Blu-ray Folder contains the whole contents of a Blu-ray disc, with 2 separate folders: BDMV and CERTIFICATE folders.The BDMV folder contains information about Blu-ray movie contents, but it has too many subfolders and files. To play a Blu-ray folder, you will need to choose the Blu-ray first-level directory, that is to say, choose the folder as a whole. Here are 3 best ways for users to play Blu-ray folder on Mac.
Blu-ray is a patented technology with copyrighted protection, so is a Blu-ray folder. You will need authorized media player with appropriate license to play this format. iDeer Blu-ray Player is a piece of professional Blu-ray player software officially authorized by BDA(Blu-ray Disc Association). It support all Blu-ray forms, such as disc, folder and ISO files, and delivers high-quality picture and sound.
Three Best Ways to Play Blu-ray Folder (BDMV&CERTIFICATE ) On Mac
Option 1 Drag the whole folder to Blu-ray player software interface or screen. Then you will see the navigation panel. You can click play movie option to play the movie directly, or select a chapter or title to play.
Option 2 Open Blu-ray Folder directly.
If you want to play a Blu-ray folder movie, please pay attention to not selecting any BDMV OR stream file. Or you will just get a video with one audio without Blu-ray navigation panel and subtitle. Blu-ray Player software can help user play a Blu-ray folder as a disc file.
Open iDeer Blu-ray Player and select Open Disc or press Ctrl + D.
When Open Disc box pops up, select Open Folder and choose the Blu-ray first-level directory instead of BDMV or CERTIFICATE.
Then you will see the navigation panel. You can click play movie option to play the movie directly, or select a chapter or title to play.
Option 3 Play one m2ts file instead of the Blu-ray folder.
If you don’t have Blu-ray player software, and just want to see the video, you can use regular media player to play a m2ts file. Open BDMV/STREAM, you can see lots of m2ts files. M2TS file is the Blu-ray Disc Audio-Video (BDAV) MPEG-2 Transport Stream (M2TS) container file format, which can be played with ALLPlayer, MPlayer, VLC, PotPlayer and other media players, depending on used compression formats in a M2TS file. Some players will need an appropriate codec, component or plugin installed.
There are too many m2ts files in a Blu-ray folder. It will not be easy to select a proper file. We suggest you play Blu-ray folders with Blu-ray Player software. If you want to play Blu-ray folder on PC, please refer to: How to Play Blu-ray Folder on PC