Blu-ray player software makes it possible to play Blu-ray discs and other formats on the computer, Windows-based or Mac. But some old models of Mac computers with lower configuration still can’t play Blu-ray or can’t play it smoothly. The birth of BluFast MX, new hardware acceleration technology, helps users solve this problem. This technology can accelerate blu-ray playback and make lower-end models be able to play Blu-ray.
BluFast MX is a a new hardware acceleration technology designed to accelerate Blu-ray playback. It can cut the utilization of CPU and reduce energy consumption of Macs, especially MacBook during Blu-ray playback. Mac computers can run more processes at the same time when playing a Blu-ray disc or movie, which makes Blu-ray playback much smoother, even on Mac OS 10.9.
How to use hardware acceleration?
Step 1 Free download iDeer Blu-ray Player if you do not have one.
Step 2 Launch the program and insert a Blu-ray disc or DVD, the Player will automatically load Blu-ray information and play it. If you want to play any video format from computer hard drive, you can click Open File... Option or press Ctrl+ O to open the file.
Step 3 Click Preferences under iDeer Blu-ray Player.
Step 4 Select Video tab, and Enable Hardware Acceleration. BluFast MX will be active to help you accelerate blu-ray playback. Uncheck the option you can stop Hardware Acceleration.
If you want to check the CPU usage status, you can open up Activity Monitor to read the data. By enabling and disabling Hardware Acceleration-BluFast MX, you can see the changes obviously. Most video and audio formats are supported. BluFast MX helps you accelerate Blu-ray, DVD, MKV, MP4, MP3, etc formats playback on Mac. Enable it and enjoy smooth movie playback NOW! Learn more about BluFast MX, please refer to: Hardware Acceleration Added to Accelerate Blu-ray Playback on Mac.