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I don't care if there is a Bluray drive built in or not. I have an external one that didn't cost a fortune. What I would like is for Apple or some third party to release some proper software support for Bluray films, in particular those that have some form of protection included in them.

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You can use VLC (one of the best open-source media players available) on your Mac. Here is a link to what you need to get it to play commercial (encrypted) BD discs: http://vlc-bluray.whoknowsmy.name/

Do bear in mind that you may need to update the keys file from time to time since BluRay will change them occasionally.

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VLC is already installed in my computer for common playback. But it can't play my Discs bought from Amazon. So any other choice?

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Did you follow the instructions in the link I provided? You may have to reboot after you install the library and key file.

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I'm also a frequent Macgo Blu-ray player user. Though I have to pay for it, luckily just once, I can update almost every week to play the new release.

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