc's features beyond the movie itself. Today obviously cost is not a problem.
When it comes to the actual quality of playback, AFAIK the only free players with much of anything in the way of enhancements are MPC-HC [ http://www.videohelp.com/tools/Media-Player-Classic-Home-Cinema ] & MPC-BE [ http://www.videohelp.com/tools/MPC-BE ] -- otherwise if that's what you're after you'll have to get something like PowerDVD, & unless you spot it on sale, the versions that'll handle Blu-Ray can be a bit expensive. If you want or need those enhancements, which may help a lot on some systems, I *think* the most common route is to copy the video from a Blu-Ray disc unaltered into a MKV container file, then use one of those 2 players, but it's not something I do or have tried so research 1st at sites like videohelp.com . [If it's legal where you live, & if you're going to copy a Blu-Ray disc you own to your HDD to bypass DRM, writing the copy as a MKV file simply saves some hassles.]
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contrast, brightness, zoom, rotate, fast backward/forward, sound booster, etc.
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better and free
GOM Player http://player.gomlab.com/eng/
KM Player http://www.kmpmedia.net/
of course the latest Windows Media Player, plays BD without a problem as well
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I downloaded, installed, and played commercial "A Christmas Carol" Blu-ray Disc (BD), and I completely disagree with Giovanni.
Aiseesoft Blu-ray Player 6.1.3 smoothly plays this disc "with menu" whereas DAPlayer ends up giving 400 error. I have observed this problem with DAP several times before, and the problem still continues (their customer service also said sorry to me). My conclusion is that DAPlayer cannot play a purchased disc (it may play pirated BDs but I don't know).
Naturally, this GAOTD gets a thumbs up from me. Very nice interface, apparently faster than my Roxio CinePlayer (came with the system) but I don't like that they advertise when you start this player although you got a license, else they would get two thumbs up from me.
P.S. I would strongly suggest Giovanni to comment after testing since many of his recommendations just FAIL. He is a good contributor but he should not just google, and suggest something randomly.
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