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Play MKV on Mac with Mac Blu-ray Player

How to play MKV on Mac? Is there a free MKV player on Mac?

MKV is no doubt a bellwether in the High-Definition world. It is famous for its fantastic quality and high-capacity. It is an urgent demand for Mac users to play MKV movies on their Mac system.

Surely we need a media player to help us. Among all the tools available, Mac Blu-ray Player is an outstanding one. It has received great fame and praise since its release. It can be used as a Free MKV Player, which is fully compatible with all Mac OS. It is a handy app with beautiful interface and layout. With high MKV decryption capacity, Mac Blu-ray Player can provide remarkable MKV entertainment..

Step1: Free download Mac Blu-ray Player, install and run it.

Step2: Registration

When you open Mac Blu-ray Player, the registration dialogue will pop up. You can buy a registration code on line right away. Or you can click the “Continue” button and the dialogue will disappear for this time. You can play MKV for free.

Step3: Open File(s) and play.

If you want to play MKV files, you can click “Open File” button, then choose the MKV file(s) to start.

Step 4: Settings.

There are some additional functions you may come across when you use.

1. Adjustments.

You can do some adjustments, including hue, contrast, brightness, saturation and gamma. Just click the “reset” button when you need to erase the setting. If you want to keep the settings, just go to the left bottom and check the “Always apply the same settings”.

2. Snapshot.

You may need to take a snapshot when the video is playing. There are two ways for you to do this. You can either choose the “Snapshot” in “Tools” or go by shortcut keys--Ctrl+Alt+S.

3. Screen Size

You can adjust the screen size by shortcut keys or going to the tool bar options.
Half size: Command+1
Normal size: Command+2
Double size: Command+3
Fit to the screen: Command+4

4. Aspect Ratio

The aspect ratio can be adjusted to your needs. Find it in “Video” on the tool bar.

There are more functions to be found. Just download and experience it all by yourself.
Noteļ¼šOther media formats supported here: Blu-ray, DVD, Video CD, MOV, FLV, AVI, WMV, MPEG, RMVB, MP4, MP3, WMA, AAC, AC3, etc.

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  • Mac's won't recognize Blu-ray devices because Apple chose not to support them in OS X. That's no longer the case thanks to Mac Blu-ray Player. - Softonic Editor

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