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    Originally Posted by CSULB71 View Post
    I know this discussion is about free software to play Blu-Ray discs on a PC, but since it is apparently so difficult to find a software that will work satisfactorily on most people's PC, or pay up to $100 for something like Total Media Player, why not just buy a "cheap" Blu-Ray player and connect it to the HD monitor (or HDTV if used as the monitor) and avoid all the hassle?
    Blu-Ray players are only a good choice for use with a TV. Unlike TVs, most monitors do not have built-in speakers or headphone jacks, or digital audio out. Also unlike TVs, most monitors depend on a video card to process video for them so it matches their actual resolution and has a frame rate of 60 Hz.
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  2. hi try ideer they seem good its also cheaper and if you have both mac and pc can get both software for only $60. yes as said vlc works but you have to add the accs file and libery file.
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  3. Originally Posted by Constant Gardener View Post
    PowerDVD 8 keeps insisting that I have to upgrade, yet it works. This is as "free" as I could get. I've only got a handful of Blu-Ray discs and have no incentive to buy special software for them.
    Yes, I'm quoting an old post.

    You can disable the update nag in PowerDVD 7 & 8. Look here:

    https://forum.slysoft.com/showthread.php?31495-How-do-you-prevent-PowerDVD-%287-and-8%...277#post260277

    Versions 7 and 8 are the last ones that were okay, IMO. Lots of people got an install disc bundled with their BD drives. If you have a copy and a driver-level decrypter (AnyDVDHD or DVDFabPasskey), or you just want to use it to play your BD rips (as I do), you'd be in business.

    I went back to PowerDVD 8 because the Digital Theater portion (basically an older version of TMT) of TME simply refused to install on my newest computer build with Win7 64-bit.

    Never update PowerDVD. You'll be sorry...
    Pull! Bang! Darn!
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