Macgo Mac Blu-ray Player has added itself Auto Play function, which means when you insert a disc into your Blu-ray drive, the player will automatically start and play. In order to make this whole process smoother, you'd better set Mac Blu-ray Player as default player on your Mac. Now I'll tell you how to do it.
Preparations you need to do:
Once the setup is complete, VLC will launch for the first time on your Mac. How to Make VLC as Default Player on Mac. Instead of going through the hassle of choosing the VLC player every time you try to open a video, it is better than making the VLC media player your default media player. Steps on how to make VLC as the default player. After you set Macgo Mac Blu-ray Player as your default player, you also need to enable Auto Play function to freely enjoy Blu-ray this player. Open 'Preferences' under 'Mac Blu-ray Player'.Open 'Playback' and tick under 'Auto play when you insert a disc', and then click 'OK'.
Free trial version of this powerful Blu-ray Player is now available on Macgo Official Download Center, or you can click here to download Mac Blu-ray Player, and then drag its icon to your Application folder.
After installing Mac Blu-ray Player, you can go to 'Launchpad' and click on its icon to launch the program. The simplified main interface will reduce certain misoperations. You can see a menu at the top of the interface. Click 'Check File Associations' under 'Tools'.
Then it will come up with a pop up window. You can choose some media formats which you want to play with Macgo Blu-ray player, then click 'Make Mac Blu-ray player my default player'.
Click 'OK' to continue. Then Macgo Mac Blu-ray Player will be your default player.
After you set Macgo Mac Blu-ray Player as your default player, you also need to enable Auto Play function to freely enjoy Blu-ray this player.
Open 'Preferences' under 'Mac Blu-ray Player'.Open 'Playback' and tick under 'Auto play when you insert a disc', and then click 'OK'.
Insert a Blu-ray disc into the drive and wait for the program automatically start and display the Blu-ray Menu. You can make some adjustments there or directly click 'Play Movie' to enjoy some Blu-ray time.NOTE If the Blu-ray playback is unsuccessful, here are some tips for you.
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Windows Media Player is available for Windows-based devices. Use this table to find the right version of the Player for your system. (If you've got a Mac, you can download Windows Media Components for QuickTime to play Windows Media files.)
How to get it
Windows Media Player 12
Included in clean installs of Windows 10 as well as upgrades to Windows 10 from Windows 8.1 or Windows 7. In some editions of Windows 10, it's included as an optional feature that you can enable. To do that, select the Start button, then select Settings > Apps > Apps & features > Manage optional features > Add a feature > Windows Media Player, and select Install.
DVD playback isn't included. Go to the DVD playback for Windows page to find out how to add DVD playback to Windows 10.
Windows Media Player 12
Included in Windows 8.1 and Windows 8.1 Pro, but doesn't include DVD playback. Go to the DVD playback for Windows page to find out how to add DVD playback to Windows 8.1. For Windows Media Player 12 for Windows 8.1 N and KN editions, get the Media Feature Pack.
Windows RT 8.1
Windows Media Player isn't available for Windows RT 8.1.
Windows Media Player 12
Included in Windows 7 Starter, Home Premium, Professional, Ultimate, and Enterprise editions. For Windows 7 N or KN editions, get the Media Feature Pack.
Mac OS X
Windows Media Components for QuickTime
If you want to reinstall Windows Media Player, try the following:
Click the Start button, type features, and select Turn Windows features on or off.
Scroll down and expand Media Features, clear the Windows Media Player check box, and click OK.
Restart your device. Windows Media Player should be uninstalled.
Repeat step 1.
Scroll down and expand Media Features, select the Windows Media Player check box, and click OK.
Restart your device. Windows Media player should now be reinstalled.
Note: To troubleshoot issues like playback and codec problems, see the 'Get help' section in Windows Media Player.