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How to Play Blu-ray Disc Without Internet Connection

When users play Blu-ray offline, most of them may have problems in playing it successfully, coming with a pop up "could not be verified". And then it is not possible to start the film. What does this error mean? Is it possible to play Blu-ray offline? You can read below.

Why Does Blu-ray Player Software Need Internet On During Blu-ray Playback?

Blu-ray is a protected video format with region codes, layers of digital rights management, including AACS, and BD+, etc. to avoid being faked, copied, or retroactively applied to an unprotected medium. Cinavia Protection is also used in some Blu-ray movies to limit unauthorized uses on devices. If you want to play a Blu-ray disc on the computer, the Blu-ray player software will need to get keys or decrpting files, which need to be obtained from server online, for Blu-ray playback.

iDeer Blu-ray Player also needs to access into Internet during Blu-ray disc decryption. This method is the best way to help all users save decrypting time and optimize our service.

1. When you first play a commercial Blu-ray movie disc, the disc need decrypting process.

2. Clients that are not updated fail to open discs will be wiped off. Keep Internet on makes it possible to open new discs without being updated sometimes.

3. Protection of Blu-ray discs is getting more and more complicated. The developer will update Blu-ray protection to avoid being decrypted by pirates. Internet connection is an effective way to deal with new protection.

4. Decryption data in iDeer Blu-ray Player may be covered, so Internet connection will be needed for some discs. A chart with BD+ generations and the conditions will be published when an Internet connection is needed.

In view of the above, Internet connection need to be on for better and smooth video effect.

How to play Blu-ray disc without Internet connection?

If you want to play Blu-ray offline using iDeer Blu-ray Player, here is a solution, but it may need some workarounds. One Blu-ray disc needs only one decrypting process. Once you played a Blu-ray disc, the same disc will not need to process decryption again. Any question, you can enter How to use page to get more tutorials.

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