Aurora Blu-ray Media Player is a quality Blu-ray media player for Windows. It was specially designed for PC users to enjoy protected and unprotected Blu-ray movies on their computer. Aurora Blu-ray Media Player is a multi-functional tool, that can play Blu-ray movie discs, and Blu-ray ISO image files. It can also be used as a DVD player, media player, audio player and photo viewer.
It comfortably supports various media formats such as Blu-ray, DVD movie, Video CD, HD media, 1080P media, RMVB, MKV, MOV, AVI, FLV, MP3, WMA, and AAC. Aurora Blu-ray Media Player gives you free control over your playback options, and has been designed to play both protected discs and unprotected ones.
Key features include:
- Video and audio playback.
- View photos in slideshow.
- Play Blu-ray discs and image files.
- Subtitle Support.
- Social media sharing support.
- Supports DTS HD 7.1, AC3/DTS 5.1.
- Free media player.
The Blu-ray player software allows users to de-interlace the interlaced movies to get a better visual quality. Because using the function will need extra CPU consumption, you can just check the auto de-interlace option in the Preference panel to get the appropriate de-interlacing level according to your system configuration. PC users can enjoy the high quality Blu-ray experience brought by multiple audio track output. Aurora Blu-ray Media Player supports DTS HD, and AC3/DTS 5.1 audio.
Aurora Blu-ray Media Player includes a bunch of options to include subtitles and play videos and music in different languages. It even supports social media sharing options so you can share your reviews with friends on Facebook or Twitter while you watch.
Overall, Aurora Blu-ray Media Player is a highly capable media player. The configuration settings are pretty good with options to allow you to play any title/chapter, adjust the playback screen size, and you can also customize your own style preferences, such as choosing the language etc.
We don't have any change log information yet for version 2.19.4 of Aurora Blu-ray Media Player. Sometimes publishers take a little while to make this information available, so please check back in a few days to see if it has been updated.
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